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Sunday, 8 June 2014

Sunday Sketch & Stamp #210

 Good Afternoon, It should have been good morning but I am running late.
This is due to going away Thursday/Friday then being at a Church fair Saturday selling my bits. The weather was not kind to us so all the stalls were moved from the church yard to inside the church. Despite this the fair was very well attended and sales were OK!

has a new sketch for you to play with, compliments of me as Kathleen is having connection problems.
Here it is:
Hope you like it and will join in the challenge this week.

I was asked to make a card for my Son's partner for her Nephew who supports Everton. I used this brief along with this weeks sketch to make my DT card , what's the saying? Kill 2 birds with 1 stone!


I used a Meljens image which I coloured with markers. I printed off a Sassy Designs  paper in grey scale from the Harlow Digital Paper Pack. All layers were mounted onto black card and round the image I added a piece of bakers twine. The sentiment fish tails were designed and cut on the silhouette as were the stars.

Please do come and join in this weeks challenge, the more the merrier!

I would like to enter:

Crafts 4 Eternity - For the Boys
Bearly Mine - One for the Boys

4 comments:

  1. Great card Carole - I'm sure her Nephew will love it. Hugs, Claire x

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  2. What a fabulous card, great design and love the image..Thank you for joining us at Bearly-Mine for this months Challenge and hoping you would like to join us again soon. Good luck in draw..Hugs Lozzy x DT

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  3. Oh this is fab Carole… what a wonderful image! I love the wonderful fishtails and stars… it's a brilliant design!
    Glad the Fair went well on Saturday despite the rain!
    Have a good week!
    Hugs Sue xx

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  4. Fabulous card Carole! Thanks for joining us at Crafts 4 Eternity this week hugs x

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