Monday, April 5, 2010

Spring bird- for a number of Challenges

This card is for a few challenges:
Inchie Inklings first challenge - a sketch
Digidoodle Shop's first challenge- Easter/Spring
and another entry in Anne's Bird challenge for April
All the stamps on the inchie ( total of 4) are from Hero Arts, the sentiment by Stampit, ribbon by Sullivan's and paper by Grant Archival. 
Today is another day off work here.... Easter Monday.  Earlier today hubby and I went out into the country a bit (20 mins drive from where we live) to go look at some native trees that we are thinking of planting.... but it was closed... However on the way we past through Coatsville ( a small country town) and they were having their Easter Markets so we stopped off on our way back. Lots of lovely stalls with Hand crafted jewellery, sculptures, clothes, food and best of all a Cheese shop... so we got some lovely Gouda and Paramsen, imported from Europe but at market prices.  Looking forward to eating these lovely cheese.

7 comments:

Lisa Strahl said...

Congrats on combining all of these challenges together! Well done and thanks so much for playing along with our ever first sketch. :)

Lisa Strahl
Inchie Inklings

Tilly said...

Lovely card, Dawn. I just found your blog and have bookmarked it for future visits. When I saw "Coatesville" I did a double take. I thought: surely not OUR Coatesville?! And it was! Used to live in Albany but now in Kaiwaka. Looking forward to seeing your creations in the future.
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Tiffany said...

Sounds like you had a lovely day out shopping and eating! Love your card, and goodness, how neat you were able to use this for so many different challenges!

Tilly said...

Hi Dawn. No I don't work for Kaipara Council. Wrong Tilly! LOL

Vanessa said...

Love your card! Great design! Glad you were able to get some cheese - I can't imagine not being able to go and get some Parmesan in the next supermarket!

Eveline said...

What a lovely card.
And what a fun idea you're eating Gouda cheese at the other end of the word.
Have a good day.
Eveline.

Suzanne C said...

Lovely card! The shopping sounded really lovely!