Hi Ladies As the weather is so awful ( it's snowing heavily this afternoon) I decided to set out to see how many challenges I can enter this week . So I have found three challenges for today to which I can enter one card. Materials used for this card: Cardstock: Whisper White, Early Espresso. Stamp pads: Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Lucky Limeade, DSP : Domestic Goddess, Paper stack in Brights. Tools : Punches, Lace ribbon border, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border, Stamp sets: Posy Punch and Happiest Birthday Wishes ( Hostess) I am entering this card to the Simply Stampin Challenge which has a sketch this week and I was really please to come in the top three for their challenge last week: I am also entering it for the ColorQ challenge which is a blog for a colour challenge every week and this is the first time I have entered this one: Finally I am entering it for the St Lukes Hospice monthly challenge, this is a charity challenge which I try and enter regularly as
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