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Roses are red........

The PTW challenge this week is:

"....to use red on your card! Any shade or shades of red that you like from bright pillar box to deep burgandy!! Come on everyone, let's paint the town RED!!..."

So here's my contribution using a Penny Black stamp coloured with Brushables, Pink Petticoat papers in Poppy, Dovecraft ribbon and a brad from my craftbox. The sentiment is part of a Penny Black stamp as well. The inside of the card has the other part of the sentiment in it which is "It's Your Birthday!".


Keeping a close eye on the counter now as I'm one off from 2000 and will be offering some blog candy. Watch this space!!

Comments

Stempelchaotin said…
Oh what for a funny stamp. Fantastic card. Gorgeous.
steph said…
Great card! You have done a fantastic job, colouring that image! It looks great! Thanks for joining in again on PTW! X
Andrea, said…
Fabulous card, that stamp is so cute
Debbie said…
What a great card ... love it ... that stamp is soooooo cute ... just been having a quick read through your blog ... love your cards so will have to come back later (bored lunch break now!) and have a proper look :-))
Debbie
:-))
Rosie said…
What a fab card... made me smile instantly and that sentiment is brilliant!!
Kim said…
Hee hee what card.....

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