Thursday, 19 December 2013

Snow Bear @ Top Tip Tuesday


I don't know about you, but this Christmas thing is getting a bit too close for comfort.  My house looks a tip (my own fault, I decided to start redecorating first week in December!), I've no idea who is getting what, and I'm seriously behind on the card front!

Well I can't turn back time and wait until after Christmas to spruce the house up, and thankfully its pretty much done.  The kids pressies are pretty much sorted (and I can always top them up with cash if need be!).  As for the cards - I'm afraid some people are going to get bought cards this year!  Some will still be made ones, but I've decided to put the cape away, and give up being Super Woman this year, it's far to stressful, and frankly, the cape keeps getting caught in the car door, and I'm getting odd looks wearing the tight fitting suit while in the supermarket...

Seriously, why do we do it to ourselves, it is only one day, and as long as the kids are sorted, no-one in my family actually cares about pressies, they just like catching up and relaxing... and if anyone cares to mention that maybe I should have presented the house better, then they will be given a duster and asked to right whatever wrongs they can spot!   Hmmm, I could could say something meaningful about the spirit of the season here, but I think you get the point :-D

Anyway, I think this is pretty much it from a Christmas/Season's Greetings card point of view from me this year.  Depending on how things go, there might be one or two more, but I'm not worrying if not!

OK... so this fortnights Top Tip Challenge was to incorporate Snowflakes and I used an image from this fortnights sponsor - Stampfairy - this little guy is Barry Winter 1.  I just love this little guy - how cute is he?

I know the snowflakes are subtle on this one, as I've used Kraft CS, but they are there... honest!!

I used papers, cheesecloth and pins from Live and Love Crafts, plus my go-to Christmas die by Memory Box.
And I liked it so much, I did another one, in a different colourway, and reversed the position of the bows and bits and bobs

Still love him in his blue outfit...

Again, I've blinged up his hat, and added gems to the die cut (on this one, the gems on the lace came already attached!)

So there you go, wait ages, and two come along at once!

Thanks for stopping by... 

Sue xx

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Keep It Clean (and Simple) @ LCI


It's just stuck me how similar both my posts are today - it's really not intentional!

I made this card a couple of weeks ago for a demo evening at my friends, Karen, Bev and Stacey's Craft ClubKerry (aka Head Ladybug) very kindly let me use this rather fab image, and it was a bonus as it fitted perfectly with Susan's challenge at Ladybug Crafts Ink which is

I really like this image, it's cool and stylish and works so well with a CAS style - if you want your own, it's called Shoe Tree Delight, and there is also Handbag Delight for the handbag lover in your life!!  It was also lots of fun seeing the ladies who came to the demo night play create their own versions of the card.  I'm certainly no Copic star, but I'm happy to help others try things and pass on tips and hints that I've picked up through trial and error (mostly error, if I'm honest!)

Why is my picture fuzzy!!!  I blame the photographer (me!!)  I'll try and change it to a non-blury one ASAP.  Honestly, you'd think I'd taken it after my work Christmas Party (hic!)

This will be the last LCI challenge this year... boooo.... but we will be back on 4th February.... hurrah!... with lots more inspiration and images galore - double hurrah!!  Can you tell it's Panto season?  LOL

Before then I hope to be posting lots of lovely cards, but in the meantime, I hope you have fun playing along with this fortnights challenge

Thanks for stopping by

Sue xx

Please can I enter these challenges

As You Like It Challenge - Favourite Digi (this one is my new fave - why... if you could see my shoe cupboard all would become clear!)

Snowflakes @ Top Tip Tuesday


I need to fess up here, this is NOT the card that I should have been posting today, but there was a slight hic-cup, caused in no small part by the entire family (except me!) being ill, and me not being as on top of things as I usually am... honestly, you'd think that I was a planner in real life, and should be organised with everything that is going on!  oooooh... wait... that is what I do... bother!

Anyway, I hope to post the original card as a mid-way reminder next week, or maybe before if I can't wait :-D

Soooooo, today's Top Tip Tuesday Challenge is Snowflakes, and we are sponsored by Stamp Fairy.

