Thursday, 29 October 2015


Who doesn't think lemonade just sounds like summer?  Freshly squeezed lemons, some honey, maybe some fizzy water, a sprig of mint,  mmmmmhhmm, what a treat.   Maybe in a hammock under a shady tree?  We are just coming up to summer here so the citrus trees are loaded. Or maybe it's winter where you are, how about a hot lemon drink to get some natural vitamin C?  You don't need to have a cold to enjoy it!

To give someone a treat in the card, how about popping in a recipe for homemade lemonade, or sachets of instant?

Lemon stamp: A Day for Daisies
DrinkyGlass stamp: Sorry folks, it was just in my scrappy box of tricks, probably given to me by someone else
Sentiment HeidiSwapp
Strip of d/s tape and crystal glitter.  Images coloured with Reno pens.  Some Kindyglitz and wink of stella white.

Challenges:  LIM - Sketch 17
A Dayfor Daisies - Treat


Sazzle Dazzle said...

Beautiful images, delightful colouring and a clever take on the sketch.
thanks so much for playing along this week!
Sarah xx
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Cathy P. said...

Gorgeous coloring, Carol. I especially love your lemon and the stippled effect you gave it. Your idea of including a recipe as a sweet treat is clever! Love it! Thanks for playing along with our Sweer Treat challenge at ADFD. Cathy ADFD DT

Anne said...

Lovely shading on that lemon Carol and a super take on our sketch!
Thank you for joining us
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My Card Attic: Hazel said...

Hot lemonade sounds delish (we in UK are in winter now) great design! Have a lovely day. Happy to be your latest follower! Hazel x

Chrissie said...

The lemon looks fab!
My mouth is watering!
Thanks so much
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Tanja said...

love the layout and your coloring - thanks for joining us at A Day for Daisies

Neets B said...

Great colouring and the images work really well with the plaid background.
Sorry for the late visit!
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
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What a lovely CAS card, perfect for our A Day for Daisies challenge this fortnight! Thanks for joining us. Good luck!
Jen Leeflang