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The final O for Ovals

I might be missing in action for a few days from tommorrow, I'm off to Chester to the Inspired retreat and I am beyond myself with excitement. My craft bag is packed, my clothes are packed and I've even managed to pack the mask I made for the masquerade party on Saturday.
Just have to work until lunch time and then I'm happy to forget there is a world until Monday.

Just in case anybody is wondering whether I like the colour me ovals from Craftwork Cards, here's another card. It's another tri-fold card, this time with the Leafy Lanes option.


Lynda said…
It's absolutely gorgeous Kathy. Have a fantastic weekend.

Love Lynda xxx
Linby said…
I've got these ovals - not used them yet, didn't recognise them as the same thing at first you have done a fab job with them and inspired me.
So jealous of your weekend away - just been to register for notice of anymore they do - enjoy.

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