Monday, 12 November 2007

Snowy happenings over at Papertake weekly

This is our remit from Steph over at Papertake weekly challenge blog:

this weeks challenge is 'Snowy Scenes' - so
anything that fits the bill! lol! This could be literally a snowy scene

or snowflakes, snowmen etc etc. Have fun! x

This was a great one thanks Steph, A big thanks also for always coming up with great themes....

I am really pleased with the outcome of this challenge, I bought some berautiful papers and snowlflake chipboards from The craft studio at east Farleigh Maidstone, Even though the paper designs are infact christmas ones I thought that they can be used all year round, they are from the Sandylion range and called Holiday dots, The alpha chibaords were from Creative living, and scrumptious ribbon too..... I painted them with brilliance ink pad and stuck some bling on too....

Not ya usual colours for snow, but hey it kinda works don't ya think......


  1. It's lovely Kim - nice colours!!!! x

  2. I think it's a great card Kim,:)

  3. Hey Kim, lovely card, not viewed your Blogg for a while so thought I'd drop on by and say Hellooooooo :o) Donna x

  4. Oh wow Hello right back at ya Donna lovely of ya to pop by and really nice to hear from you, do say a big hello to Julie for me...
    Hope ya pop by again soon, and that you enjoy ya visit to me blog..... and it don't bore the pants of ya too much.... lol

  5. Great card, love the colours and the snowflake looks fab

  6. Lovely card kim ,the papers are beautiful ,Dawnx

  7. Yep it does work! Great card and I love the snowflake.

  8. This is great, i love the colours and it is very festive :)


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