Tuesday, 18 March 2008

CPS #56

Another sketch,this time CPS #56 I kept this one quite simple and the design was inspired by this card by Nicola at my paper world The stamp is made by 1st class stamps and a bargain @ £2.75, and got it at the make it show...., the sentiment is from the new clear set by hero arts, and of course the trusty nestabiliies dies, I gelly rolled the lips and red bits on image...

12 comments:

  1. wow kim.. this is really a simple but striking card. love the reds and black with this image.
    great work

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  2. OMG! Kim! she is gorgeous!
    LOVE this so much, she's so classy! (not a bit like me then! LOL!)
    I'm chuffed to bits that I inspired YOU! and I think that your bargain stamp is beautiful!
    Nicola xx

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  3. Love the coulours on this card kim.Another fabby creation:-)

    Sue
    xx

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  4. Hi Kim
    Could you email me your addy so that I can finally get your PIF candy sent to you WOO HOO .. sorry it has taken so long I've had a bit of a crazy mental life the past few months and would really like to get this out to you today if possible.
    Debbie
    :-) x

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  5. very pretty! Love that color combination.

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  6. Very pretty! Great job with sketch 56!

    Have a great day,
    ~Lea L.

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  7. This is a gorgeoues card Kim...I just love that stamped image...beautiful and classy...not ike me either!!!LOL:)

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  8. cool! nice job with the cps sketch and like her hat!

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  9. Very stunning!!! You did a fabulous job!! :)

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