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All That Scraps April Review

Hello!  Wow, seems like I haven't been blogging as much.  But I am making stuff!  Lots to share soon!  Today is a review day for Sweet November Stamps over at All That Scraps.

Here is Josie's Brella.  Love these little fairwees.  She's so sweet!  And I love how easy they are to color because of their little size.  It's so quick to make a little card.  The sentiment is from AmyR Welcome Little One.

Thanks for stopping by!



Comments

Handmade Cuties said…
I like how the little girl is catching the rain drop from the puffy cloud. Cute!
Alyce said…
aww what a cutie pie! what a great idea to do the little clouds...the bright colours are gorgeous too :)
Alyce said…
aww what a cutie pie! what a great idea to do the little clouds...the bright colours are gorgeous too :)
Awwww, what a super sweet card. Made me smile. Thanks so much for the b/d wishes too. Have a fun and very crafty day. :-)
Cheryl said…
Cute card! Sorry, I can't help you out blogging, I haven't made anything recently!
Rachel Parys said…
She has cheeks that you want to pinch! This is super cute! Awesome work!
Simply sweet, love the gingham clouds and that rain drop.... She's a cutie...
Leanne said…
Awe.. adorable Eva! i love the puffy clouds too.
I'm slowly getting back to blogging. why is it that it's so much harder to do when you haven't done it in a long time? hahaha.
Denice said…
What a sweet image, and those clouds are perfect...luv the pattern on them!
:Dxx
Mary J said…
I love your card full of sweetness, Eva! Gorgeous use of the papers!

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