Wednesday, 19 March 2008

Sugar Nellie challenge ~4

Sugar Nellie Challenge

""On to Challenge 4, this week the challenge was to produce a card for Easter. Okay so we are cutting it a bit fine as this is in four days but I'm sure you will all rise to the challenge!""

Well I thought I wouldn't be able to join in on this one, was getting a little upset seeing all the lola stampies, and knowing I couldn't use mine as they are on vacation, I miss em dreadfully I do.....

Until Paul said well fish is easter (Good Friday) Der!!!! stoopid me, why of course, New Nellie to the rescue!!!! going by the name of Fishing Luca..... again kept it simple and using me free papers again, I quite like this issues set....

10 comments:

  1. Fantastic, love the coloring and that paper is perfect for it.

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  2. lovely card, goes fab with the paper

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  3. I love this little fella kim and what a smashing card you have made with him:-)

    Sue
    xx

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  4. he's fab, I haven't even cut mine out yet!

    In answer to your question about my skater boy he is a Rakle stamp (Norway stamp design) and can be yours if you go here

    http://www.scrapmagasinet.no/shoppen/

    Lisbet, is very helpful if you get stuck (site isn't in English yet!) HTH Frances x

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  5. Smart Paul! Now you made me think of the fish fry they have on Friday's during lent. Nice job!

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  6. Great idea Kim. And also a great card!

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  7. Lovely card as always Kim...."Have a great Easter":)x

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  8. He's adorable Kim! and he looks fab with the paper!
    Nicola xx

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  9. Wonderful card Kim, love the stamp.

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  10. What great colouring Kim!! Can't wait to get this motive myself. Fabulous card!

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