Monday, 24 March 2008

Papertake weekly

Today's Papertake challenge is a sketch by the fabulously talented Katharina, check out her stunning blog HERE.....

Well here is the sketch:

And here is my take on it, I used a high hopes image that was sent to me in a Pif from Mandy (Thanks Mandy he is to die for isn't he...)The ribbon is making memories, the sentiment is from a hero arts sentiments sets, paper is Artic frog, mm very apt that choice, not intentional I must say...lol

Well I loved this challenge and am sure you will too!!!!

12 comments:

  1. Oh this is a gorgeous card, I love the colour and stamp. I just checked out the PTW blog and no post was on there, this is great I can make a start :-)x

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  2. Fab card, love the colours and a great stamp. Your card for Tilda + co is fab as well

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  3. I looked at that sketch and thought oo-er, that's a toughie! But as always a fabulous card Kim. See, this is why you're cardmaker of the year :D

    Liz x

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  4. Gorgeous Kim the colours are lovely. Thanks for Robbyn's comment on my blog.:-)

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  5. Brilliant card ,love the cute stamp ,magic as always ,Dawnx

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  6. He's very cute. I'm still loving your greens!! x

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  7. I really love this one kimmie , what a great sketch and lovely image too:-)

    Sue
    xx

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  8. Wow Kim this is a cute card. Love the colors. Gorgeous work.

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  9. I love this card, it's gorgeous. I have this stamp waiting to be used, I feel inspired!! PS the papers are from the His & Hers collection at Pink Petticoat

    Tara x

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  10. Such a cute card! I love the stamp so much you have used! Great work!

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  11. Deine Karte, die Farben und das Motiv sind wunderschön!

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  12. Oh, this so reminds me of my Sam..all boy!! Fab card Kim!

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