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Mar
08

Keeping it in the family

It was Mother’s Day last Sunday  (in the UK). I hope all you Mums out there had some lovely cards and maybe some pampering too. I got one very special card which I wanted to display as I think it is so good. It was from my granddaughter, G who made it completely by herself! When I tell you that she is five years old…

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Good isn’t it? Recognise the style? Like grandma, like granddaughter lol. I have to admit that she gets lots of encouragement from myself and her Mum, (my daughter being very artist too), so it’s bound to rub off! Thank you G for the lovely card. I shall treasure it!

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2 Responses to “Keeping it in the family”


  1. March 6, 2008 at 11:18 pm

    What a gorgeous card! You must have been so proud to receive it. 🙂 Your granddaughter has talented fingers!

  2. 2 kimmikat
    March 10, 2008 at 6:40 pm

    Doesn’t she just! It is on display, pride of place. Thanks Kell xx


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