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Thursday, 7 May 2009

G is for.................

Well here we go again, another week, and we are now on G. My G this week, is a Gold, Gatefold Gothic arch, featuring a Giraffe and Gem brads!






























This week Lesley has made a lovely nature ATC featuring a Goose, a Greater spotted woodpecker and Green Grass!





And Fifi has made a beautiful tag featuring Goldfish, Gilding and Gems!

16 comments:

  1. Gee Linda thats gorgeous and so is Lesley's and Fifi's. My G will be with you tomorrow!x

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  2. You can find the next inchie in my Alphabet series here.Fab work girls xx

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  3. Gorgeous entries have put my garden tag on my blog xx

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  4. Wonderful examples by you all... I especially love your Gothic Arch Linda! Here's my G:
    my blog

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  5. Great G's everyone, Linda, with all that gold your card looks very opulant and grand...so that's another G for you! I've tried to keep my pink to the claret end of the spectrum this week! You can see my G for gorjuss girl "here"

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  6. lovely work ladies
    mine is on my blog

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  7. Gorgeous designs from the DT love your Arch Linda very expensive looking. My G is here.

    http://mycraftingchaos.blogspot.com/

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  8. I promised i would be back and here i am with my entry - you'll find it on my blog

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  9. Gold! so thats what G stands for. My very silly G is here

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  10. Ooo lovely creations Team. :-) Now I've done mine I've thought of all sorts more!!

    Mine is HereThanks for looking.

    Have a lovely weekend. Gez.xx

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  11. My G is for glossy accents - the card is here

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  12. My g is on my blog, off to have a look at your blogs now.

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  13. just found that my link is not working - if you are interested please just click on my name. think I have a gremlin (its called Vista) :-(

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  14. I am a bit late but I have snuck it in anyways!

    http://craftblog.craftybutterfly.co.uk/2009/05/doctor-lofty.html

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