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Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Too much purple??

Hello there...told you I'd be back! Can't miss a Sweet Sketch Wednesday sketch!

It's been another busy, a physio session, Brownies and I always enjoy coming home and having some craft time! It's World Thinking Day on the 22nd February...a day when all Girl Guides and Girl Scouts think about the other members of the Guiding community around the world. Each year we have a theme and raise money for a charity and the guiding's amazing to think that there are young women all around the world celebrating the same thing. At Brownies this evening we learnt about lots of different coutries in the world and we all brought in food from different countries - in total we represented 26 different countries! At Guides we explored the World Thinking Day theme which is gender equality and empowering women - we talked about what this meant and how small things can lead to big was a really interesting discussion!

Back to the crafting....and I think I might have used a bit too much purple on this card...I got carried away!

I loved using this sketch...thank you Arlana! Pop over to the SSW blog and see all the wonderful DT cards, they're all so gorgeous! The image is from Stamp you remember I won last week's challenge? This fab little fellow is called Kasi and he was drawn by Gerda...I hope I've done him justice!Isn't he cute?! I love the colour combo...all that purple and a splash of bright green...I think its really cheerful!

Right, I've got to get going, I've got a special card to finish off! Tommorow evening I'm going on a ghost bus tour in London with my sister, we've wanted to go for ages and I'm really looking forward to it!

Thanks for popping by today,
Wedgie xxx


Arlana said...

Oh Wedgie your cat couldnt be sweeter. I love the fun colors you used on your card this week. So gald you won that adorable image. Thanks for your sweet comment today. Have a sweet week. Arlana @SSW!!!

mulberry station said...

Oh no....there can never be too much purple. It is one of my favorite colors. Your card is very cute. I adore that little kitten. The added green Dp is the perfect contrast. Very cute card Wedgie. On your meeting tonight, did you bring food from all 26 countries..?? We have done that before and it is really a fun thing to do. You can learn alot about other countries that way. What a nice project to do with the girls.
Hugs, Nancy

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

I think Kasi looks fabulous!!!! I love how you cut him out. Loving all that purple - there is no such thing as too much of one colors :) Thanks so much for playing with us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday.

Deanne :)

Kathie said...

H Wedgie, you can never have to much purple, your mauve. This is one of my very favourite colours and I love your new photo as well. Really cute card I just love that little kitten.
Very pretty papers. Food from 26 countries I do hope New Zealand was there, if so what did they make?
Thanks for sharing your card with us and good luck.
Kathie SSW-Design Team

The Stamper's Touch said...

I have that same cutie of a kitty!!!! You did a wonderful job Wedgie with this sketch!!!!! Thanks for joining us every week!!!!! You're the best!


sweetbloominscraps said...

What a cute kitten! I always love lavender and green together! Makes an adorable card, Wedgie!

Netty said...

You can never have too much purple! ;0) Love him, he's adorable. Annette xx

Jacki Randolph said...

Oh I love the purple never too much!! Kasi is adorable on this layout!! Thanks for joining us this week Wedgie!

Genevieve said...

I love this wee image too Wedgie & you can never have too much purple, my fav colour too! Your card is super sweet this week.
My daughter is in the Guides, they wear their guide uniforms to school on Thinking Day, they all looked very smart. Thanks so much for playing along with us this week :)

Genevieve DT

Sharon Basel said...

Hi Wedgie!
You can never have enough purple in my opinion! This is a darling card and I love how you've used Kasi. Great take on the SSW sketch. Thanks again for joining us week after week - it's fun to see what you create.