Monday, 12 January 2009

It's sketch time at papertake weekly....


Dawny has done us proud yet again, with a fabulous sketch this week...

I have used Elzybells so sweet for this sketch, being that I am in love with the set, I just couln't put it down...lol, I have used the image in conjunction with Penny blacks sentiment from the hugs clear set, and used doodlebug brads from craftsulove, quixk hurry they are in the sale and are a mega barg=6-ain...., the papers too are from Craftsulovethe gorgeos We R M collection...

Enjoy, ..... ps don't forget to check out the Dt's creations , they are fabulous.....

16 comments:

  1. Ohhhhhhhh scrummy! Lurve the colours!

    Mrs W x

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  2. What a happy looking card. The colours are gorgeous. I loved using this sketch and it's amazing how everyone's has turned out so different.

    Caryn xxx

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  3. Aw this is gorgeous Kim! Love the colours and ooh that backing paper is fab :D

    Liz xxx

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  4. Fab colours Kim, love this card...well I love them all, but hey!
    Justine

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  5. Such a fab card, love it!

    Marlene x

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  6. Gorgeous Kim! I love these colours together....she is so sweet and I love her little cheeks....I've had a little spend at the Elzy shop today! Eeek...xx

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  7. Great summery take on this weeks sketch.

    Hugs
    Lorraine xxx

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  8. gorgeous,just love these colours... absolutely fabby:)

    sue
    xx

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  9. Great card Kim, love the sweet image and the papers are fabulous...love the colours. Debbie x

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  10. Such a pretty card Kim...love these new Elzybells stamps,i'm sitting on my hands at the moment trying not to spend...i wonder how long that will last...lol,
    Take care
    San x

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  11. This is such a pretty and colourful card Kim, I've only just got round to doing my card for this challenge today. Better late than never I s'pose :) Donna x

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  12. Great card. I love the sentiment.

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