Thursday, 3 July 2008

The Great Outdoors!!!!

Over at Cute Card Thursday the theme is as the titles says, The great outdoors, well I have made two cards, I love this pop up technique I first saw on Dawns stamping thoughts, and seeing a card that Wendy Horrod had done at craftsulove reminded me that I wanted make one,


The first card is using Gardenia Gardenthumb (I keep calling her Felicity as in kendall the Tv seris The good life, she just reminds me of her)lol...

anyhows this stamp come from Stampingbella, The sentiment is from Elzybells, am loving Elzybells new stamps, I just keep buying!!!, it comes in a set of three and very good value too in a choice of mounted or unmounted now!!! And yes ya guessed it, that Magenta stamp, don't it go with just about anything girly!!!!

The second card is using Elzybells football friends, not sure at the mo what it;s called, and again the sentiment stamp, the football is a funstamps, and the football sentiment is one I had specially made on ebay a while back...



27 comments:

  1. 2 fabulous cards, love the design of them, so effective.
    Thanks for joining in the CCT challenge

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  2. Love the cards Kim. How can we possibly get tired of the Magenta stamp when you do such lurvely things with it, xx

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  3. both are beautiful, gorgeous cards.

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  4. i love that stamp - am now going on a shopping spree!!!

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  5. Kim, your cards are so beautiful... Great job!

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  6. très très jolie carte , bravo. Bises chatdoro

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  7. These are brilliant kimmie,and i'm loving those stamps...i want some...lol

    Sue
    xx

    Thanks for the text,your turn next;-)

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  8. Love these pop up ideas, two lovely cards
    Ruth x

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  9. Wow.. great idea, wonderful projects!!

    marlene x

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  10. Great cards Kim. I too love Elzybells stamps (must have at least a hundred - how did that happen?!). Fab card for boys. Can you tell me where the tutorial is for these pop up cards please? xx

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  11. Wow... 2 wunderschön gestaltete Werke!!!!!!!

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  12. Two brilliant cards! I love Felicity (lol) too!! Your colouring is fab

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  13. Fabulous cards Kim and I love that Magenta stamp too!!

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  14. Oooo Kim loving those cards.

    I think I need to make a trip over to Elzybells again and find those little footie boys they will be perfect for Lucifers birthday :o) even though it ain't till next year lol

    xXx

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  15. 2 great cards I love those images and the flowers, but have a soft spot for the football boys
    Hugs Jacqui x

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  16. What a great idea - I love making more unusual cards. Can you please point us towards the tutorial. I've just received my latest Elzybells order and they are great although I don't have as many as you

    Paul

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  17. Wow....das sind tolle Arbeiten...
    Super gemacht....ich bin begeistert.

    LG Pingubella

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  18. Fab cards Kim, quite a different design, the first card has to be my fave!
    There is an award on my blog for you!
    Joanne x

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  19. These are cool! I like the girly one the best. Duh! Someone sent me a card like this and it took me a while to figure out how to get my card out :-)

    Do you have a tutorial somewhere?

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  20. fab cards! love the images. The girly one is so beautiful!

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  21. Ooh these are gorgeous Kim, love your new 'Felicity' stamp lol!

    Liz x

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  22. Fantastic cards but my fav is the first one.

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  23. Two gorgeous cards, love the design!

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  24. 2 brilliant cards, well done xx

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  25. Great cards - I adore the girly one - the stamps are so pretty yet funky.
    pauline x

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  26. so beautiful.. i like it

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