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A new beginning

Well looky here what happened in my garden today. It was thick with frost this morning then out came the sun and it brought these little beauties with it.
Coincidentally the theme over on Winter Wonderlands blog this week is new beginnings and they are starting with a sketch. I used one of Teri's digital images that I won a few weeks ago.You know sometimes you make a card and you're not too sure about it, well this is one. I don't know what it is though, I like the image and the colours but I'm not sure about the card. I feel that same about another card I made this weekend, I guess my mojo is fading a bit.

I've paid my deposit today for the next Inspired Retreat in October and I'm excited already. I'm still finishing prjects from this one, that's what I like it didn't finish when I got in the car and came home.I'll post the projects as I finish them.
I'm gutted that I have had to cancel the other retreat I was going to in April, I went to the Scrapping Angels retreat in Cambridge, so booked again this year. Unfortunatly I have to go into hospital tommorrow and won't be recovered in time to travel, so to make me feel better I booked October in Chester.

Comments

Danielle said…
I Love this card Kathy! I don't there's anything not to love about it! The penguin is so cute and I love the colours you've used. Great work with this weeks sketch too! Thanks for joining us at WW!
Hugs, Danielle
Pascale said…
I love it too Kathy I love how cheerful it is. I love your use of the image and I love your take on the sketch your flowers are beautiful too. Thanks for joining in with us at WW again. Hugs Pascale
Sue said…
Hi Kathy
aww a lovely card such a cute image, fab colouring, great take on the sketch, thank you for joining us at Winter Wonderland this week, hope to see you next week, sue.

Gorgeous piccie luv the spring flowers.xx
Avril Ann said…
How cute is that image, such a wonderful card, love it, Kathy, thank you so much for playing along at Winter Wonderland this week. Hugs Avril xxx
Teri said…
Awww it's a lovely card Kathy! I love this image too!

Thank you for joining us at Winter Wonderland again.

Teri xx
Fabiola said…
très mignonne bravo

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