Thursday, 13 November 2008

Snow fairy....



It's LOTV time and this week we were given a Sketch, by the fabby Donalda, Thanks Donalda I enjoyed this one very much...

NOW DON'T FORGET EVERYONE CAN JOIN IN, YOU DON'T HAVE TO USE LILI OF THE VALLEY PRODUCTS, JUST ENJOY THE CHALLENGE....

I have used dovecraft papers and bazill wing flowers and primas , I coloured her with a mix of pearlised paints from Craftsulove, for her wings, and promakers from secret crafter for the rest of her...

And of course LOTV Fairy and the sentiment too!!!, the sparkly snowflakes were from hobby craft... Don't forget to check out the other Dt members creations they are fabby...




12 comments:

  1. Another great creation, beautiful colours and that fairy is sweet. Their designs are so lovely. You have been so busy, all of these entries on your blog. I have been working full-time so haven't had a lot of time, will try to do one this evening. xxx

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  2. what a beauty Kim! I love it!
    Justine

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  3. Oh isn't that precious dear. You done a beautiful job. Thanks so much for joining us this week

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  4. this is so pretty, ya know i loves me LOTV and i love this card ...gorgeous

    will try and get my card done this weeknd:)

    sue
    xx

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  5. Mmmm....yummy, scrummy.....love that blue!! Fabulous....xx

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  6. Beautiful card, love all of the colours you have used and such a sweet image,
    looking forward to tomorrow to see your new sketch :)
    Gina xxx

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  7. I love it Kim.. well done! The colours are lovely and wintery.

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  8. Just wonderful Kim!
    I love your image she looks so pretty.
    Gorgeous dp.
    hugs
    kim x

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  9. Gorgeous card Kim,i love her wings,the papers are lovely too,
    Take care
    Sandra x

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  10. gorgeous card Kim, I love the image hugs Jill x

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  11. Kim that is another really cute card.

    Tracyx

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