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Lazy Hazy Days of Summer

What a lovely challenge is going on this month over on the Sir Stampalot Challenge Blog. Its lazy, hazy days of summer, perfect for the weather we are having on the UK at the moment. I'm also entering this card into the Crafty Calendar Challenge for this month, their theme is Summer. I have a whole weeks holiday next week and I am hoping this weather will continue right through the week. Here is my entry for this months challenge.
Don't you think this image is too cute? Did you notice my little circles? I like using this for clouds on my pages and cards, it 'suggest' clouds in the sky rather than a whole strip of paper. I used it for the fish as well. It was something I picked up at the Inspired Retreat I attended in February and loved it when I used it on this page,based on a class taught by Emma Trout.

Comments

I adore this card! The image is perfect for the summer theme and I love how you have added the clouds and the fish in the water.
Thank you for entering this card into the challenge at Sir Stampalot this month.
Clare x
brenda said…
Hi Kathy

What a great card and so imaginative using the cirlces for clouds. The hedgies look as though they are a lovely calm warm sea fishing for dinner.

Thank you for joining us at Stampalot Challenge this month and good luck.

B x
pinky said…
Kathy this is so gorgeous, love the punched stamped circles, brilliant idea. Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.
Pinky
chris said…
This is adorable, love everything about it.
hugs chris xx
thanks for joining us in the Sir stampalot challenge
Deanna said…
You always make the cutest little cards! I love that they're fishing. It's always been one of my favorite summer activities!
Sally H said…
That is just beautiful! Looks very summery. Thanks for joining us at Sir stampalot this month and good luck!
Francesca said…
Great colours and wonderful details on this card,
thanks for joining us at Sir stampalot challenge and good luck!.
Hugs
Francesca
Tracy said…
Fab Entry, thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge, Good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x
Caroline said…
Fab Summer creation and super cute image. Thanks for joining us at the Crafty Calender Challenge this month. Caroline x
Donna said…
Such a wonderful card and lovely design just perfect for our Summer theme at Crafty Calendar this month! Thanks for joining in the fun with us :) Donna x

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