Saturday, 25 October 2008

Donna's sketch.....



Over at The Secret Crafter blog we have a fabby sketch by the wonderful Donna.... I sooo wished I could do these professional sketches....


Well I have been a norty crafter lately and have been truly neglecting my magnolia's how awful is that.... I am not sure what she is called they are never labeled on the packet but she sure is cute... She looks like she is suspended in mid air, I should have really perched her on something.... I have used the my minds eye papers again, I am addicted to these papers, I think you can tell... I used promarkers to colour and white gel pen to highlight, the scalloped edge I made with a circle punch and the sentiment is peb inc rub ons... hope you like, and thanks Donna for a great sketch... Do take a lookie at the Desogn Teams creations they are fabulous again this week...

Looking forward to seeing what you all come up with, and REMEMBER this is the last chance this month for you to be entered into the monthly prize draw, which will be judged by our esteemed leader WENDY.

23 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Kim and I so love the colours you have chosen, they are very aumtumnal, my fav time of year :) Donna x

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  2. she is a cutie from the Shabby Chic collection, I think she's just called Tilda with bowknot because of the bow in her hair! love your card and hope to join in the challenge later. hugs, annie x

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  3. super cute kim - love the colours

    hugs jane x

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  4. really love your colour combination on this one Kim, absolutely stunning.

    Mandy

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  5. really love your colour combination on this one Kim, absolutely stunning.

    Mandy

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  6. Hi Kimmie..well I love her she is `beautiful`love all your cards since I last popped ova!!!Hope you are well and enjoying your weekend :)~X~

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  7. Oh kim this is cute, love that Tilda in mid-air, I agree those papers are so yummy hate having to use mine will try to have a ao at this one great sketch
    Hugs Jacqui x

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  8. Very sweet Kim, I love your colouring and the papers are gorgeous!
    Justine x

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  9. Shes as pretty as a picture Kim, a great card!
    Clairexx

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  10. Fabulous as always ,gorgeous image and colouring brilliant ,Dawnxx

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  11. Oooo I love this card its gorgeous

    xXx

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  12. another stunning card Kim, love the colours in this one and fab image and beauitfully coloured Jill x

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  13. i loves it kimmie, cute tilda and gorgeous colours...brill:)

    sue
    xx

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  14. This is gorgeous Kim - lovely papers! x

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  15. Lovely card and bright colours, that Tilda is so sweet. I think she has forgiven you now! Thanks for your mail, soz haven't got back to you. Will mail you later, hope your ok? :) xxxx

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  16. Lovely card and bright colours, that Tilda is so sweet. I think she has forgiven you now! Thanks for your mail, soz haven't got back to you. Will mail you later, hope your ok? :) xxxx

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  17. Oh this is cute Kim! Great colours, would be a fab card for a birthday around xmastime too :)

    Liz xxx

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  18. Oh wonderful card, Tilda looks so cute

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  19. Hi, lovely card its sooo cute.
    Charlie xxx

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  20. Hi Kim,
    Love this sketch. I've not got any Magnolias but I'll use one of my other stamps to get something similar.
    Are you coming to the NEC, next week.

    Yvonne

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  21. Gorgeous card. Love the image and how you have coloured it. Great papers too.
    Hugs
    Cathy xx

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