Monday, 6 October 2008

Papertake birthday week!!

Well this is the second time I have had to post this, well not so much post as write it all again, as the other one was scheduled to appear around 7ish and it disappeared instead,

Anyways I was determined to complete my duties for papertake this week as i have been neglecting them somewhat, so her is my card, I am rather pleased with it's simplicity and striking colours what say you!!

The card blank is from Craftworkcards as is the mini messages and bazzill flowers, the orange bead border is from craftsulove quickutz borders as is the button from a massive bag of lush colours and sizes all for only £5.99..

13 comments:

  1. Kim that is lovely, i love the shape of the card, love Pops x x x

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  2. Beautiful card and no stamping!! Love that large flower, makes you wanna sniff it, I know, I need to get out more, ha ha. xxx

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  3. Less is definitely more on this card Kim, its smashing :) Donna x

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  4. beautiful and stunning kimmie:)

    sue
    xx

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  5. This is beautiful. Such a gorgeous flower. I love the simplicy it is so effective.
    Sharon

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  6. Stunning as always Kim!!!! I don't know how you do it!!! you're so clever! I'm loving the less is more idea!!

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  7. Well done you on no stamping!! think I may have to take the other option this week. Gorgeous bright card kim.

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  8. I love this card simply but stylish and great colours, don't know if I can manage a no sramping card myself
    Hugs jacqui xxx

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  9. Hi Kim, I love the colours and simplicity of your card, really pretty x

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  10. Gorgeous card babe ,love the colour combo so gorgeous ,Dawnxx

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  11. Ooh, love the colours on this one Kim :D

    Liz xxx

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  12. Cute, I love what you did to this card.

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  13. This card is gorgeous - so crisp and fresh - love it. :)

    xxDebbiexx

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