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Penny Black Saturday Challenge

I'm so excited that I just can't hide it! Today I have an appointment, any guesses?
 I'll have to keep you in suspense until tomorrow, but I am so looking forward to today. While you are guessing have a look at this sketch.
This is the challenge set by Penny Black Saturday Challenge for this week, it didn't take me long to decide what to do. I have to say I find the sketch challenges the easiest, its probably because that's one of my favourite methods of getting my scrapbook pages going. I also decided to use bright summer colours that were suggested for the Penny Black at Allsorts Challenge.This looks like its gearing up to be a great challenge blog, with some fabulous prizes on offer. Here is the card I came up with, there's no greeting on it because sometimes you need a card for no reason at all!
 
Edited to add: Forgot to link this to the challenge. Learn from my mistake and always link if you've entered a challenge. I only just made it.

Comments

Anesha said…
Wonderful card!!!
Beth said…
Ooh I love this! The paper is beautiful and I love the paper pieced flowers! Thanks for playing along with my Penny Black sketch!

Love Beth xx
kath said…
oooh...I love secrets kathy...but not when they are other folks...can't wait for the lowdown....and love your card for the sketch...yummy papers and gorgeous paper pieced flowers...thanks for joining in the fun this week at PBSC....hugs kath xxx
joey said…
GORGEOUS cardKathy, beautiful flowers and colours, thanks for joining us at pbsc
Joey.x
This is stunning. I love the use of paper for the flowers
Mummylade said…
this is a fantastic card! Love the colours. Thank you so much for entering the Penny Black at Allsorts July challenge, good luck.

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