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A Card At Last!



Sorry I haven't been posting for a little while but my mojo did a runner, plus I had alot of paperwork to sort through as well. Anyway, managed to put a card together this morning.

I just love these stamps from Panduro and they're a joy to colour! Used my PM's (of course!) with the usual doodling around the edges and used my Sakura glaze pen on the balloons to give them a bit of a shiney effect, although you can't see it in this photo! Papers are from SU and I'm really lovin' them so you will be seeing alot more of them! Cardstock is Bazzill as is the brad and flower is Prima. Sentiment is Woodware and ribbon is from Hobbycraft.




I have received another fabulous award from Debi......thank you so much and sorry, once again, that it's taken me a while to add it to my blog. Also had some good news - I passed my Database exam on Saturday - 100%, no mistakes!!! I really knuckled down and did all the coursework in just over one day (and got 100% in that too!). Got to enrole for my next course tomorrow and try and complete that as soon as possible, although that will take a little while longer as it is in eight parts.

Off to make pancakes now as it's Shrove Tuesday - let's see how many get stuck to the ceiling!

Comments

Anonymous said…
Gorgeous Jo, love those stamps too!!
Hugs,Marlene x
Annie said…
where have all the mojos gone? must be a mojo convention somewhere! love this card, the cute image and those lovely cheerful papers. And BIG CONGRATS on passing the exam. hugs, annie x
Glitter Monkey said…
HUGE congratulations on passing your exam - and so spectacularly!! Really well done babes :) I really love this card - just the right touch of red. Lovely colouring too. LOL Lynn ♥
Kari said…
What an adorable card! I love the sweet little image! The background paper is very cute too! Great job!
Jose said…
Love the card J... and wow! did the coursework in ONE day! and congrats on passing the exam, keep up the good work.
Jose xx
Deb said…
Beautiful card, I love the layers and I too love those Panduro stamps! Hope you enjoyed your pancakes, I am sure the boys did, Ihad to stand for an hour making enough for my 4!Congrats on passing your exam!
Have a great evening, Debx
~Denise Lynn~ said…
Totally cherriful! Love the papers and that image is super sweet. Hope you're having a good week Jo! Hugs! :)
Anonymous said…
Jo, what an adorable card. Such an wonderful image...so cute!! Adore the colors!! Hey, congratulations for pass the exam!! I knew you could do it! Jo, there is no need to apologize for not posting sooner. I know you have been very busy. I wasn't worried about it at all.
Anonymous said…
How sweet Jo!! Just love your colors on this!! :) TFS!

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