Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Dreaming of an Elzybells Christmas.....

Aren't we all, with the stunning designs That Elizabeth has for purchase on the Elzybells website, A real must in any crafters stash, and if you haven't a chrissy elzybells then why not, I ask!!!

The two cards I am showing today, are using sketches, the first one from a spoonful of sugar, last weeks challenge 13 and a right fab sketch it is too, I can see me using this loads, and the second equally fab sketch is Laura's from 2 sketches 4 you!!
I used the same stash for both cards, the pp are from a paper stack by DCWV last christmas designs, I am sure I saw them at the glitter pot today.... The fabulous flowers are from Craftsulove, and the images and sentiments are the utterly gorgeous Cold nose warm heart Dinkies set from the fabby Elzybells of course!!!, This set is a right steel, it has Three images and three sets of sentiments, the other is a boy one, which I shall be showing very soon, The dinkies are smaller images than the original size and bigger than the Amuse size, and they are dinkie by name dinkie by nature, soooo ultra cute.... I am loving the daisy spacers in my ickle flowers, I first saw this on Bev's stunning cards, don't they look gorgeous... I doodled around the images and the red card, The red card blank is a die cut card blank from Sizzix, also at The glitter pot... Images coloured with watercolour pencils and glittered with Glamour dust....

Well I hope ya likes as much as I enjoyed inking these ickle dinkies and creating with them...
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26 comments:

  1. Oh this is darling!!! I love the scallops:)
    Thanks for playing at 2S4Y!
    Laura

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  2. Great take on the sketch Kim - love the green and red combo and fabulous images
    Kath
    xxxx

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  3. I love the colours on these cards, they are stunning!
    Love Becky xx

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  4. CUTE!!! Love that paper, must get some ;)

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  5. Loving the cards..... What lovely stamps, really Christmassy ..... papers too xxxxx

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  6. Adorable cards!! :) The images are sweet!

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  7. Lovely as always Kim - can't help thinking "oh not Christmas" I'm still waiting for Summer to arrive... x

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  8. Both great cards, the images are really cute!
    Clairexx

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  9. Love those scallops cute!!!!

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  10. These cards are adorable! I love the stamps you used, and you've got a head start on your holiday cards already! Too cool!

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  11. These cards are too cute Kim - you have some really adorable ideas

    Wendy xxx

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  12. Oooo, I do love my Elzybells and you have created some very fabby cards with them! Super cute, love the sketch you have used, may have a go myself! xx

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  13. Great Christmascards. Love the stamps and the scallops.

    Joke

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  14. Oh my, these are adorable kimmie,really great images and put together beutifully as usual:)

    sue
    xx

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  15. gorgeous cards Kim, I love your layouts, and images they are fab, love the little charm Hugs Jill x

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  16. Love these creations. Am totally loving this range... although my bank manager isn't!! Cheers for the kind comments on my blog Hunny.
    Hugs
    Sandra xx

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  17. I guess that must be you pulling the sleigh in your red frock.... I love it, n glad you started xmas too
    xx

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  18. Two lovely cards, the images are so cute and the colours beautiful

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  19. Beautiful cards Kimmie...
    Hope you is well and have a great Weekend~X~

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  20. Ooh these are absolutely gorgeous Kim! I love the colours & papers you've used, and the layouts too :)

    Liz xxx

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  21. These are great, Kim, love the papers, and the scallops. I hope that Elizabeth will do some more dinkies too.
    Maria xx

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