Sunday, 31 August 2008

Merry & Bright !!!!

Another cutie, don't ya think, I just lurve Great Impression stamps, and The Glitter Pot has a great selection, am sooo glad they got the Christmas ones in, He was just too cute not to put in me basket... The sentiment is a set of four Hero arts also from The Glitter pot though I got this last year.... I coloured with Watercolour pencils and the berries are in gelly roll... no glitter on this one!!! In the flesh the way the light glints off the gelly roll bits it don't really need glitter..
Again I kept this simple, suspending the ickle guy with gold memory wire....

Do you likey!!!


  1. I no likey... I lovey!!!
    Sandra xx

  2. Kim I lurv this card - he is a real little cutie.
    Chris xx

  3. Right thats it! I've got to make a card like this, I loved the one last week with the dental floss now I'm going to have to have a go!

  4. do i likey???........I lovey :-)

    anther fabby card kim,these stamps are sooo cute,look lass you're ow encouring me to spend more


  5. Another gorgeous card you little devil!

    Wendy xx

  6. Gorgeous!Not seen this shape card for ages and I had forgotten how much I liked out of the habit seeing as you can't use them for magazines....hmmm I have some DL somewhere.....

  7. Aw this is so cute Kim, love the slim card :)

    Liz xxx

  8. Awww I just love this - it is tooooo cute. :) :)

  9. Aw he is cute!! So many tempting Xmas stamps around now. Lovely card Kim

  10. This is a really beautiful card I must start my christmas cards soon. Loving the image. Hugs Linda x

  11. very nice card. How cute is that stamp?!

  12. aww Kim this is gorgeous I love your fab colouring and image so cute Jill x


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