Saturday, 10 January 2009

SCSC Anything but a card...


This weeks challenge was set by Claire, anything but a card, now I am not happy with my effort , but as I have said before you show the good, the bad and the ugly!! and this one is't not good, well I don't think so anyway, but I don't have the time to change it, I was planning to make a note book, but time ran away with me... I used the sizzix bigz carry out box die for this challenge(The Glitter pot) and quickutz revolution flourish dies (Craftsulove)....

9 comments:

  1. Looks fabby to me...love the swirls.
    Emma x

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  2. Oh wow Kim, what a stunning box. I adore this shade of blue, and those flourishes look fabulous. Hugs Linda

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  3. Now Kim, I'm slapping your hand as there's absolutely nothing wrong with this, it's gorgeous and so cute hugs Jill x

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  4. Ahhh such gorgeous cards,hmmm do you think i need that cricut cart too? :-) yes,i think i do..lol

    and pack it in talking about ya don't like your little box,it's lovely kim and i lurves it:)

    sue
    xx

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  5. The box looks great - I have found this shape very handy over the last few weeks. It is so versatile but looks so effective when you simply use one type of cardstock.
    TFS
    Paul

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  6. ow can you not like this Kim?? i think it is really pretty and looks big enough for choccies, bath salts, flowers oh the list goes on hugs Pops x x x

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  7. Well I think it looks fab hun! Gorgeous colour too :D

    Liz xxx

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  8. I like your box Kim even if you don't lol! At least you were a bit more adventurous than an ATC lol :) Donna x

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