Sunday, March 30, 2014


Since I have been home from holidays I have had to buy a new refrigerator (the old one kept tripping the safety switch), a new oven and a new electric jug. Because the new fridge is bigger than the last one we also have to take down the wall cupboards and cut them down. Now, my computer is showing signs of distress. The hard drive has started making clacking noises and is so slooooow. I don't know weather to just replace the hard drive or get a whole new system, either way it is a lot of work installing programs, transferring files etc.

Anyhow, on to todays card. This beautiful image from Imagine That! digis by Kris is called "Poppy" and is available, along with some other beautiful flowers, here.

As usual the set contains coloured and outline images in both png and jpg.
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Sunflowerfield Designs  -  Birthdays and/or Flowers (I did both)
Paper Crafting Journey  -  Anything Goes
Through The Craft Room Door  -  Anything Goes



  1. Oooh, my goodness gracious Sharyn!! My heart just sank reading about all the stuff going out on you. We had our oven element, dishwasher and refrig. all go out the same year. I think they purposely make things to not last more than 10 years. That's about how long we had those. And computers of course way more often!! That's a huge expense. I do feel for ya.

    On a good note, your card is AMAZING!! Look at your gorgeous coloring job on this Poppy! LOvely *Ü* Thank you so much, and hope this week goes much better for you! Hugs xKris

  2. Gorgeous card!
    Thank you for joining us at Sunflowerfield Designs this month. :)


  3. Gorgeous card! Very pretty flower :)
    Thank you for joining us at Sunflowerfield Designs.
    Hugs, Mari

  4. Very pretty card! Thanks for sharing this with us at Through The Craft Room Door, hope to see you again in our next challenge! - XX Cara

  5. Hi Sharyn. I really love your poppy card. You did a great job on it and the coloring is just beautiful!


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