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Pink Petticoat Pom Pom Tree


Well, I've finally got 'round to finishing the card I was talking about yesterday. Liz at Pink Petticoat has a blog competition to make a card using the new Tree designs so here's my attempt. It didn't specify to use PP papers so I decided on this one from Blonde Moments because of the link with the hearts on the paper and the tree. It's very simple but I don't like my cards too cluttered!


Absolutely exhausted today - those little tinkers didn't stop talking until three in the morning (eek!) and I had to get up at 7.00 am, needless to say, the bags under my eyes are down to my knees! The good news is, they both passed their gradings at Tae Kwon-do. Sam who is five, got his yellow belt and a badge for "outstanding kick/punch" and Lewis, who will be ten tomorrow, passed his yellow stripe with credit. I was so proud of them because they were both really focused and worked extremely hard. Hope to have a photo of them to load later in the week, all being well.

Comments

Terrie B x said…
loely card,the papers go really well with this<:)
Jose said…
love the match of the hearts on the tree and paper
lola rose said…
Gorgeous! Love your colour palette and glittery tree. I love glitter for Christmas : )
Thank you for entering : )
Liz
xx

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