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PTW Challenge

I haven't taken part in the PTW challenge for a long while unfortunately, and come to think of it, haven't taken part in ANY challenges for ages!! This week's challenge is a fabby sketch by Dawny P, so, because I was stamping out some of these cute HH images for a blogging buddy, thought I would use one for this card.






The image (Gavin the givin' dragon) has been coloured with Promarkers with a bit of doodling around the edges. Sentiment stamp is Penny Black, papers are Basic Grey and c.s. is Bazzill Bling. Finally, added a couple of Doodlebug buttons.

Sorry this posting is short 'n' sweet but Sam has a friend round to play and I must get started on their tea soon.

Comments

Natalie said…
Cool card Jo, I love the dragon. x
Moni said…
Lovely card! Hugs, Moni
Annie said…
that is such a cute dragon on your card Jo, and love the plaid paper. hugs, annie x
Jose said…
Gorgeous card Jo, lovely papers too
Jose x
Lauren said…
This is so fun! Great coloring.
So so cute - love the image!
debby4000 said…
fabulous cute card, love the dragon.
nessy said…
a true jo card this one ~ such a cute dragaon ~love the papers you have chosen!
speak soon
vanessa xx
steph said…
Lovely card! Dragon is fab! Thanks for joining us for the PTW challenge!

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