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My God I'm exhausted from my weekend at the Inspired Retreat. It was absolutely fantastic m planning to go again in October. I've come back with lots of ideas buzzing in my head. I enjoyed it so much I', The crafting started on Friday night and went all the way through to tea time tonight, with only breaks for meals, fantastic! More details over the week. Even though I've had all this crafting I can't forget my challenges, so here is the card I made for this weeks Winter Wonderland Challenge. This weeks theme is Monochromatic Christmas, I chose to go for shades of brown which turned out looking a sort of sepia. I love it.

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Crafty Dawn said…
reat look! cute stamp! (maybe I should get the Christmas stamps out) Didin't think I would do that in March lol

Love Dawn xx
Danielle said…
I love it too Kathy! I took a small gasp when I saw your card - the gold embossed scroll paper is stunning and I just love the sepia tones! Thanks for joining us at WW this week!
Hugs, Danielle
joey said…
Hi Kathy

oh the retreat sounds like pure bliss! glad you had a wonderful time.

Your card is just beautiful, I love the look of all the browns but can never pull it of myself you have done a fabulous job! Thanks for joining us again at ww

Joeyxxx
Avril Ann said…
Sounds like you had a great time, I am going to a retreat with TT in 2 weeks time and am so excited about it....love your card, great colours, thank you so much for joining us at Winter Wonderland this week. Hugs Avril xxx
Sue said…
Hi Kathy
sounds like you had great time. This is gorgeous i luv the colour, the papers is scrummy, thank you for joining us at Winter Wonderland this week, hope to see you next week, sue,x
Pascale said…
Hi Kathy gorgeous colouring and I love the brown shades. I love that foiled backing it is so sumptious. Thanks for joining us at WW hugs Pascale
Lynda said…
This is just fab Kathy and even better in the flesh. Glad you had a great weekend and thanks for joining in with us at Winter Wonderland.

Love Lynda xxx
Teri said…
Awww this is lovely!

Thank you for joining us at Winter Wonderland.

Teri xx
Fabiola said…
elle est magnifique!
Teri said…
Lovely card hun!
Thanks for playing along with us at Winter Wonderland this week!
Hugs,
Teri x

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