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Sam had a party to go to on Friday and me being me meant the card was!! I was still finishing it Friday morning as they were eating their breakfast and wrapping the present!! Anyway here it is......extremely simple but it did the job.

The image is another one from The Greetings Farm which I bought a little while ago but have only just inked up. Coloured in the usual way with doodling around the edge. Papers are scraps from my stash, sentiment is Lizzie Anne Designs and used my SU punches on a couple of the paper layers.

Big apologies for my serious lack of blogging but trying frantically to try and get my paperwork sorted this weekend and then hope to be able to start visiting your blogs once again. Now it's one more glass of wine for me and then it's off to bed!


Glitter Monkey said…
I love this one Jo - can't believe you made it in a hurry!! Lol Lynn ♥
Sarah said…
Wish my hurried cards looked that good!! Cute image! xx :0)
Leann said…
Aaaaaw, such a cutie Jo!
Hugs x
Linda Elbourne said…
A great last minute card ... sometimes they are the best sort ... that is what I tell myself anyway *LOL*
Kit said…
fabulous card Jo, such a great layout
Jose said…
Lovely card Jo, just right for a boy

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