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Fabulous Competition

It looks like its going to be another gorgeous day. I can't believe how things happen. I've just had 6 weeks sick leave and decided last week that the monotony was just too much. I elected to go back to work on Monday (tomorrow), albeit to limited duties. It is a little bit too early to go back but as I'm restricted to what I can do it's boring at home. There are only so many times that you can watch the soaps, I was watching each episode 4 times in a week! So the timing, my Internet is back, this I could spend all day playing with.With the return of the Internet I discovered that UK Scrappers are doing their Cybercrop this weekend, I loved this last time and made some gorgeous pages. I've got very excited about the new one and have spent ages getting my kits together, this would have kept me busy for the rest of this week and over the weekend. Not to mention my blog. Oh well things happen for a reason.Have you been over to the Craftwork Cards blog recently? Two things have happened in my absence, the first is, I was profiled recently, go here to see it. I was sent a little package with some stash in it and asked to just do what I could with it. The carnival colours are just beautiful and havne't come out as bright as they truly are, the green is a gorgeous lime. Go here to see the products. The end results were featured on my profile. The two main pieces were a clock and a butterfly mobile. The mobile was really difficult to photo and it didn't come out very well. It looks lovely in real life, here is my photo to try and show it from a different angle.
The second Craftwork Cards event is have you seen their new competition? It's a cracker! Go here for all of the details.
The Rules
1. Sign up as a Craftwork Cards Blog follower.
2. Choose up to 4 colours that you think look fab to create your new Card Candy flavour.
3. Give your flavour a name (Be as creative as you wish!)
4. Go onto
Craftwork Cards and ‘Leave a comment' with your flavour & colour combi by 30th April.

The Prize

The Card Candy Challenge winner will be invited to the Craftwork Cards factory where you will be the first to receive your winning flavour. Then you be treated to a lavish meal and showered in prizes worth £500!

How can you not have a go? I wish I was allowed to enter, this is a really fabulous prize.

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