Tuesday, 6 January 2009

Sketch Saturday with Mimi....

Had a play with my new stamps Loving this little fellow from Stampavie as you can see, and then remembered all the stamps I purchased from Pink Gem, now how norty of me not to find time to play, Little Mimi is so adorable don't you think , and the papers from basic greys Archaic pad is just simply gorgeous, must get more of this set.. I will give the receipes fro the card just underneath the photo...
The first one is using a fab sketch from this weeks

...sketch saturday, I edged slightly away from the sketch as in not using circles for the corners, I was running short on time, it were getting rather late, and me eyes were stinging with tiredness, so I am sure I shall be forgiven....Ooops piccie not so good of this card, will do another


Receipe:
Image: Mimi Pink Gem
Basic grey papers: The Glitter pot
Mini messages Craftworkcards/The Glitter pot
Copics Ciao pens: Craftsulove
Promarkers: Secret Crafter
Prima Flowers



Receipe:
Image: Party Dragon Lelo The Glitter pot
Basic grey papers: The Glitter pot
Mini messages Craftworkcards/The Glitter pot
Copics Ciao pens: Craftsulove
Promarkers: Secret Crafter
Prima Flowers

Next is a little Scrappling.. Stamped on white shimmery cardstock from Craftworkcards, give is a glittery feel don't you think..



Receipe:
Image: Party Dragon Lelo The Glitter pot
Basic grey papers: The Glitter pot
Mini messages Craftworkcards/The Glitter pot
Copics Ciao pens: Craftsulove
Promarkers: Secret Crafter
Prima Flowers

16 comments:

  1. Wow fabulous cards! Loving your brilliant colouring and those gorgeous papers.
    hugs
    kim x

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  2. these are beautiful! love the colours and papers you have gone for!

    xox

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  3. Super cards Kim and I love how you've used the papers and only part of the mage in the last one....wonderful colours and colouring! xx

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  4. Fab cards, love the green & organge colour scheme. Love that little dragon stap he is adorable.
    Lyndsey xx

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  5. great cards Kim, loving those papers!! Keep warm, see you soon.
    Justine x x

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  6. Hi Kim..great cards...so light and cheery..perfect for this time of year. :)

    xxDebbiexx

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  7. Wowee, three gorgeous cards, loving that little dinky dinosaur! Super paper, thats Basic Grey me thinks! Hope your enjoying your posh coffee lol? Hugs & stuff, Heidi xxx

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  8. Kim, these cards are fantastic, the colours all blend together so perfectly and the images are all perfectly coloured :) Donna x

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  9. Stunning cards babe xxx love the dragon so cute ,fabulous xxxx
    hope you are ok hugs Dawnxx

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  10. Fab fab fabbitydoodles, all of these. And how cute is that lil dragon :)x Wonderful cardage darlin xxxx

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  11. oooh these are fabberoony my girly and yes i'm going to pick a fae,well i loves em all but but but i like hte last one bestest:)

    Keep em coming darl:)

    sue
    xx

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  12. Wow you have been busy! I'm lovin it lovin it lovin it I'm lovin it like that!

    There is a little something for you on my blog!

    Mrs Wonka x

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  13. wow Kim a trio of gorgeous cards I love your style, gorgeous papers and wonderful colouring hugs Jill x

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  14. Aw these are all gorgeous Kim! I'm especially loving the dragons :D

    Liz xxx

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  15. Great cards Kim... I'm afraid you'll have to explain what a 'scrapling' is as I'm in the dark about those.
    Happy New Year to you and yours.
    Hugs
    Sandra xx

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  16. I just love all of these cards! The way you incorporated the DP into the coloring is just incredible as is the coloring itself!

    Smiles,
    Janna

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