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Another two-in-one card today which I'm entering for the Simon Says Challenge "Use Domi's Sketch!" and Whimsy Inspirations Challenge "blue + brown".

Used another of my Whimsy stamps from the Kenny K Collection called "Boogie Down" with some SU papers and a sentiment from Penny Black.

Short and sweet today as it's 3.00 pm and I must get on with my housework!


Comments

Deb said…
it is gorgeous Jo, these images are so much fun to colour aren't they?
Debxx
Lorraine A said…
Gorgeous card Jo :-) the image is fab and the colours and embellies are perfect :-)

thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
luv
Lols x x x
I love the twine! Looks great tied around like that! The flowers and corner embellishments are nice as well : )

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!

-Sarah

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nessy said…
stunning card jo ~ amazing colouring!!
hope you got your housework finished ... bet it needs doing again now!!
vanessa xx
sandee said…
Such a sassy image, very cute and you did a fab job coloring it too!
Wendy said…
A very cute image and card Hun great for a teen thank you for joining us this week for our whimsy challenge.


Wendy DT whimsy stamps

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