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Oh Baubles

Last night I was planning a bath and an early night, then my best friend phoned to ask me for a link to the Lili of the Valley website. Before I knew where I was I'd started crafting and still hadn't had a bath or early night.
This weeks challenge on Winter Wonderland's blog is Oh Baubles, a Christmas card or project featuring baubles. I have recently sorted out a huge pile of rubber stamps to put on eBay. I have way too many and they are just not getting used. So I am having a good sort out and getting rid of a lot of them. This stamp was on the 'to go' pile, so i found it out and made this card.
I am now in a dilemma do I keep it or just let it go?


Miria said…
Such a lovely card, Kathy! I like the colours. Thank you for joining Winter Wonderland this week, hugs, Miria x
Lorraine said…
Fabulous card Kathy and I love your baubles. Great colours and design.
Thanks for joining this weeks challenge at Winter Wonderland.
Lorraine x
downrightcrafty said…
love the design and great baubles for our challenge at the Winter Wonderland
Hugs Kate xx

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