Tuesday, 3 February 2009

Hearts and Flowers



The theme this week over at Papertake weekly is Hearts and Flowers, you can use one or the other or both....
The Dt cards are fab as always, mine is late as always, sorry girls.. Had an horrendous drive through that snow early hours monday morn, I went this time with Paul to footie up to liverpool it tried to snow there whilst we were watching the footie, and when we got two hours from london it went mad, when we eventualy got back to Chelsea at midnight the car was covered completely and then the scariest Drive ever, even worse than my motorway scare, took us over two hours to get back home, a miracle again how we got there safely and in one peice, skided and slid up a pavement nearly went in for tea in a house in kensington, I have stayed in ever since, spent most of day yesterday in bed with a migraine, blinkin weaher and blinkin Boris Johnson, there were NO WAY those roads were even lightly gritted....

Anyway back to me DT card, I used the uber cute Aimee from Grab a doodledo designed by the fabulous Sally-Ann Hancock,coloured in with copics, and glitter with glamour dust, what a stunner she is, the papers are Basic grey Sugared pad, can ya see the ickle hearts,

12 comments:

  1. Wow scary or what! So glad you made it home ok although not good to have a migraine
    Your card is just delicious!
    hugs
    kim x

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  2. Oh fabulous card, I love the colourway you have used. The image is gorgeous. Kim

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  3. Oh lordie Kim xxx What a nightmare chick :(( Well if I'd have known you were coming up to watch the boys, you could have come to ours - we aren't THAT far away - well probably 40 minutes or so. We'd probably have been cheering for different sides but that's ok xxx LOVE your card darlin - mine was late as well cos it's been flippin mental here. Hope you are ok and staying warm and toasty xxxxx

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  4. Super card for this weeks challenge & love your colours...

    Hugs
    Lorraine xxx

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  5. This is such a cute and pretty card Kim and beautifully coloured. I'm glad you got home in one piece from the footy and you are right to stay put until the snow has cleared :) Donna x

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  6. Oh Kim, I found it scary just driving locally, I can imagine how you felt. Despite the snow and a migraine you still come up with a fabby card - love it.
    Chris xx

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  7. so cute, love that image Kim, the colours are beautiful!! Hope you are keeping warm!
    Justine x

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  8. beautiful, this is a gorgeous image and the colours are superb...true kimmie style:)

    sue
    xx

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  9. Oh this is pretty, what a little cutie she is :)

    Glad you got home safely!

    Liz xxx

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  10. Eeeeek! What a horrible, nasty journey - and a nasty head too..not good...Me things you need to have some Kim time now...well, it looks like you've had some already - what a fabulous card....gorgeous colours and papers.....I loves it...xx

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  11. Oh kim how scarry was that you poor old thing. I havn't ventured out in it. Love this little card great colours and cute image hun, love you blog header by the way
    Hugs Mummy Fairy
    XXXXXX

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  12. aww Kim, I'm so pleased you both got back safe and sound. Love your card the image is fab and great layout hugs Jill x

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