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Fall

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 I loved this theme, I just couldn't help it I knew from the very second I saw the theme what I was going to do.  I have used the Cuckoo clock from Ikes Art for the challenge at  Ikes World Challenge  

Fancy fold cards

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 It's all about fancy folds over at  IAAS  I had wondered how I was going to achieve this but I've seen a few cards and bags by Sam Calcott of Mixed up Craft that I liked and decided I would give one of them a try...so I made this.

Birthday

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 I'm very late wtih this post and the truth is I only realised because I went to do another post. I got in a pickle and made two cards then I assumed that as I'd made one a while ago I'd already done my blog but clearly I haven't.   Anyway it's not too late for you guys to come and join us over at:   IAAS Here's my card:

Animals at Ikes World Challenges

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 Over at  Ikes World Challenges  you can make anything as long as it has an animal there somewhere, so I've used this tortoise {because there aren't any snails 😭} to make a friend a card, addressed to mummy from her animals.  I dread to think how quick the men in white coats will arrive once she gets it!  

Transport at IAAS

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 It's a theme of transport over at  IAAS , it would be impossible for me to do a regular method of transport wouldn't it?  So because a friend likes Robins I decided I'd use this fabulous image from  Pink Ink  to make her a card. It's very basic but I hope it's the thought that counts.

Winged Creatures at International Art and Soul

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 Welcome to winged creatures at  IAAS , this challenge is hosted by the wonderful Christine.  I like this challenge because it has endless possibilities.  I've used a stamp by Molly Harrison to create this birthday card.  As usual everything is coloured in Derwent pencils and the mushroom has nuvo clear drops on it.  I've accented with glitter too.  The happy birthday is a Britannia die cut from brusho papers.

Christmas in the Natural world ~ No Robins at International Art and Soul

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 Hi and welcome to the first challenge of the year that I am hosting at IAAS .  Robins are popular at Christmas but I wanted to do something different...I thought about doing a Christmas card but as the idea progressed I knew I wanted to do a journal page and some stash I had for Christmas would help with that. I've used stamps from  Hobby Art  and dies from the Works to create this winter scene.  As usual I've written my own quote and it reads "Nature knows no bounds, Nature provides what it needs throughout the seasons.  We just need to see the beauty in what nature provides." Ⓒ Sall Baker 2021