Monday, 28 July 2008

Christmas Kisses at Papertake weekly.....

The theme at Papertake weekly this week is christmas..... Ohhhh this was usre hard when is sweltering, lol Anyhoos I wanted to use me Sugar Nellie christmas stamps, This image is called Christmas Kisses, and how spookily I finds a craftwork cards mini message that says just that!!!! I coloured image with watercolour pencils, I also used an Acetate card blank, stamped it with Berry vine stamp from impression obsession in white Stazon, cut out image using me nesties, and then scalloped some beautiful papers by Deja views flurries and frosty collection from the card studio, and then attached some red bazzill to the inside of card...... A very simple card from me as it's far too hot to be too creative for me!!! lol I am melting I don't know about anyone else living in england, but this is not nice heat, there is no air about....

Don't forget to check out what the rest of the design team made HERE , they are scrummy!!!!


  1. What a stunning card! It's so pretty!
    Love Becky xx

  2. Gorgeous card, love the colours, have this image stamped but not coloured yet

  3. Eine wunderschöne Karte und ein süsses Motiv!!!!!

  4. beautiful card kimmie,know what ya mean about the heat,it makes ya feel like doing nothing...well that suits


  5. OH...Splendid card!!!
    I love your composition marvellous.

  6. `gORGEOUS` AS always Kim:)x

  7. Pretty card Kim and such lovely colours :) Donna x

  8. Beautiful card Kim. Love the cute image and beautifully coloured.

    Debbie x

  9. Gorgeous Kim and great colours :)

    Marlene x

  10. Fabulous as always ,love it ,Dawnxxx

  11. Perfect again Kim. Great image and overall design. don't you just love it when a plan comes together...? I refer to the sentiment and the name of the stamp. Hope you were able to keep cool.
    Sandra xx


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