Wednesday, 22 October 2008

Elzybells in inches....


Am very late in posting this card, i enjoyed the challengeover at Elzybells blog as i have never done inches before, i knew immeadiately what stamp i wanted to use, the background snowflake stamp from of course Elzybells... I kept it quite simple using shimmery cardstock not sure you can see this in the photo, for the stamping, and peeloffs for thr centres of snowflakes and for the sentiment,...

Do go check out the challenge post over at Elzybells, some fabulous inspiration going on from the rest of the Design Team and also from other card makers joining in...

13 comments:

  1. ohhhhh this is great, I don't think I would have the patience to line them all up......
    Z x

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  2. and very effective,well done kimmie..i love it:)

    sue
    xx

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  3. This came out great! Love the look

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  4. that is very different and eye catching i love it,,,pops x

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  5. This is so funky! I've always wanted to have a go at one of these! ~x~

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  6. this is another stunner Kim!! gorgeous, I love it!
    Justine x

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  7. Ohhh smarty pants how clever are you. Its lovely xx

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  8. really lovely ,popping over to have a look never heard of them before.
    poppy.
    x

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  9. What a fabulous christmas card kim. It looks lovely. Hugs Linda x

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  10. Soooo striking. How patient are you chicks? It's fabulous xxxx

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  11. Wow, this is just brilliant Kim :) Donna x

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  12. Hi Kimmie, thanks for sharing your migraine - could you share some of your inspiration as well please? I lurve this card - is it really a stamp? Beautiful! Might need to seek and splurge.. Juniemoonx

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  13. Ooh Kim this is gorgeous!!! :D

    Liz xxx

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