Sunday, 23 August 2015

The Skill of the Photographer is Inversely Proportional to the Number of Sprinkles on a Donut

Hello.  Welcome.  Well, what a weekend.  It was good.  Great weather, lots of visitors, good food and I took time and relaxed.  Ahh, bliss.  Even found a little time to craft.  

OK, so I'm thinking this looks like a chalkboard advert for a donut shop LOL.  Actually that was not my intention.  And of course I added glitter sprinkles just to frustrate the photographer.  I used the sketch from Freshly Made Sketches rotated 90°.  The donuts are Stamplorations Sugar Rush set, stamped, water coloured and fussy cut.  I added glitter sprinkles to give them a bit of glitz.  I stacked them on a black base card and wrote my sentiment with a white gelly roll pen.   Spot the pun??

Joining the fun at
Freshly Made Sketches #200 - A Celebration
The Craft Barn Weekly Challenge - Sweet and Sugary
Stamplorations August Challenge - Theme - Stamps and Watercolours 
Stamplorations Anything Goes Challenge 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz


  1. Fun card! Donuts always make things better! Thank you for helping us celebrate 200 at Freshly Made Sketches!

  2. Intentional or not, I love the chalkboard look. Thanks for joining in our 200th sketch celebration at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

  3. This is super fun! Mmmm....donuts! Thanks for joining our celebration at FMS!

  4. Sounds like a good idea to me!! Thank you for joining in The Craft Barn Challenge.
    Jane x

  5. That dang glitter - it's impossible to photograph. I'd have to agree that it does have a chalkboard-like feel to it but I think that's pretty cool! Thanks for sharing at the STAMPlorations challenge!

  6. Such a fun and cute design. Thanks for sharing at STAMPlorations.


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