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Monday, 4 June 2012

Stampin; Up! Hostess Pedal Presents



Phew! a rainy old day yesterday and I really felt for all the people who ventured out to street parties for the Diamond Jubilee but I'm sure you all had a great time.  

Ruby my great niece had her Birthday party yesterday, it was supposed to be an outside event but ended up inside due to the nasty rain..... her friends from school came and the theme was Fairy tale I think she looks amazing as a princess her Mum sent me a picture via mobile so it's a bit blurred but I think she still looks so beautiful but then I'm biased.......


We didn't go anywhere yesterday we had a BBQ the day before with some friends and off later for another, just hope the weather holds out.

We watched some of the Diamond Jubilee events on TV and Wow! it looked amazing on the Thames didn't it?

Anyway, I have a card to share with you today using the Stampin' Up! hostess set called Pedal Presents

I used Pretty in Pink and Pear Pizzazz and the little flowers punched using the Itty Bitty Shape set of 3 punches.

The other stamp set is Hopeful Thoughts


Here is a closer look, I used Stampin' write markers to colour in..... psst don't look too close my contact lenses needed a clean tee hee.......


Well what ever you are doing today I hope the weather is kind to you

....... Until next time ............ have a great day!

5 comments:

annette.smith said...

What a gorgeous little card Peg!!! love it xx

Caseycards said...

So romantic - this one is just beutiful. And I so want that stamp set!!!!!

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Margaret said...

Oh this is gorgeous Peg - so pretty!
Margaret x

Kreativstudio Annett said...

Wow, I love this card. It's an inspiration for me. Your blog is an inspiration. I love to watch your projects. They show the floral romance of England. I love England because of its flower designs. We don't have that in Germany. And I love flowers. Thank you for your blog and your projects. You do a great job.
Greetings from Germany
Annett