Monday, 7 January 2008

Papertake weekly Thankyou.....

The team remit for this weeks challenge over at papertake weekly was to make a thankyou card, I decided that I had loads of pink petticoat cd,s and not really used any I am not quite sure about this card didn't come out quite as I imagined but hey we can't like all our designs can we, so going with the good and the bad!! The image is a stamped one Sue sent to me thanks Sue, he is soooo cute I love him.... penny black one, the sentiment is the elzybells, and papers are of course pp ones and the ribbon is from the crate paper range from Craftworkcards... the bling is freebie from a craft mag... I diecut the image using quickutz revolution range dies....
Don't forget to pop over and se the fabulous design the team have made and have ago too we would love to see your designs,

11 comments:

  1. Really cute card Kim, i think it's turned out smashing:)

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  2. Hi Kim ... love this card ... very fresh and makes me think of spring days ... the stamped image is so cute and pretty
    Debbie
    :-)

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  3. lovely clean crisp card Kimmie:)x

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  4. Lovely card Kim, the colours are very fresh and spring like. x

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  5. Lovely card, really like the colours and layout :0)

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  6. Gorgeous card realy fresh and bright,Dawnx

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  7. Beautiful card Kim, great colours and such a cute stamp

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  8. oh yes such a cute stamp! and I love the fresh spring colour too.

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  9. Wow this is so lovely Card. Gorgeous.

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  10. Fabulous card Kim. I'm hopeless at using the colour green but yours is brilliant and now there's another PB stamp I'll have to put on my wish list!

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