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Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Let's see some gingham at Fab N Funky Challenges


Good morning, it's time for our new challenge at Fab 'n' Funky, this week our lovely Pat has picked a great theme for you...she would like to see some gingham on your project. I wasn't going to join in this week (as it's Wimbledon :) but I couldn't resist this lovely theme. I made a very quick card, the layout is simple and I'd already coloured the beautiful Hannah Lynn digi! I haven't added a sentiment as I like to keep some cards for 'any occasion'.
The Fab 'n' Funky girls have made some beautiful cards this week...gingham is obviously popular with us :), hope you like it too, we'd love to have you play along!
Have a great day.
Chris
x

Challenges entered:
thepapergirls #155
crafting-with-friends  #71
craftingfromtheheart #214

8 comments:

  1. Oh I love gingham Chris, always looks so pretty...Love your sweet card...
    Enjoy the tennis..xx

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  2. This is gorgeous!! You colored her beautifully!! I love the design!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. I love gingham Chris and I love this beautiful image and wonderful colouring..FABulous card.

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  4. Super card Chris, love the gorgeous image and your beautiful colours, the edging of the bright green just makes it all pop, a great make.

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  5. Yes I am another one who loves gingham. Your colouring is amazing, pity the England team weren't tonight!
    Super image too.

    Kath x

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  6. Sunflowers and gingham and a button! couldn't be any sweeter. Thanks for joining us at the PaperGirls

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  7. That gingham really works to throw the image forward! Gorgeous card :D Thank you for sharing at Crafting With Friends XXX

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  8. Stunning creation Chris! I love these Hannah Lynn images. This one is so pretty with the Sunflowers. Gorgeous palette and love the gingham in warm brown tones! Utterly delish hun. Hugs, Wends xoxo

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