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Monday, 17 October 2011

If I knew you were coming....

Hi there guys...
Just want to say 'Thank you' to everyone who entered the Wild Rose Studio Festive Fun Blog Hop.... and as it's nine o'clock....as Dermot would say...'The lines are now Closed'.

There will be a lot of checking now and when I have the final names and we have made sure we have comments and cards, I will do the draw and post up the winner, so please bear with me.

I really enjoyed coming to visit all your blogs and seeing all your christmas makes especially seeing Milton and Pickle!
So how about a little peek at Miltons girlfriend, Millie.

She's baking again... All papers are Wild Rose Studio.
I coloured Millie and layered her onto gingham...the background paper was the inspiration for the colours...soft lilacs, greens and lemons!

                              I used my little cupcake Sizzix die just as a little added extra.


                       The Happy Birthday strip is from East India Company and come in a pack...
                                                        they are actually paperchains.


I love using glitter and beads on my cake frosting.



                     I will be back with more Millie and hopefully some more Christmas Cards..
                       This weekend has been very busy...lots of dancing...Disco and Barn!

                                                                     TTFN......X

5 comments:

  1. HI Sally-
    THanks for the comment on my blog. Ugh, I left my link in the comments section, I didnt leave it in Mr. Linky. Oh Well.

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  2. What gorgeous colours you've used here Sally! Love the layout and the cute cupcake. x

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  3. Oh this is just so cute. Millie is gorgeous and I love the scrummy looking cupcake detail. A lovely card. xxx

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  4. So cute, Sally! I love all the pastels you used on your card, and those ginghams are fantastic. I also like your cute and sparkly cupcake. I wish Milton's girlfriend would bake something for me!

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