A natural (often man made!) material to soak up liquids. Show us a sponge in your space.

Oooh, couldn't resist sharing this little bit of loveliness I recently won at an on-line crop!
A few Christmas cards to share. All using background papers from this month's Simply Cards and Papercrafts. The first one is based on this week's sketch at I {heart} 2 Stamp.
Thanks for all your great comments, I'll try and catch up with a few blogs later.

And don't be fooled by the cute doggie pics, she is a hairy horror!! My sister dog sat for me whilst I was on holiday earlier this year and I had a phone call - "Help! She's stolen my underwear off the clothes airer" , I very helpfully suggested she use clothes pegs next time!

** Kate **


Jolanda said…
Lovely little sponge! Love the christmas cards!
Terrie Farrell said…
Never seen a sponge like that before.......what is it?
Angela said…
Well I don't know what the sponge is but love the colour.
Bobs said…
I'm not sure what sort of sponge thatis either, but looks lovely! :)

Super cards there too!
Andrea said…
Great Xmas cards, love that Santa he's so cute
Hazel said…
Fab fun cards - love them. Great sponge photo.
Sue Nicholson said…
Never seen a sponge like that before. Is it for inking or chalking sponge or whatever :) How unusual.

Like the way you have photographed it against that scrumptious paisley paper :)

OH NO or HO! HO! NO ! Excuse the joke :D Really not motivated with Christmas despite Hazels blog giving a countdown of 90 days! Great cards. Loving the lilac and blues.

jen del muro (iheart2stamp.com) said…
cute cute cute!!!!!

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