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Saturday, 8 November 2014

Allsorts Challenge 284

Hope you are all having a good weekend.  Saturday again and that means the start of the new challenge over at Allsorts.  This week it is my turn to host and l have chosen

Poppies or Remembrance

When l chose this theme l did not realise how many of my stamps had poppies on them, in the end l went for a stamp l bought recently from Inkylicious. The design team have some amazing inspiration to share with you over on the challenge here along with all the details.  I wish l lived closer to London as l would have loved to see the poppies at The Tower.


Stamp by Inkylicious Poppy Lea
Inks - Adirondack 
Sentiment Stampin Up
Liquid Pearls, stickles.

We have been generously sponsored by
Cuddly Buddly with a gorgeous selection of stamps for one lucky winner

Marianne Designs with a surprise gift for another lucky winner
Marianne Designs

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:-
TBA

Thank you for stopping by and for your comments and hope to see you over on the challenge x Susan x

19 comments:

  1. This is stunning Susan, such a beautiful image and gorgeous colours.
    Sue xx

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  2. how beautiful, Susan and very apt xx

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  3. A very beautiful card, and gorgeous poppies.
    Have a lovely weekend
    Lorraine x

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  4. I love your theme Susan, thank you. And really like what you have done with the Inkylicios stamp. a very fitting scene for this weekend.

    Have a good weekend.

    B x

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  5. Stunning card and a great theme to choose. Shona x

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  6. Hi Susan a beautiful card love that image. I would have loved to of seen the poppies too. David Cameron has just announced they will be making part of it a permanent fixture so perhaps in the future! Susan x

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  7. Gorgeous card and a fabulous theme for a challenge xx

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  8. Just beautiful Susan, poppies are favorite of mine too, although I don't have many poppy stamps. They remind me of my childhood, as we used to have some in our garden when I was a child.

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  9. Hi, just catching up on all blogs. Gorgeous card, seen pics of Poppies, AMAZING; xxxxxxxx

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  10. Fabulous card and theme Susan.
    Happy weekend;-))m

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  11. beautiful card Susan I love the poppy scene you have created
    Kevin xx

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  12. Beautiful scene Susan. I too wish I could have seen the Poppies in London.

    Deborah A

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  13. Beautiful card Susan - stunning image and I love the background detail.
    I too would have loved to see the Poppies in London - they looked amazing.
    Hope you've had a wonderful weekend.
    Debs xx

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  14. lovely poppy card susie ... just love that stamp ... my friend went to see the poppy's in London and said it was very moving ... sorry have not visited for a while been buried in christmas cards as I am sure you are toooooo lol ... happy crafting and love sandy xx

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  15. Simply classy & I love it - I live near London & would love to go to, but unless you want to enjoy like a concert, you have to get there at 8am or 5pm, Luv Sam x

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  16. Firstly, thank you very, very much for choosing this theme and helping us to remember to pay homage to those men and women who have served or are serving.
    Secondly, your card is so lovely. I love the delicate little sprigs of red. Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Such a pretty card Susan, your poppy scene is beautiful.
    Pauline
    x

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  18. An amazing and pretty scene Susan. It's gorgeous.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  19. so stunning susan.your poppy scene is beautiful :D

    xx coops xx

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