Jun 23, 2018

Allsorts 473: Sweet Treats

This is a scheduled post, so if you read this then blogger behaved as I hoped :-)

This week at Allsorts challenge Susan is our host and she would like to see "Sweet Treats"We have a great prize to give away this week by Marianne Designs, so do come join us if you'd like to be entered into the drawing.


I used a Lili of the Valley stamp - Rosie with Cake, it's been colored with my Faber Castell Polychromos pencils on Neenah card stock.  The sentiment is Penny Black's Sprinkles and Smiles

A really quick and easy card to make as you can see.  One of Avery Elle's Wonky Stitches dies was used to frame the image panel with. The paper strip is from my box of scraps. 


Thanks so much for visiting, I hope you have a great weekend! 


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7 comments:

  1. The LOTV image is a real sweetie Ellie and coloured beautifully with pencils, she's perfect for this weeks theme isn't she.

    Hope you have a lovely weekend.

    B x

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  2. Cute card!! Love the image!
    Have a great day!
    Marilyn❤️

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  3. Soooooooo cute! LOVING that image!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Sweetest birthday card, so cute;-))m

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  5. A really super image and love the colours and your colouring. Great wonky die and like the added strip of DP.

    Kath x

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  6. Adorable card Ellie and love your choice of 'Sweet' image, she is so pretty x Susan x

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