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Penny Black Saturday Challenge 100

I made the top three for the Winter Wonderland challenge last week. It was to make a gift card holder, go here to see my entry. I'm so happy they liked it, another great challenge this week.
It's the 100th challenge posted by Penny Black's Saturday Challenge this week and its my favourite a sketch challenge. To celebrate they are having a blog hop go over and have a look. I came late the their blog but their cards are really inspirational and with such lovely images its not really hard work to come up with great cards. Here is my entry made with images donated to me by my friend Lynda. I used my lovely Copics to colour them in.
Do you ever make cards and don't like them? I made this card last night because I wanted to have a go at making these little roses. I love the roses, but don't like the card and I don't know why? Usually I put them straight in the bin and nobody ever sees them but I need to find out why I don't like this one. So that's todays problem for me.


scrappyjan said…
BOY you are quick!!! This is so cute!!! Thank youfor entering the challenge.. Good Luck with the prizes..
hugs, Janiel
kath said…
love this gorgeous kitty kathy...and well done on your winter wonderland win...and don't know why you don't like that card...the roses are delicious...thanks for joining in the blog hop this week at Penny Black Saturday...big hugs kath xxxx
Oh this is a beautiful card, very summery! Good Luck with my candy and thanks for joining in with us at PBSC! xxx
Pauline C said…
Gorgeous PB100 card Kathy - love the two stamps together. The other card is fine - love the roses and how the greenery trails over the sentiment. Thanks for joining in this week's PBSC #100 blog hop - good luck with the prize draw and my candy
pauline x
This one is so cute, I love it.
Hugs, Nadine
Beth said…
These are bpth gorgeous! I love how you've combined the cute Bee images! And I can't help with why you don't like the other one - it's fab, sorry! Thanks for joining our PB Blog Hop!

Love Beth xx
joey said…
Hiya Kathy

this is absolutely gorgeous, beautiful bold and bright! Thanks for entering my giveaway Good Luck.

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