Sunday, 31 August 2008

How do you make a winter friend....

A carrot and some coal and just add Snow...
I love this Elzybells dinkie set and as promised I have done a card with the third image, I used a sketch from Sketch Saturday, although not sure which one it is, it's not the current one!!!

I wanted to keep this card simple, I didn't want loadsa fussy papers taking away the beauty of the image and sentiment, The bling is from poundland you get loads on the sheet and they go from big to small, I coloured the image with prisma and Koh-i-noor pencils, and gelly roll pens, and finished with white gel pen and glamour dust...

I just lurve the simplicity of this card don't you!!!

Please do pop back later I am just making some more cardies and will be uploading them tonight....


9 comments:

  1. just my type of card kimmie, it's r gorgeous and you're right it don't need fancy papers etc,it's gorgeous as it is:)

    sue

    xx

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  2. this is so cool! love the sentiment that you have used....great blog header...hugs rachxx

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  3. gorgeous card Kim, I love the blues you've used they look fab with your image Jill x

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  4. Am loving the teal bazzill and those lovely stamps. That set is one of the ones I ordered the other day. Hope they come soon!!! Good to see you and Shirley yesterday, didn't get to chat too much though, did we!, hope to see you soon xxxxxx

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  5. It be lovely Kim, lovely shades of blue and of course I love the bling!! xx

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  6. This card is cooool. Must get myself down to poundland, that bling looks great, matches your colour-pallette perfectly.
    Nice one
    Hugs
    Sandra xx

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  7. Beautiful card Kim - really cute!!

    Hope to see you soon

    Wendy xxx

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