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Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Softpencil Tuesdays

Hi peeps,
Oh my, I am so behind at the moment - I feel like I am forever chasing my tail!!!
Oh how I wish my numbers would come up in the lottery then I could give up work and have more time to craft! LOL  A girl gotta dream right???
So here is my next card for Softpencil Tuesdays

This time I have used another of Elizabeth's new Easter digis.This one is called Easter Chick and is one of a set of digis available in the store.
I just love these digis and they are such a delight to work with.
The image is coloured with my flexmarkers/promarkers, the flower was one of a bundle I had for my birthday.  The polka dot ribbon is of course from Crafty Ribbons and the sentiment is one from a set of die cut sentiments I have had in my stash for ages.
Hope you like my card my friends and remember to stop by the Softpencil Store to pick up some fabulous digis.


7 comments:

  1. Your card is soooo sweet Dawn! love the soft colours you used and the lovely details! :)

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  2. Love the soft look to your card!! Great work!! Blessings and hugs!!

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  3. oh love the image Hun,and just adore the soft colours,you have used so beautiful hugs Cherylxxxxxx

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  4. Lovely card Dawn,love the colours and the image is adorable....The cloud template is just one I drew myself nothing fancy I'm affair..I do have a cloud die by Die-namics which has a large and small cloud in the set...Hope this helps...
    Mandy x

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  5. Cute, cute, CUTE!!! I love the soft look, super!!!

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  6. So cute and totally adorable Dawn, I love the image and design
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  7. So cute Dawn, love it! Dawn even if you could quit work, there always seems to be something to get in the way of more crafting time. I am unemployed, and still always have things to do. So see, you aren't missing a thing. lol

    Hugs, Lisa

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