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Penny Black Saturday Challenge

It's Saturday already, when did that happen? You know what that means though, yes, Penny Black's Saturday Challenge. This morning I went and visited my friend Lynda, we are both on the Craftwork Cards design team and I had some cardstock to drop off for her for a future challenge. She very kindly stamped me out some Penny Black images, so I have a lovely stock now, thanks Lynda. The challenge this week is pink, green and yellow, an unusual colour challenge admittedly, but effective when it's done. Here is my entry, the detail includes lacy borders with my Martha Stewart punches and tiny seed beads in the centre of the flowers.


Lynda said…
Oooh Kathy I do like this flower - fab card and I see what you mean about that border too it looks great punched from both sides. Thanks for the card stock too!

Love Lynda xxx
NanieCarte said…
Bravo Kathy, ta carte est superbe.
debby4000 said…
Gorgeous card, beautiful image.
Fabiola said…
super jolie carte très réussi. le coeur de tes fleurs c'est des perles?
Nanda said…
Very sweet card, classic.


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