Tuesday, May 28, 2013


 Hi Crafty Friends, I got a chance to visit my craft room yesterday. Physical Therapy for my ankle is really cutting into my free time but it's helping.
I needed an encouragement card for a friend who lost her job so I looked thru my stamp sets and found this
great There She Goes set, Buckets of Love. (I think that's the name) It had a great sentiment so I inked it up. TSG is having a "circles" challenge this week so found a way to incorporate some with a doily cut and some polka dots. 
I also used The Sweet Stop sketch for this week. 
I've been hoarding this paper pad from Simple Stories but it's high time I use it. I thought the recipient would really like it. 
Thanks for stopping by!

There She Goes 209-Circles
Lexi's-Focus on Sentiment
Catered Crop-Use Yellow in project
Sweet Stampin Challenge-Use Doily or Die


  1. Very pretty Kim. Love the bucket of flowers and the swirls. The doily looks great! Thank you for playing along with us at The Sweet Stop.

  2. This looks lovely Kim and thanks for joining us over at Sweet Stampin this week
    x catherine

  3. Beautiful mix of papers and sweet image! Thanks for playing along with this week's TSG challenge!

  4. Great card for our challenge at Sweet Stampin', Good Luck. Debbiex

  5. What a beautiful card, love your coloring and choice of papers. Thanks for the adding the sketch to your post, I'll definitely give this a go, looks great! :)

  6. This is beautiful Kim! I really like the country feel your color combo and papers exude. Thanks for playing along with TSG - hope you will join us again!

  7. Oh, this is so summery! I love this stamp set from TSG's. Thanks for playing along at The Sweet Stop.

  8. This card is so cute and cheerful! Love the little bucket full of daisies and hearts and that sweet sentiment. Came over from Catered Crop to visit.

  9. Glorious card! :)

    Thanks so much for joining us at Sweet Stampin this week,



  10. Hi Kim - what a lovely card. It's a great take on the sketch and I love the banner sentiment. I'm sure your friend will treasure your thoughts. Thanks for joining us at Lexi's Creations this time.
    Helen x (DT)

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