I've gone a bit CAS today though (just wait til you see the very-not-CAS card that should have been making an appearance today!!).  I'm loving embossing on Kraft - it looks fabulous and it you get a hot-spot it doesn't seem to notice as much as on pure white- not that I do that ever!!  Also, as the festive season (and last posting dates) gets ever closer I think we all go a bit simpler, if nothing else, the postage costs of heavy cards are horrific when you are posting more than just one card!

I've used one of my oldest ever stamps - it's a wooden one and was one of the cheapest I ever bought, so it's a bit of a mare to stamp, but I still like it.  I've used a Metallic black embossing powder with a hint of glitter.  But a Snowflake it most certainly is!

Hope you are having a better week than me - it can only get better from here for me!

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you have time to play along with the challenge

Sue xx

Please may I enter these Challenges

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

We've got the Blues (and White) at LCI


This week's Ladybug Crafts Ink Challenge is a brilliant one, just in time for Christmas (or any other time, thinking about it!), as we'd love to see your 

Blue and White

creations - anything from a rich royal blue, to a frosty ice blue, or how about a regal navy blue?

Actually, I didn't realise it at the time, but I redecorated my bathroom in some lovely blue shades at the weekend... and re-painted the ceiling white too.  I didn't take any pictures of this particular ladybug taking the challenge a bit too seriously and painting herself white and blue as well... :-D  Still it looks a million times better and fresher now than it did on Friday!  I've just a few bits and bobs to finish, and some accessories to make, things that I had before to upcycle, and maybe treat myself to a new towel set, and it'll be back to bathroom heaven :-D

Enough of the rambling, back to the challenge... I went for a teal/turquoise blue, although I will say it's a lot more blue in real life than the piccies show!  That ribbon looks a bit green from here, but I promise you it's not!

 I've used some MME papers, not Christmas ones, but the colours work, and who'd know!

As I wanted some cards to send this year that were a bit more traditional, but still glam and in my normal style, and this one - Christmas Wreath Delight - is simply perfect.  I've coloured it with a selection of blue pens, adding a touch of green to the foliage, then adding a dash of glitter to the ribbon and some of the baubles.


 I decorated the inside to match - this sentiment was a freebie from a magazine

Hope you have fun joining in with this challenge

Thanks for stopping by

Sue xx

Be Krafty at Top Tip Tuesday


How are you?  OK I hope, I've not been about as much as I would have liked in the last week - sorry!  I have been busy though and have some things to share, hopefully in the next couple of days, if I remember to take some photos!

Anyway it's time for another Challenge at Top Tip Tuesday where this fortnight the challenge is to

Be Krafty

Just my kind of a challenge, as I am a proper convert to Kraft, and it seems to work with all sorts of colours. 

For this card I just let the Kraft do its thing, with just a hint of white and a pop of colour on the image. 

 I've used Snowman Ornament 1 from Bugaboo, who along with Shape EZ are this fortnights sponsors.  I love this cute little guy, but decided as he is quite simple to print him out three times and fussy cut and decoupage the layers up.  I'm itching to print him out again and try him as a CAS card - maybe I'll get the chance this week :-D

Sorry, this isn't the best picture, blame the photographer!

Thanks for stopping by

Sue xx 

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Getting Krafty @ LCI


This fortnights LCI challenge has been set by the rather fun and fabulous Sally (have you checked out her blog??? No, what are you waiting for??? Her cards are gorgeous!!!), who has asked us to

Get Krafty

Don't mind if I do!!!  Lol :-D

I do love a bit of Kraft CS, it really sets an image off - sometimes I use a colour or white, but Kraft is my go-to for a base card, and often for an accent too :-D

Sorry, there's me chatting, not showing piccies, again....

There's all sorts of stuff going on with this card, just love this LCI image - Tom and Snowman - I'm not too sure what the reindeer thinks about being used as a stepladder, but needs must ;-).  I took the colour cues from the lovely papers I got from Live and Love Crafts, and then just went nuts with Lace, Jute, Pins and a fabby brass mittens embellishment also from Live and Love Crafts, some flowers, button, ribbon and velvet ric-rac from my stash, and there are dew drop gems, embossing, glitter, and die cuts too.  The banner sentiment is from Stampin' Up, and although quite a few friends seem to have started selling their lovely products, I got these from Caroline a few weeks ago.  Naughty me, I didn't buy the die (is there a die for this one????) I just used my scissors... even if I had the die (if it exists!) I reckon when you are only cutting 3 out, scissors are far easier :-D  I've also gone a-la DT buddy and friend Julie and played loop-da-loop with the bakers twine.  I know it's a bit busy, but it's a Christmas card, and we are all busy at Christmas, so it kinda fits... LOL!!

