14 July 2017

ShowCASe #335 - Country Flag Colours

Hi there LIMettes it's time for our weekly ShowCASe post and it's never an easy job to select our favourites but we love to see all of your cards in our gallery. They inspire us every week and we hope you agree with our ShowCASe choices below!

So here goes, in order of entry for 

#16 Ann

The gallery was packed with red, white and blue cards in the main so
here Ann has used her native Australian flag colours to create this stunning
masculine card. The colour combo works perfectly with a nautical theme
and this one used loads of dies and wonderful eye-catching detail.

#68 Toni

Another red, white and blue example and this one really brought a grin
and smile to our faces. What a fun little scene as under normal circumstances
the bulldog would be the scary looking animal! Superb CAS layout with lots of fun.

#71 Pia

A spectacular clean and simple design here yet so many elegant details.
Stunning visual impact and the use of the globe, bon voyage and plane images
just add to the whole 'country flag' theme. 

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 bunch and worthy of our ShowCASe badge. Do pop along and congratulate them on their win if you have a minute.

We'll also be showCASing all of our winners' 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 is running for 2-weeks and is a joint collaboration between AAA Cards and Less is More. You must enter at both challenges to be in with the chance of the prize to be announced on Friday, 28th July.

The challenge ends on Friday, 21st July at 10pm BST so still plenty of time to join us.



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