Thursday, 29 November 2007

Unusual cards...

A few weeks ago I went to creatives for a class taught by Lousette Ashton, we made this lovely card

I loved it sooo much I have been making more since and have altered the design a little, I wanted to make it bigger as it were originally 4 x 4 inch card...

Here is my take on it hope ya like... Mmmmm you can't really see the glitteratie on it


14 comments:

  1. They're gorgeous Kim!! I'd love to get to one of her classes as I saw her demoing when I went up before and her cards were fab, but unfortunatly they always seem to be in the week lol!!

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  2. wow..wow..wow.. I love them!

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  3. I love these. Funky and snowbunnybella makes me melt!!! Did you see the 2 new Bellas???? Gorgeous!

    Isa x

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  4. Great cards made with my favourite stamps!! Jo

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  5. ooh these are sooo lovely Kim:)

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  6. these are stunning and look really interesting

    Mandy

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  7. Those cards are fab Kim. I would love to see a tutorial for them! :)

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  8. Great cards Kim :)

    Hope you had a nice time last night. I am off out today :)
    Cazx

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  9. WOW, i love these, they are so different and would be very eyecatching on the mantlepiece.who's a clever girl eh?

    KIMMIE IS :) :) :)

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  10. Ooh these are fantastic Kim! :)

    Liz x

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  11. they are beautiful, Kim, all of them!

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  12. Wow Kim they are gorgeous brilliant idea love them ,

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  13. These are fab Kim - must take a while!

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  14. Wow Kim these are so unusual and totally fab!!

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