Wednesday, 19 March 2008

Your a good egg!!!!!!

The Daring card makers midweek extra:

""Now, on to this weeks mid week dare. Its a nice simple one, happily, and all you have to do is make an Easter card ! We have purposely kept the little extra simple because its Sue's first time to dare on Friday - and she has a really tricky challenge lined up for you !! (evil laugh here)."""

ohhh I wonder what Friday's dare will be very intriguing.....

Well my little extra is si very simple one that took 10 mins, I coloured image in with my Karisma pencils as I used linen card stock to stamp image on, it give a very nice effect, although the ickle chick is soooo dinky ya can't really tell...
I also used this months free papers from my fave mag, you guessed it Simplycards and Papercrafts.... The image and sentiment is from on set of dovecraft ickle sets....

I based my card on another of Maria Bell's sketches....

Tee Hee he looks all googley eyed don't he, mmmm perhaps ones eaten too many choccie eggs.....


13 comments:

  1. He be loverly Kim, love his sparkle. I thinks he's had too much choocie too!! x

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  2. Awww such a cute card, i love it!
    Sue
    xx

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  3. aaaawwww what an ickle cutie ... he's adorable .. such a lovely card
    Debbie
    :-))

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  4. Aw I think he`s really "tweet" Kim:)x

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  5. Very sweet card Kim!
    Thanks for your lovely comment! :O)

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  6. what a sweetie, lovely card

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  7. Love the simplicity of this card.

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  8. Lovely card, Kim, 'tweet' image!
    JudyNZ

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  9. Kim, what a lovely card and the sentiments are soooo cute !

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  10. LOL! Feel sorry for him for all that chocolate he ate.
    Elegant card!

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  11. Oh Kim this is so cute. Lovely card.

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  12. What a cutie! I've got this stamp set somewhere, gonna hunt it out now!

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  13. What a little cutie, fabulous card.

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