Saturday, 12 March 2011

Kiddies Time at Make It Colourful

Morning Peeps,

I don't personally have a card for you today, but I know a girl who does, lol.  Over at Make It Colourful today Zoe is having a Kiddies challenge with the theme as PINK, so the young children of the DT have been busy creating using all their Mum's stash.  Now I'd be lucky if I managed to get my daughter to colour with me at 19, she isn't too impressed with my obsessiion for paper and colouring pens, but I do have a niece who I have inspired to become involved in this crafting malarky.  Chelsea, is soooo excited to make a card for the challenge post and so into her crafting that I have created her own blog so she can comment on the children's entries and post her creations.  So here is Chelsea, Aged 10, card:-


As she is a new blogger with only me, herself and her mum following her, I know she would be absolutely thrilled if you could pop over and leave her some of that lovely crafters love on her card.  So without further ado hop on over to "Chelsea's Card Haven" HERE.

Have a good weekend Peeps.

8 comments:

Zoe said...

You are such an AWESOME aunt Tracy! I'll be over to share some lovin when Chelsea's post goes live. :) hugs xxoo

Dora said...

O wow this is o so pretty, love the soft pink xxx Have a nice weekend xx

Angela said...

Tracy, your niece made such a sweet card! I hope she had fun making this card! I am going to visit her blog and leave a little love there! hugs, Angela

Chris said...

Chelsea's card is gorgeous Tracy and it's so lovely that she's taken an interest in what you do and joined in. I'm off to take a look at her blog :D. Chris x

Nannieflash said...

Gorgeous card Tracy, shes a real cutie. with hugs Shirleyx

Suzanne said...

A gorgeous card and perfect for our challenge at Fab n Funky this week. Good luck x

Shirl said...

Thanks for the shout out, Tracy! I'm off to leave her some love :)

Maria said...

Congrats to Chesea on her very first post! She did a fabulous job on her card. I so love all the details from the doily to the heart buttons and flowers.

Hugs,
Maria