Tuesday, 12 January 2010

A Spoon Full of Sugar - Challenge 86 - Recipie

This week over at A Spoon Full of Sugar it was my turn to set the challenge and I have chosen a recipie for you - 3 Pieces of DP, 1 Piece of Ribbon, 3 flowers and 3 buttons. It was also my turn to pick a Guest DT member and the super-talented Simonne has created a gorgeous card for us this week - thanks Simonne. You can check out what the rest of the team have come up with and also this week's prize Here

I have had this Anya set for some time now, but what with Christmas I had never got round to inking this one up - I do so love these Anyas. The papers are by My Minds Eye and the flowers are by prima, buttons and pearls from Bunny Zoes Crafts.

Well it looks like our snow may finally start to thaw a bit today, although I think there may be more forcast for tomorrow.

The trains here are still not running properly and I have come into work on the bus today - it takes around 80 minutes compared to the 40 minutes on the train so I hope that all is sorted out on the railway soon.

Have a great week.

Karen x


COCO said...

fabulous I love your coloring and your image is very perfect !!!
hugs coco

Debbie said...

Gorgeous card Karen,Love the beautiful colours,Hugs Debbie x

Bubbles said...

Wonderful card Karen, the papers and image you have used are just gorgeous!
Hope the trains get sorted for you quickly, I don't envy you that journey into work!
Joanne x

Riet said...

What a beautiful card Karen,i love your image and colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

Bunny Zoe's Crafts said...

Totally gorgeous Karen, Thank you for the great challenge sweetie, Oh my goodness.. 80 minutes! I hope they sort this for tomorrow, Big Hugs, Nikki x

Deb said...

gorgeous card Karen, love your recipe, will be playing along later in the week! Glad the snow is thawing for you, sounds like it has been a nightmare! hugs Debx

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