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Sunday 30 March 2014

Wee Bunny

Hello my lovelies, hope you are having a good weekend, happy Mothers Day to those that celebrate and hugs to all of us that need them today - l know l certainly do.
I had a lovely day out yesterday with my grandaughter - we went to the Deep in Hull to see the penguins, it was fairly quite when we got there at 10.30 but the crowds soon came and it was ever so busy and there were long queues outside when we left, today l have been out in the garden cutting the grass and a bit of tidying up and the garden is looking lovely. Then a M&S Mothers Day meal for dinner - what a bargain for £20 it was lovely.
 The next big job is to start getting the allotment ready for planting, all the sheds on the site were broken into a couple of weeks ago and rotivators and strimmers and tools stolen, hubby says my stuff is still there but l really need to check that for myself as they prised open the door. We had our rotivator stolen 10 years back and it cost me £650 so l won't keep big tools there, l just have a little mantis now that l can lift in and out of the car myself .
I bought this little stamp at Harrogate show - half price from Oyster Stamps and even used the MS clay for the first time too.

Stamp Whimsy Wee Bunny
Coloured with copics and prisma pencils
Papers Craftwork Cards
MB corner die, xcut flower punch
Ribbon, twine, button, gems, 
MS clay & mould
Glamour dust and stickles

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges

Whimsy Inspires 69 Easter, Bunnies & Chicks
Papertake Weekly Sketchie 88
Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes with Buttons
Diva's By Design Buttons & Bows

Thanks for stopping by and for your comments 


Fabiola said...

adorable!! biz

Debs said...

Gorgeous card Susan - the image is adorable and I love the DP's
Jack loved the Deep when we took him years ago :o)
Hope you've had a lovely day.
Debs xx

ps Thanks for playing along with The Divas and at PTW this week.
Good luck xx

Sarah said...

A wonderful card Susan. I have been thinking about getting some clay myself, looking at your fab butterfly I think you've convinced me! Such a shame about the allotment sheds Susan, glad you have the presence of mind not to keep your valuables there. Sad for those that did though xx

Lynsey said...

Beautiful Easter card Susan! Sounds like you have been very busy.
Hugs Lynsey x

Sue said...

Such a beautiful card Susan, I love the cute image and pretty detailing. The clay butterfly looks gorgeous.
Sue xx

Craftin Suzie (Susan Wykes) said...

Hi Susan what a pretty card love your clay butterfly - I have just put some in some frames. Hope everything is intact at your allotment there are some horrible people about! Susan xx

debby4000 said...

Beautiful card, lovely sweet image. We've recently had our shed broken into in our garden had to make huge expensive changes to it to try and stop it happening again. Hope everything is there for you.

Whisper said...

Oooo what a stunning colour combo and what a cute bunny too, Luv Sam x

cotnob said...

This is a gorgeous card Susan, such an adorable image and I love your colour choices.
We have just started to dig the vegetable garden over, with the help of one very enthusiastic chicken - soil was flying in all directions! I love this time of year when we start to plant the seeds in the greenhouse and everything starts to grow.

coops said...

so gorgeous susan.stunning papers and design and i love the adorable bunny ;D

xx coops xx

Mandy said...

Gorgeous card Susie, so sweet and beautifully coloured.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Mandy xx

Sarah-Jane said...

Lovely card, such a cute image. Thank you for sharing it with us at Divas by Design. Hope you will join in with our next challenge which is anything goes.
Sarah-Jane x

Deborah said...

Gorgeous card Susan, and great image for half price. Love the butterfly.

Deborah A