Thursday, 5 February 2009

What no Layers!! Nooooooooo........



Wow it's getting to be two posts in one day at the mo, what is happening here... Snow time that's what, no where to go coz snow has gotten in the way, so what better way than to beat the boredom carding, Now I have another card for you, but please don't forget to look at the posts below there are some real cuties for you to see , even if I may say so myself!! and there are more on the way.....

The current Elzybells challenge no 13 is No layers, this is the lovely Paula's challenge, and wow what a challenge it's hard.... Though whilst blog hopping I found a fabulous video tutorial on the technique I used, you can see it Here I used thinner cardstock than I normally do and were worried that it would cut, but it didn't nearly but not! I double embossed with cuttlebug folder and nesties, I love the effect and will most deffo use it again, I used the gorgeous Daffodil chick 11-002-H and a sentiment from the Sheep celebrations 2 set 20-026-CD, coloured with Copics, and just thread a ribbon round, I didn't want to take away anything from showing the technique off, and you know me simple is as simple as !! Don't forget to check out the rest of the DT'S creations they are utterly fabulous....

18 comments:

  1. Awwww what a lil cutie!!! Love the chick, chick lol xxx And I am a huge fan of the old Swiss Dots - my fave CB folder ever!! Hope you are ok and keeping warm xxxxx

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  2. What a cute card & love that little chick...

    Hugs
    Lorraine xxx

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  3. This is just so gorgeous!
    I love that embossing effect. Definitely having a looky at the video.
    hugs
    kim x

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  4. What a good technique and a real cute card - love it.
    Chris x

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  5. oh so cute!!! love the double embossing, very cool!!

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  6. That is very effective Kim :)

    Love it!

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  7. Wow this is stunning Kim!!! so pretty!!! I love that technique, must pop over and have a butchers!
    Justine x

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  8. Oh wow that is brilliant Kim, so simple but so effective. Kim

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  9. so cute!!!! love the embossed details!

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  10. Oh this is so pretty! I love all the embossing, gorgeous colour scheme and that chick is so cute :D

    Liz xxx

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  11. Kim this is so sweet! That image is adorable!
    Hugs Lynsey:)

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  12. Oooh - so pretty...I love simple cards and may have to join in with this one....less is more sometimes me thinks...love your embossing....xx (Grrr - blinkin snow - roll on summer!)

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  13. Hi Kimmie...t ..I love the way you did this with no layers...`Beautiful` card...:)
    Great to catch up with all your gorgeous creations chick:)~x~

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  14. Kim I so love the simplicity of this card and the double embossing is ace.....go Kim lol! :) Donna x

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  15. Hello my lovely

    Yes its been a while .. had so many problems that just feels like coming out of hell now lol

    Love all the new cards .. gorgeous .. the new blog header is fab too .. very you .. you have been a busy bee have been frequent visitor and reading your escapades .. I think you need to take a taxi everywhere lol ..

    Debbie
    xxx

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  16. So cute Kim - love the way you've embossed it - I'm gonna have ta check that out lol! x

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  17. now this is stunning and such a cute little chick too:)

    sue
    xx

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  18. this is so lovely! i love the effect using the embossing and nestie. TFS.
    love tina xx

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