Sunday, 2 September 2007

DCM- Three Die Cuts

Here's this weeks DCM dare.....So... a trio of Welsh Barbers means that on your card you need to have 3 die cuts!( Dai is a common Welsh nickname for David and as there are a lot of Dai's around they are known by their jobs so a Welsh barber would be known as Dai Cuts. I'll get my coat.) Nice and easy, it still took ages to get it any good though, my mind was blank today. Anyway here it is, I've used; 1. A scalloped frame (Sizzix) 2. Cuttlebug lettering 3. Sizzix Daisy.

20 comments:

Kathy said...

Oh Lou, I LOVE your framed flower - what a fabby idea

Anne said...

Very pretty, love the framed flower and all the ribbon detail you added.

Juliet said...

Beautiful card Lou, love the ribbon detail and the delicate colour scheme.

bubblegum said...

Very pretty card Lou - well done.

Debbie x

Paula said...

Very beautiful, I adore that paper got two pads so I wouldn't run out too fast!!

Lynne said...

Oh Lou your card is amazing. There is so much detail on it, I love everything about it.

Thanks for joining in the fun this week.

Samm said...

Stunning again Lou!!! so gorgeous!

Samm
x

Deb said...

This card is stunning, love what you did with the ribbon and beads!

Andrea said...

Very pretty card

Patsy Jackson said...

Gorgeous Lou - very pretty colours. Love your beer can card too - stroke of genius!!!

Patsy x

Marlou said...

love this Louly!! tryin to catch up with everyone, love Marlou xxx

Sadie B said...

This is lovely Louly. I have that paper, you have used it really well.
I love those letters

Helen & Co. said...

Utterly gorgeous as usual!!!

Gillian :O) said...

Oh this is SWEET!!!!!!!
Beautiful, Beautiful work Louise!

Craft Fairy said...

You make the most beautiful cards.

Karen said...

That's beautiful Lou! I wish I had your enormous pool of ideas!

EllePiggo said...

Stunning!!!
Vanessa.:)

Ruthie said...

Just gorgeous!

Emilia said...

OK, you picked the cutiest die cuts! I love the framed flower! Lovely!

Anice said...

Absolutely delightful! Thanks for sharing it.