Samstag, 6. Februar 2010

PB Challenge #87

Guten morgen,

heute haben wir beim
ein neues Thema
und zwar

Das hier ist meine Karte dazu:


Riet hat gesagt…

What a beautiful card Dominique,i love your image and papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

Anonym hat gesagt…

Really sweet card Domi :)

Pauline C hat gesagt…

This is so cute Domi - love that adorable kitty and think I must get it now it is coming out a s a new slapstick stamp :-) hope you're enjoying the weekend
pauline x

Madlinka hat gesagt…

So baeuty card!
Achhhhhhhh this stap are so cute!
Greetings and hugs from Poland

Sue hat gesagt…

Domi, your card is stunning. The pastel colors and papers you used are wonderful. Such a beautiful creation, love it.

Anonym hat gesagt…

Lovely card Domi ;0)

Janneke X

Kath hat gesagt…

this is so adorable the soft colours and your beautiful kitty...have a great weekend..big hugs kath xxxx

Anonym hat gesagt…

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Amelia Breytenbach hat gesagt…

Stunning card, Domi - everything, colours, papers, just match perfectly.

Anonym hat gesagt…


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