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To the One I Love

No I'm not in love so regular readers need not start buying hats! That's the name of the challenge over at Winter Wonderland this week. The idea is to make a Christmas project for the one you love. So stretching my imagination I came up with this card.
Its a stamp set I've had for ages, woodware I think but it fits the bill perfectly. These papers are my current favourite for Christmas this year. Home for Christmas from Papermania. Hopefully one of the boys at work will ask me to make a card for their wife/girlfriend. 
This is the first weekend for ages that I have no commitments, so today the house is getting a quick flick with the duster, the washing is out on the line, I'm having a shower and putting clean pyjamas on. The rest is going to be dedicated to crafting. I'm a very happy girl.


downrightcrafty said…
such a beautiful card, love the image choice, thank you for joining us at the Winter Wonderland
Hugs Kate xx
Barbara said…
So very cute! I love the idea with the two hearts... and of course the image.

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