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Forgot my Homework

I have had this week off work to try and catch up with things and I cant believe its Sunday ready for work again on Monday. One of the things I did this week was spend some time with my crafting friends and I showed one of them how I do my colouring with Promarkers.Its funny how after a while you just do it without thinking, I had to really think what I was doing to try and explain it. We got there though and coloured some images.
I think this is why I completely missed last weeks Winter Wonderland Challenge, I feel like I forgot my homework. Yesterday I seemed to complete everything I needed to do this week so rewarded myself with  some crafting time.
This weeks Winter Wonderland Challenge is Blue Christmas, I like the challenges that stretch yo and to try and stick to a monochrome colour palate was quite tough but I managed, well there is a hint of green, sorry but there's no blue holly in my world.
 

Comments

Marie B. said…
I think the green holly is acceptable! ;) Very pretty card! :)
Josie said…
Very pretty! Like the intricate swirly cuts. Your inking is beautiful, too.

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