Sunday, 29 July 2007

Flowers galore !!!!

I just lurve the pocket full of posies stack from DCWV... They are sooo lush......

I made these using chipboard flowers from carftworkcards I am soooo addicted to them....




I was on a roll when I made these so made some more using black n white again...


9 comments:

  1. Beautiful, all of them, i really love the first two especially, the papers are so scrummy,well done Kimmie.

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  2. wow stunning, stunning, stunning!!

    I love the first one... I have some of those flowers unopened.. thanks for the inspiration!

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    enjoy!

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  3. Tagged oh gosh now will have to think about that one , but thanks Kerrie

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  4. Great cards Kim! you have been tagged. Check out my blog for more info :) Caz
    PS its not the same tag as Kerrie

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  5. I love your beautiful cards, especially that neat design of the first. Gotta figure that one out!

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  6. Wow, all of these cards are wonderful!!

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  7. I love them all. great take on the first one with the chipboard

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  8. Hi Kim!!!
    Great card!!!

    Could you email me on sammlivett@hotmail.co.uk as I need some info!

    Ta
    Samm
    x

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  9. All great cards!!

    I especially love the first one :)

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