Sunday, 11 March 2012

Coffee Catchup.

Hello there m'dears,
Hope you had a wonderful weekend, the weather hasn't been half bad and I've had a fab weekend. I spent most of the time running up and down the street teaching my 5 year old to ride a bike (little did I know she had already been riding at school). So with hair looking like a scarecrow, my face as red as a beetroot, bits wobbling here and there (probably the neighbours having a good old laugh) and she can already do it!!!

So with a quite session this afternoon, relaxing, M & I crafted. I got quite a few images coloured but this was the only card I made...

The image is a LOTV one, it so reminds me of my mum and me having a weekly catchup with a brew. I have also used a memorybox die, coloured with promarkers, and all else from my stash.

Papertake weekly - Anything goes.
PFP - For Mum / female relative.
I love Promarkers - Ribbons and Bows.
Whimsey - No sentiment
Lilis Little Fairies Challenge - Ribbon & Lace.

Thanks for stoppying by and hope to see you again.


  1. Hi Sarah, what a beautiful card. The colours are gorgeous and you colouring is so scrummy!!

  2. Hi Sarah,

    I am so sorry I've not been on blogger much recently! I am MIA along with my mojo :)

    Beautiful card...I love those purples!
    The things we do for the love of our babies eh? Good job it wasn't me running with her..I have far too many wobbly bits (and they are BIG wobbly bits!)

    Hugs Elaine xx

  3. Aww this is cute, I love the purple colours and the sweet image. Thank you for joining us at I ♥ Promarkers this week and good luck xx

  4. Hi Sarah, I wouldn't worry, my hair always looks like a scarecrows! LOL. Great card using a fabulous image. Thanks for joining us this week at I ♥ Promarkers.
    Tine :)

  5. Hi Sarah, what a beautiful card. I love the image and gorgeous colours. The die cut frame looks amazing. Thanks for joining in with my challenge over at PFP. Hugs, Denise x
    I'm sorry for my late comment x


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