Monday, 19 May 2008

Sketch time over at Papertake weekly.....

It's sketch time again, another great sketch from The Talented Katharina, Thanks Katharina I enjoyed this one....,do make sure you pop over to Papertake weekly to see the great creations the Team has made...

I have used Patterned paper form the Making Memories note worthy range called Hillary Green Floral and the flowers are Petaloo Box Blends, a fabulous buy in all sorts of Hip colours.... Both Flowers and Paper are from Craftsulove ***Waves and shouts.... Hi Girls***

The image of course is Sugar nellie, she goes sooo well with this paper don't ya think!!! The sentiment has got to be one of my faves, from A muse stamps....
Anyhoos here me cardie hopes ya likey.....

11 comments:

  1. Oh Kim this is adorable. Gorgeous card. Love it.

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  2. Wow Kim that is so gorgeous! love the colours you have put together and she looks so sweet :)

    Marlene x

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  3. Wow what a cutie ,love the papers and the image ,Dawnx

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  4. A great card Kim!! Wonderful interpretation of the sketch :)

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  5. Oh i sure do likey,it's gorgeous kimmie.she has to be one of my favourite sugars,she is soooo sweet

    Sue
    xx

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  6. I should say you made her go well with the papers with your coloring. Beautiful!

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  7. *waves back*

    Love that card Kim. Absolutely gorgeous

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  8. she is a cutie, love the colours. x

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  9. Gorgeous card, fab colours and image and I love those big flowers

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  10. Gorgeous Kim! Nice image and papers! x

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  11. Gorgeous ... totally love those papers ... and you are such a bad influence .. after me saying I didnt really like Sugar Nellies .. and your article in the magazine .. guess what happened to jump into my shopping basket !!!! Hmmmmmm ... the new picture of you is good too .. your hair looks nice!! Does that make me sound like some mad stalker who looks at pictures :-S ooohhhh
    Debbie
    :-))

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