19 May 2017

ShowCASe #327 - Yellow and Grey

Hi there LIMettes, it's time for our weekly ShowCASe post!

It's a pretty tough task selecting our favourites but we do love seeing all your stunning takes on the challenge in our gallery each week, and the colours of the last challenge made a really beautiful gallery,

So here goes with our choices, in order of entry for

What better than a rat with attitude?  We absolutely loved the humour of Maaike's creation 
and the mix of techniques - digital sentiment, stamped image and fabulous freehand cheese!

We adored Michelle's use of this beautiful stamp set.  The white embossed flowers 
with the two tones of yellow and grey accents is just stunning.

Claire also used two tones of yellow on this super classy design.  The superb 
placement of the crisp stamping together with the stitched border make this so stylish.

Congratulations ladies and please help yourself to a ShowCASe badge from the page at the top of the blog with our thanks. We hope you'll display it proudly on your individual blogs.

We're sure you'll agree these are a wonderful trio and worthy of our ShowCASe badge this week. Do pop along and congratulate them on their win.

We'll also be showCASing their cards on our Facebook page so why not hop on over and give us a 'thumbs up'! Here's the link you need to take you there.

As always there's still time to enter our current challenge which ends at 10pm BST this evening before we announce the new one at 8am BST tomorrow morning.


  1. So happy to get in the top 3 pick thank you! And such talented company I'm with..fab cards Michelle and Maaike!

  2. Congratulations, three beautiful cards from Maaike, Michelle and Claire. x

  3. Splendid showCASe peeps, all very different and very deserving


  4. congrats ladies and yay me ;-)

  5. Thank you for show casing my card. Congrats to Maaike and Claire! So much talent here!



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