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High Hopes Sketch Challenge

As promised, here's my second post for the day. Sorry I haven't been posting much but really struggling a bit lately. However, was determined to complete this week's High Hopes challenge and have just got in by the skin of my teeth!

This week's challenge is a sketch by Katharina and have kept to my New Year's resolution to use a stamp that hasn't seen ink yet!

Sorry, the photo isn't too good, however, the image has been coloured with Promarkers and framed with some doodling. Papers are Basic Grey, ribbon and clip are from my stash.

Hope you're all having a great weekend....we've even got a bit of sunshine here!!


nessy said…
well is this not a fab card ??~hope you have entered for the DT call ~they need your cards ~they are just perfect with high hopes stamps!!
hugs, vanessa xx
Jose said…
I do love this card, especially the colours you have chosen
Jose xx
Jilli said…
This is just gorgeous Jo! Love the papers and that stamp is soooo cute and perfectly coloured. mwah Jillix
joey said…
Hi your card is gorgeous, this stamp is on my hit list lol, you have colouring him gorgeous.
Natalie said…
What a cute card, I love the little clown. x
Debi said…
So adorable!! Fabulous card!! I can't see what is wrong with it...Love it!!!
This is just too too cute!! Love that image and the fun papers to go with it!! ;) TFS!
~Denise Lynn~ said…
Adorable! Love the papers and that image, fun. :)
Kari said…
Very fun! Great image! I love the background paper too!

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