Wednesday, 14 November 2007

Santa's little helper.........

Another card challenge for me today, Over at Daring card makers blog their Tuesday extra is:

Santa's Little Helper is still trying to motivate us into getting those Christmas cards made and this week our subject is
Piles of Parcels

we'd like you to put some gorgeous, tempting, beautifully wrapped Christmas parcels on your cards this time.

Well here is my take on it, I Use Enchanted papers from Craftworkcards, Memory wire from Creative living, (whose online shop is now open) Also the bella image stampand text is from Creatives too, A circular punch and scallop one, the edging around the white circle is freehand and is a little tip I got from The very talented Lousette Ashton, Thanks Lousette...
Hope you likey.... My fave colours too!!!

16 comments:

  1. Fab card, love the colours you have used

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  2. Wow love those colours together. Fab!

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  3. I love this card, very girly :)

    you have been a busy bee these last 3 days haven't you Kimmie?

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  4. This is lovely! great work!

    Samm
    x

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  5. Yjos is fab. Great colours - and your doodled edge looks fantastic

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  6. Great card, love the colours and the fab layout you have used :0)

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  7. OOOhhhheee that's lurvly! Changed ya blog too! Very nice!!! x

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  8. Very girly and love those colours.

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  9. A gorgeous card. I love these Bella's. Lol x

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  10. this is gorgeous, beautiful colours!

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  11. Ooh this is gorgeous Kim! I've really missed seeing your beautiful cards.

    Thanks for adding me to your blog, I've done the same :)

    Sorry to read that your Nan's been poorly, big (((hugs))) to you both,

    Liz x

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