Here's a close up of this cutie of an image :-D, and a different shot

Hope you like this one as much as I do


Sue xx

Exciting News!!


I've been itching to tell you a secret... good job my internet connection got affected by the storms a couple of weeks ago or I'm sure I would have blabbed before now!  Soooo... do you want to know?

Cool huh?  I do love a good tip - sometimes we all look at something and try to figure it out, and Top Tip Tuesday Challenge Blog gives away all those little secrets that all crafters, regardless of how long they've been crafting for, can benefit from

Shall I share my first creation as a newbie DT member?  Deneen found this little gem from back in 2010

Never being one for convention I flipped the sketch 90 degrees, and fiddled with the shapes a bit :-D

I like this card - it's quite flat (for me!) so at least one card this year isn't going to cost me a fortune in postage :-D

The papers are MME ones from my stash (still on a paper diet... I'm trying to use stuff up, worryingly I can't see any significant impact!!)

I just love this Nevaeh image from Saturated Canary - she's available as a proper stamp from Stamp and Create, one of this fortnight's challenge sponsors.  I really like using images throughout the year, just amending the colour scheme to suit - I can't wait to colour Nevaeh in spring colours when the weather turns warmer!

Hope you like my first card for Top Tip Tuesday Challenge Blog

Sue xx

Please may I enter these challenges

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Introducing Cassie, one of the new Girls at LCI!


Did you like the first 6 of the new   released last week?  Today sees the release of the second set of ladies, and I have been given the glamourous Cassie to play with.

I just love monochrome cards, and couldn't resist using some of my black and cream papers for this one!

I couldn't resist using a pop of red though :-D  And she looked like a blingy sort of a girl to me, so I went a bit nuts with the crystals and pearls all round her, and glitter on the boxes and on her red shoes!  I just wish I could get the camera to calm down and take a decent picture when there is quite a bit of sparkle on a card... it can't be operator error :-D

Have a great week - I'm hoping to post something soon, but it might not happen - I'll see how I go!!

Thanks for looking, Sue xx

Please can I enter these challenges
Stampin for the Weekend - Anything Goes
Sweet Pea Stampers - Sparkle and Shine
Top Tip Tuesday - Black and White and a Splash of Colour (my top tip is to try not to be too ordered when you are placing as many gems as this - make it random!)

Getting Spooky for Through The Craft Room Door


I quite often enter the challenges at Through The Craft Room Door, and one challenge I thought "oooh, they are asking for GDT, why not pop off a little email and see what happens!

I was pretty stunned when Sandi came back to me, and asked me to join in with today's challenge, but I really enjoyed working with this gorgeous Paper Shelter image Was Not Me, you can just imagine the cats expression!

I used some Bo Bunny papers from an age ago, some lime green ribbon and a witches broom die cut I found in my stash, along with a TH die cut - I don't use this one enough!!

Do you think the cat has knocked over her hair die... lol!!

Many thanks to Sandi and all the team for inviting me to join in with the fun this week

Sue xx

Please may I enter these challenges

Friday, 18 October 2013

Magnum and Lily's Winter Wonderland


Ladybug Crafts Ink are Sponsoring this weeks Winter Wonderland Challenge, and Julie and I agreed to do a card as a Guest Design spot.

As the theme is Carol Singers we just had to use Carolling Magnum and Lily... just love the antics of these two - and not just the Christmas ones, have you seen the day-to-day stamps, and a few that are only available as digi's here and here.

Anyway, enough waffle from me, here's my card

I was umming and ahhing about if there was enough decoration on here - you know me, more-is-most-definately-more, and I'm in recovery after my very CAS card earlier in the week!!

I couldn't help but go for a tabby look for Magnum again, and got busy fussy cutting the image

I really like how fussy cutting the image has made the door really look like it's coming towards you!

Papers and Cheesecloth are from Live and Love Crafts, Magnolia Doo-Hickey tag, Memory Box snowflake wreath, Pins, Ribbon, Lace Charm, Gems and Button from my stash

Thanks for stopping by

Thursday, 17 October 2013

Take 3...


