Monday, 16 June 2008

Feelin HOT HOT HOT!!

Over at Papertake weekly...

Hi all, wow what great weather we're having at the moment! This weeks challenge is to make a card with a 'hot' theme! Reds, hot pinks ,oranges and yellows would be fab (not necessarily all on the same card lol!!!) The challenge is going to be sponsored by Rasberry Ribbons and is a 'yellow' kit including ribbons, gems, buttons, an acetate book and more!
Hope you all have a great week and enjoy the sunshine! x

Well thanks Steph for a great challenge once again, I for one needed this one, I am now dancing around to the tune in me head, I need a bit of laughter at the mo!!!

I have made myself get back into the cardmaking, and what better way to do it than with this chalenge, I think I might even wear bright pink today, instead of the blue I just got out... I am not a pinkykind girl but I do lurve Red, as my friends will tell ya if you have been in my house, my dining room and kitchen is Black, beige and a whooping great red!!!! Anyhoos I have been neglecting my Papertake duties so to try and make up to the girls, I have made two.....

One is a 4 inch square, and the other as you can see is a DL, Not the size of cards I normally do , but as I said in my last post I am rebelling a bit this week...

I have used the o' Christmas tree downloads from Pink petticoat, in canberry,Doodle flowers clear set from inkadinkado, I got mine from the card studio, the link is on my sidebar... Sentiment of from hero arts clear set, I have used the decoupage techinque, I feel this set lends itself to that don't you, do pop back later I shall try and take piccies upclose fro you to see the detail....

well with out further gabbing from me, here they are... Hope you like as much as I liked making them...

18 comments:

  1. Wow Kim this is wonderful.
    Gorgeous card.
    Really awesome.

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  2. Ooooh these are both fabby Kim,really cheery cads, So glad you got ya card making head on again..lol

    Eh what sunshine? we ain't got any,in fact we nearly lit are coal fire last night and today it has rained.... AGAIN:-( .....lol

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  3. Love both of these cards Kim!
    Hope all is well with you...have a good week, Nikki

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  4. Lovely cards. Love the way you did the flowers.

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  5. I gotta admit Kimmie these are two of my very mostest favourites:)...I love them but I love everything you do as always ...a firm favourite with me!!!:):):)
    `Have a fabbie Week:)X

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  6. Hmm, these are delish Kim! Love the stamps you've used and how gorgeous is that pink? :)

    Liz x

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  7. They are beautiful Kim. I lurve pink and hot pink is one of me most fav's. xx

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  8. two really fab cards Kim, love them.

    Mandy

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  9. Great card. I love the flower.

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  10. Beautiful cards Kim. Very happy and cheery. ;) :)

    xxDebbiexx

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  11. These are fab Kim! Hope you're feeling a bit brighter :)

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  12. Gorgeous cards Kim, I will see you on Saturday for your class at CUL. By the way, you've been tagged, see my blog. Have a great day!
    Justine x

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  13. Yjis is a fab card, kim. I love these simple but beautuiful cards so much.

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  14. Gorgeous Cards... please could you tell me what you used to make the Flower on the tall card please?
    Thank you!

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  15. Hi Naomi

    both cards are made with the same set, doodle flowers clear set from inkadinkado

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  16. Great cards, i have just joined UKS and yours was the first cards i have viewed .... look forword to seeing more.

    Carob15

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  17. Love the card and your blog design is so pretty x

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