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Sir Stampalot has moved

Well I have no idea what happened to this entry yesterday, I had the day off work so thought I would post two entries because I have so many photographed cards and projects. Then when I looked this had disappeared and so had the link. Maybe my limit is one entry a day 8-). No seriously I just can't have saved or published it. Anyway the fabulous Sir Stampalot have relocated to bigger premises, I loved their space before so this now is on my list of trips to take. I simply must go and have a nosey. To celebrate Brenda is hosting a blog hop and some of the most fabulous blog candy is up for grabs. Go over to Brenda's Blog for details, but you'll have to hurry it will all be over this weekend. Here is my little project that I made to help celebrate the move.


brenda said…
Hi Kathy

Yes two entires are fine providing they are not both cards. But donlt think Mr Linky is that clever, just he tends to go AWAL every now and then so that was probably the problem.

This bridhouse is just stunning, lots of work but so worthwhile

I found a similar remplate ages ago, keep meaning to make it but never quite find the time.

Anyway, thank you so much for joining in our Stampalot challenge, good luck with the draws.

B x
Clare said…
Hi Kathy,
Your entry to the Sir Stampalot challenge is stunning! It is one of the most adorable bird houses I have seen.
Thank you for joining the challenge and good luck in the prize draw.
Clare x
Juls said…
wow this is just so beautiful and creative! Thanks for joining us on the Stampalot challenge!
chris said…
This project is so fantastic I love it. I bet it took you a time.
thanks for joining us on the sir stampalot challenge love chris xx
Tracy said…
Great creation, love the colours too. Thanks for joining the challenge and hop, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x
Sally H said…
Oh Wow! You have been busy. What a wonderful project. Thanks for joining in the hop and good luck with the draws!
coldwaters2 said…
Oh I LOVE this little house and the colours you have used the use of that gorgeous butterfly just finishes it off perfectly thank you for joining our special challenge good luck in the draw.
Lorraine x
pinky said…
Kathy this is just adorable, great take on the challenge theme of MOVING. Thanks for taking time to join the fun and good luck in the draws.
Jules said…
Hi Kathy

Great take on the challenge.

Loving your butterfly, textured roof and lovely door knob!!

Thank you for joining in this special Stampalot Challenge.

Love Jules xx
Francesca said…
Great card , love the colours

thanks for joining us on the special challenge & blog hop


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