Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Sending wishes your way with Stampin Up Painted Petals Stamp Set.......

Hello there,

It's been a real whirlwind of a start to a new year for me, i have been to America with some fellow Demo's albeit for four days, but WOW what a fabulous four days it was too, in Orlando Florida, I had the most amazing time, we did the last ever Leadership event, and did things I would never have done,   anyway it has inspired me to Create more therefore blog more!

Here I am with the girls I shared my expierence with Caroline, Cayleigh and Fiona although we were missing Jan here as we were at the mangers reception and exclusive treat in Disney..

Today I would like to share a card that was inspired by something my fellow Stampin Up team mate Esther had commented on , on our  team facebook group,  Esther entered and came top 3 in the CAS challenge blog, visit Esther's blog HERE,  

Whilst I am too late to join the CAS Challenge HERE , I loved the colour challenge so thought I would have a go myself,  I am in love with the Painted Petals Stamp set, and because myself and my friend Lesley Lendon are planning an all dayer event together using this set, I had it to hand, I am a tad in love with Sahara sand colour too, so hey i just had to have a go, ...  The sending wishes your way is from the Butterfly Basics stamp set..

So without further ado, here is the colour challenge and my cards,...

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