Monday, 30 March 2009

Easy as 123...



Yeah right !!!

1 - circle
2 - ribbons
3 - stamps/images

You can mix them if you like too - ie use a circular stamp as your circle and 1 of your stamps etc! 3 stamps sounds a lot but you can use the same stamp 3 times, create a scene with different ones - use background ones etc!

It's papertake weekly time stampers!! And do you know how hard this one was, for some I wanted to put more on, MORE!! Simple me wanting more, I felt like Oliver Twist..lol I used a gorgeous images are from the
spring things set of CC designs from Dies to die for,there are 14 in the set a mix of images and sentiments, a real cute set coloured with promarkers, and the papers are daisy bucket from the previous post also from Dies to die for, I glittered the flower on the paper with glamour dust, the cardstock is Su Sage shadow as is the lush Taffeta ribbon....

Don't forget to pop over to Papertake for some fabulous inspiration from the rest of the team

9 comments:

  1. oh wow hunny, this is so cute! Totally adorable :o)
    -x-

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  2. Oh this is the sweetest card!
    Love your cute image and that sparkle looks so pretty!
    hugs
    kim x

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  3. what a gorgeous card Kim.

    hugs Riet.x

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  4. Aw this is really cute - I love it! :)

    Liz xxx

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  5. Love it!

    There is a little something for you on my blog!

    Z xxx

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  6. Cute image and glitter on my favourite, just become a follower on your blog, looking forward to seeing more great creations.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x
    www.tracy-countrymouse.blogspot.com

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  7. fabby card as always Kim! oh and Congrats on becoming an SU Demo!!!
    Justine x

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  8. Soooo pretty and exceedingly cute...xx

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