I hope you are laying down!  This is my third card in a week, can you believe it!  No, me neither :-D

I made this card a little while ago for a magazine article featuring the Ladybug Crafts Ink Killer Heels collection - I think I'm safe to show it now!

I'm really sorry about the poor picture quality - I took a quick snap to send to head Ladybug, and then took some more using my lightbox later, but HB appears to have deleted those ones from the memory card... and as it has long been posted, there is not a lot I can do about it now!

The image is Killer Hearts, and the obvious thing would have gone for red or pink, but I like breaking with tradition and went for browns and creams :-).  I wasn't sure it would work, but was really pleased with the outcome!  Just goes to show that a great image will colour up in any shade and still look fabulous!

Love this La-La Land heart banner die and the twiddly one from Memory Box, the papers are from my Simple Stories "Documented" 6x6 pad, and the ribbon is from my stash, and I went round the edge of the image with some guilding flakes

That's it from me today, more tomorrow!

Wednesday, 16 October 2013

It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas...


I thought I'd share yet another Chistmas card today, another one using one of the many Lili of the Valley images in my collection

I've had a count up of the number of cards I need and I will probably still be going in February at this rate!  I think I'm going to have to do a few quick and simple ones to bump up the numbers!

I used some of the lush papers I got from Live and Love Crafts, the lace is from there too - it's stunning, it took me quite a while to cut this one up!  The charms, brads, pins and flowers are all from my stash, and the snowflake die cut in the corners is by Memory Box

The sentiment (magazine freebie) has been stamped on a scrap of paper before being stuck to some chipboard, then die cut with a Sizzix die and distressed to show some of the chipboard, pinning it onto the card with a brad

I coloured these cute little pengiuns up with my copics, then spread some snow-tex around the base of the igloo, then shook glitter over it while still wet.  I'm not totally sure I like the effect, but maybe I just need a bit more practice!

I decorated the inside with more of the same papers, and some assorted stamps

Hope you like it, thanks for stopping by

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Meet Hillary and the Skinny Malikies at LCI


I've been a bit tardy posting on here recently... apologies!

Today is a special day at LCI, as we are celebrating the release of a new range of digi images - have a look at the store to see the first 6 in the release!

I've used the rather fabulous and stylish Hillary

Now anyone that knows me will be a bit shocked by the simplicity of this card, but I thought this image would be great to send to a friend as a simple hello, plus I've been itching to try colouring on Kraft for ages, but never been brave enough!

Anyway, I quite like it, and it certainly took me less time to do than the more-is-more style that I usually go for!

I don't have any prisma pencils, so just used my copics... hmmm I can see an addition to my Christmas list coming soon!!

Anyway... you need a letter from me...

Cos I'm Nice, I'm Not goiNg to make you huNt for it too much :-D

Thanks for stopping by


P.S.  Please can I enter these challenges

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Late, but not square at LCI


I was supposed to post this card this morning... naughty me!  I was meant to be putting the finishing touches to it last night, but was a bit shaken up after a very near miss with a 4x4 in the lanes, after he went off the road, through the hedge and fence into a field, to miss the van in front of me, only to come back onto the road right by me.  He missed me by millimetres, and I was pretty freaked out when I got home and realised just how lucky I'd been.  What an idiot driving that fast on country lanes, hope it costs him a fortune to repair the damage!

Anyway, I finished my card off tonight instead, and Kerry (head ladybug!) has promised not to sack me :-D

The lovely Lyndsey has chosen this fortnights challenge at Ladybug Crafts Ink and she would like to see

No Squares

After I stopped hyperventilating at not being able to use squares... I always use squares!!... I thought, OK, I'll go with circles and got busy with my circle cutter (I don't have a set of the big nesties, or even a big die cutting machine!).  The simple compass like cutter doesn't cut circles anywhere as neatly as a cie, but it does the job :-D

I used some MME papers from my stash (they are halloween ones, not that there is a lot of the paper left to see!) and black and dark orange cardstock.  Despite it meant to be a spooky card, I couldn't resist adding a TH die cut, lace, ribbons, pins, bows and pearls and a bit more lace!  I also inked up one of the stamps I got from Stampin Up, then coloured in the white bits with some distress ink

I just love colouring up Magnum, please don't ask me how I do the stripes, I just keep adding more colour and, and blend it out with lighter tones from the same colour family until it looks kinda right, there's no science to it :-D  I printed the Pumpkin in a larger than life size, and popped Lily on Magnum's hand.  If you like Magnum, check out all the add-on's that you can get to make him a cat for all seasons here!

