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Allsorts Challenge week 35

Was that sunshine I saw yesterday, thank goodness the snow has gone and everything is back to normal. Unfortunately if the snow didn't get you I'm afraid the pot holes will. One road I have to travel twice a day has the biggest pot holes in it. The road is always being worked on and as a main route it causes congestion regularly. Well now its like a slalom run trying to negotiate the huge craters in it, at least now they aren't full of snow you can see them!

This week over on the Allsorts Challenge blog its a theme of brown and pink. I love this colour combination, not my favourite but I do use it as one of my staple colour combinations. I think I may be getting a little predictable as the butterfly and border punch are heavily featured again. I can't remember how long it is since I loved a new craft purchase as much as I love these. In fact I don't even put them away, they are currently residing on my counter, permanently.

Comments

Kirsten said…
This is fabulous love the papers and the butterfly's...x

Thanks for joining us this week at allsorts... hugs Kirsten...x
brenda said…
Hello Kathy

An absolutely adorable card, love the layout, very pretty border and of course the flutterbys.

Thanks for sharing it with us at Allsorts this week.

B x

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