Saturday, 1 November 2008

Pink , white and Brown plus....



A sketch over at The secret Crafter The luverly Jill my fellow DT Member has given us a sketch with a twist, we must use the sketch and incorperate the colour Pink,White and Brown...
Easy you might think, mmmmm not so for me could not find the right brown , then could not find the right pink, could not find the right flowers, could not find nowt I wanted sooo to use the Blush basic grey, i just would not give up it took me an age to make this card, it certainly was a challenge alright thanks Jill...lol tested me beyond and back, I used the lurvely elzybells at the original size and bazzill tulle, and promarkers....

11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Kim and soooo pretty, glad you found everything you needed in the end lol! Donna x

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  2. Oh this is just gorgeous!
    I think you have your colour combo perfect. I love your image with fabulous sparkle. Great papers and that tulle I love it!
    kim x

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  3. Gorgeous card Kim, so sorry it took you ages, but it was worth it Kim it's absolutely gorgeous hugs Jill x

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  4. stunning card kim - love elzybells stamps

    hugs jane x

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  5. Gorgeous card Kim, what a great colour scheme.

    Mandy

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  6. This is just precious dear. I love it

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  7. It's gogeous Kimmie, really lovely colours and adorable image:)

    sue
    xx

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  8. So So cute!!! Love the sketch and colors too.

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  9. Its gorgeous Kim and very pretty, a little girl would love to receive that card. Hugs Wendy

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  10. Another Super stonking card from the master!!!!! Me loves it........

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  11. Beautiful card Kim, loving the tulle and that fairy is my fav from Elzybells. I just love pink and brown together, a great combo! Heidi xxx

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