It's not a super scary Halloween card, but I hope you like it!

Please may I enter these challenges
Top Tip Tuesday - Get In Shape (my TT is you don't always need expensive dies to make shaped cards, look around you, raid the kid's geomatry kit if need be!)

Thanks for stopping by

Love, Sue xx

Monday, 9 September 2013

Moving times...

Hello, I'd intended to post this earlier, but it just didn't happen.  I'm not at all sure where the day has gone!

It's been a funny week!  The kids both went back to school, and I have been struggling to get back on top of timings, especially with my eldest just starting at his new school.  He looks so grown up in his new uniform, complete with tie and blazer, and he is certainly going to get fit, as he now walks from class to class, and his bag weighs a ton (more than my handbag and that is saying something!)

On Thursday I got caught up in the aftermath of the Sheppey Crossing accident.  I drive across it every working day, and it certainly was very sobering to see so many cars, vans, lorrys and motorbikes all smashed into one another like that, thankfully no one was killed, and my thoughts and prayers go out to anyone injured and their families.

I wasn't perhaps in the best of mindsets to go to Silverstone yesterday with the race team I help out with at weekends.  We weren't expecting much as it's a big old circuit, and a little tiny classic Mini was going to be outrun by pretty much everyone, and we thought we'd be last in class.  Just shows how wrong you can be, as ended the day with a 2nd in class/11th overall, then a 1st in class, 4th overall and a new lap record... which just goes to show that things don't always turn out as you expected.  There will be a video lurking on You-Tube at some point I expect, but it takes forever to upload!

Anyway, I guess I should share a card, as it's been a while!

One of my colleagues moved into her new house on Friday - it's her first home on her own with her Daughter, and I wanted to send her something to wish her well

It's not that fussy, but I like it :-D.  There are some subtle things in there, like a compass (it was on the Bo Bunny "Weekend Market" paper, and seemed like it was meant to be).  The compass pointer swivels and is a TH clock hand thingy)  I cut up a second sheet and 3D'd the world on foam pads, much to the horror of one of the ladies from craft club who goes pale whenever I get the scissors out and start attacking bits of paper!  I have to say I've never worried about cutting into sheets of paper like that

I then cut a label out from Kraft CS and added a few guilding flakes round the edge, and threaded with ribbon

The image is one from a Time for Tea and I think was a facebook freebie called Moving Day - I'm not sure if it's on sale but I couldn't find it in the store?!  I found a few others whilst looking though :-D

I think she liked it :-D

I think that's all my news for now

Love, Sue xx

Please may I enter these challenges

Sue xx

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Snow New Release @ LCI


Can you believe it's September already?  Where is the year going to?  It only seems like yesterday I was going to work in boots and a heavy coat, and now the shops are full of them again... sigh... the British summer is far too short for my liking!

And you know Christmas is just around the corner, so the ever so helpful Kerry is releasing a new range of Christmas digi images over at the Ladybug Crafts Ink store which just perfect to get you a great headstart.  Don't forget the LCI summer sale is still on (at least it is when I wrote this!), so grab the opportunity to get your hands on the fabulous range of cling stamps with a whopping 70% off!

The challenge over at the LCI challenge blog is Winter Wonderland.  As ever at LCI, we're a flexible kind of a bunch, and love to see your designs, so any kind of Winter Card is welcome :-D

Of course it wouldn't be a LCI new release without the chance to win an additional prize on top of what is already offered for entering the challenge - one lucky person who comments on the main challenge post will win all 10 images!

I think that's quite enough housekeeping for the time being :-D  Onto my card

I kept this one a bit more simple than of late... And check me out, using my old MME Lost and Found 6 x 6 stash!  Makes me feel slightly less guilty about all my recent aquisitions :-D.  I also used my La La Land Fancy Bracket Die on the right hand vertical panel

 I used the Tree image, and coloured him up, added glitter, then cut him out with a circle die using the Out of the Box technique as I couldn't resist popping his hat off the circle - the tutorial here explains it far better than I can!  I then used a Memory Box "Frostyville Wreath" Die, and tucked it behind his hat, and added gems... well I said I was keeping it simple, but I just couldn't resist!


