Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Challenges: Penny's Papercraft, Freshly Brewed, Meljens, Send a smile 4 Kids, Gingerloft

Hi everyone, hope the week sofar has been good to you. I just found out from my lovely Daughter inlaw that Number 2 grandchild has made her first few steps. Boy oh boy, once they do that it doesn't take long does it to get steady on your feet and off they go. I still remember very much the rotating eyes you have to have as a young Mum, LOL.
This image( from Mo's Digital Pencil)  reminds so much of my daughter when she was little, always wanting to do something in the kitchen........Now she is 15 and still loves it and wants to have her own cupcake business. She made hotcross buns yesterday, you know the whole shebang with the yeast.
They tasted amazing.
I am entering this card into these challenges:

Penny's Papercraft # 49: From the Kitchen
Freshly Brewed # 39: Spots and Dots
Meljens Designs# 50: cute and Dots
Send a smile 4 Kids#6: Birthday Girl
Gingerloft : Use Diecuts or Punches ( Marianne creatables doiley die)


  1. Hi again Hilde lol,
    Love this card, such a sweet little image, one of my little nieces is walking or should I say running everywhere lol, runs her poor mum ragged hahaha. Anywho, love the colours, dp's flowers, ticket sentiment and doiley die you used.
    Hugs Jacqui xxxx

  2. Absolutely adorable Hilde! Thanks for joining in on our "Kitchen" Challenge this week at Penny's. Good Luck!


  3. awwww this is just grogeous hun, love the colours & DP just fab!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Gingerloft this week, good luck!
    Hugs Shell xx

  4. So adorable! Thanks for playing with us at Gingerloft!

  5. What a fab image and you sound like you will soon be having lots of fun too chasing a granddaughter, enjoy every minute as I am sure you will. Thanks for sharing your fab card with us all here at Penny's and good luck.

  6. Just gorgeous! Thanks for joining the Send a Smile 4 Kids Challenge!

  7. what a great card. thanks for joining the challenge over at Send A Smile 4 Kids challenge blog