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Are we there yet?

I am sitting in my craft room waiting for the UKScrappers Cybercrop to start. I am surrounded by my snacks and kits, just beside myself waiting. So to keep my fingers busy I ate the Jelly Babies, this is not good they were supposed to last me all weekend! I'm like a kid bouncing on my chair and singing  are we there yet, are we there yet? Quite funny really the theme for this one is Monopoly and I'm in the cars team. Beep, Beep!

To distract me from the stash of goodies I've made my card for this weeks Winter Wonderland Challenge, this week its anything goes! I love this stamp and made a similar card at a card class but can't remember where. It's quick and easy to do as a production line.Well that kept me busy for an hour, only 45 minutes to go!

Comments

Gorgeous card in traditional colours. That tree is a great image. Please hop over and enter the DT's candy linked to this challenge. Thanks for playing along at Winter Wonderland. Hope to see you back next week. Marianne x PS please turn off word verification. Thanks
Danielle said…
Kathy, what a fabulous card! I love the glittered tree and the half-circle taken out of the panel for the sentiment is so beautifully done! Thanks for joining us at Winter Wonderland!
Hugs, Danielle
downrightcrafty said…
Hi this is a wonderful card, love the tree very effective. Thanks for joining us this week for our relaunch at Winter Wonderland, make sure you pop and enter the candy linked to the challenge by the DT, see you next week
Hugs Kate xx
Clarky J said…
This is a grogeous tree! Dont forget to check out my blog candy as you qualify for it xThanks for joining us at WW this week x Janet
Lynsey said…
Hi Kathy, this is a lovely Christmas card, the tree is wonderful! Thanks for joining in the Winter Wonderland Challenge this week. I have a candy giveaway for people entering the WW challenge this week if you get chance to enter.
Hugs Lynsey x

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