A ribbon tied into a bow, a sentiment, and ta-da!  One card... and I reckon this might be a good design for batch making cards... says she, who despite all good intentions will probably be found mid-December onwards, trying to get out of the house to see friends while still sticking the card together, getting covered in glitter, and handing it over without envelope because there will be wet glue on there somewhere :-D  Maybe this year will be different though!

That's it from me for today, more tomorrow :-D

Sue xx

Sunday, 1 September 2013

A Stampin' Up sort of a day...


Sorry I've not posted in a bit, I've been trying (and failing!) to get the kids ready to go back to school, most of the uniforms have been bought, shoes, trainers, and football boots have been purchased, and I have spent most of the week sewing name labels into everything.  Yes sewing... I cannot tell you how much I wish I'd just got the iron in ones now!!

Anyway, I've persevered and only have 3 jumpers, two blazers, the PE kits, lab coats and CDT apron to go... oh I thought I was doing quite well until I read the still to do list! :-(

I was pleased to take time out from stabbing myself with a needle this afternoon to go round my friend and colleague Sandra's house, as she was having a Stampin' Up party.  Now I'd never been to a Stampin' Up party before, and didn't quite know what to expect, but had a great time, and placed a teensy weensy order for a few bits and bobs :-D

The demonstrator, Caroline was excellent, and took the time to explain the products to the group, and let us have a little play :-D.  I'm looking forward to getting my order, although I think I've been a little conservative in what I've ordered, they are very me!  And I have Caroline's details if I want anything else :-D

Anyway, here's a few snaps from the afternoon (apologies for the poor quality of the pictures!)

Here's Caroline, with the demo card we made... I left mine at Sandra's, will post it another day (what an idiot!)  It's quite a simple design that is perfect for mass makes, but one that allows each person to customise the design to their tastes, adding more fuss and detail, or leaving it as is would make an equally striking card.

Browsing the catalogues

 Picking a winner of the lucky dip

The lucky winner, Suzie being presented with her prize by Caroline

Some of the ladies getting creative! - Sorry for the blurred image - its an action shot! :-D

All in all, it wasn't what I expected at all (for the better, before you wonder!), and it was lovely to meet some new people, catch up with others I'd met before, and spend some time outside of work with some of my colleagues

That's it from me for now, I'll be sharing some cards this week! 

Hope you've had a great weekend

Sue xx

Monday, 26 August 2013

Christmas Cutie


It's rare these days I make a card as a just because, they are normally for challenges, or specific occasions (and I guess today's is for a specific occasion, just not with a specific person in mind!), so it's quite nice to just play and see where I end up :-D

Now I admit going a bit mad with the decoration on this one.  It's certainly one of my More-Is-More cards, LOL!  There's die cuts, gems, ribbon, muslin, two stamps, lace, flowers, glitter, twine and a charm on here!

I'm blaming Laurie wholeheartedly for introducing me to Live and Love Crafts - all I can say is yum!  I was after some muslin for ages, but couldn't find it in any local craft shops, and Laurie suggested I try here, and I'm so glad I did!  The papers and embellishments are lovely, Scandinavian in style, and I was very impressed at the speedy service!  So much so I've already placed a second order :-)

The main image is a Lili of the Valley one from a couple of years ago, coloured as always with my trusty copics

and the "Happy Christmas" I think is an Inkadinado Inchie one, again from a couple of years ago.  I'll admit not really having inked this one before now, but I think it looks great stamped in Cocoa Momento ink, coloured, and cut out, then holes punched in the top and bakers twine threaded through to  create a loop that hooks on under the bow.

The inside is decorated in some music sheet paper that I had in my odds and ends box, which has been distressed at the edges with the same Antique Linen distress ink that is on the main image on the front, and on the sentiment inside.  The sentiment and baubles are from a set - MME Lost and Found Christmas.

OK that's one Christmas card done, about 50 more to do!  I need to speed up!!

Please may I enter these challenges
C is for Challenge - Animals (hope the dog in the image is OK!)
Bunny Zoes - Bingo (Ribbon, Sparkle, Charms)

Have a great week

Sue xx