Sunday, 26 April 2009

Enchanted Hallow..... Capri...



Well here I am back again after my rather frothy Latte, Thanks Chrissie I enjoyed as always, in my lovely mug ya got me at Crimbo!! With my chocolate spoon!! MmMMM YUMMY...

Anyways back to my creation, I made this one for the Sketch and Stash challenge, this Challenge blog is one of my faves though I don't always get time to join in, I love it so becasue I lurves sketches , they take the stress off when you have a rush order to get out and also makes you use new stash or old you have never used..., Well my new statsh is this gorgeous fairy image I picked up at Allie Pallie, from J &C creations stall, a lovely lady who is always so helpful, this image caught my eye whilst helping freinds decide what copic colours they should get on another stall, and it spirited me off towards them, I got three, they are unmounted but on EZ mount and stamp beautifully, you can get them from HERE if you do pop over and purchase please do let them know I sent ya! This image is called Enchanted Hallow Capri and is from the stamp barn selection... The gorgepus papers I used are Bloom and grow from Craftsulove and they have a selection of bazzill cardstock in colours to match... I coloured Capri in copics and glittered her wings in Glamour dust, and of course used the sketch from this weeks Sketch and stash challenge 8, I also kept exactly to the skecth and not adding even a sentiment I just wanted to show off the stamped image really... well I hope you enjoy!!

18 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card honey using beautiful fresh colours. TFS

    Hugs
    Lorraine xxx

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  2. I just love this image, so pretty! Wonderful card!

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  3. oooh gorgeous card I love the colours and the image is very dreamy Caroline xx

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  4. What a gorgeous card Kim,l love the image,and papers.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  5. this is stunning! the colours are beautiful and she is just a wee honey!

    lovely card

    love tina x

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  6. this is stunning! the colours are beautiful and she is just a wee honey!

    lovely card

    love tina x

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  7. Super pretty card Kim, I love these papers they are my fav's right now lol! :) Donna x

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  8. What a gorgeous card Kim and I LOVE Capri (I may have to pay a visit now, so thanks for the link!)
    Thanks for joining in with Sketch & Stash!

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  9. It's a beautiful card Kim and I agree that the simplicity of the sketch really does show off the gorgeous image, love it!!
    Thanks so much for joining in the fun at Sketch and Stash!
    Love Becky xx

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  10. Gorgeous card, and the fairy image is stunning :)

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  11. Your card is very pretty Kim! Your color combo is very pretty and your image is beautiful!
    hugs
    Risa:)

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  12. Beautiful card, I love the stamps and the gorgeous papers!
    Paula x

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  13. What a beautiful card and the colours are just gorgeous. No sentiment needed the image tells all. Love xx

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  14. So gorgeous and wonderful paper love those colours!
    hugs
    kim x

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  15. Oh This is stunning Kim I love that image, and the colours and layout are perfect, fabulous card hun
    Hugs Jacqui x

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  16. They don't call ya 'Simplyfairies' for nothing! You can sniff out a good fairy from a mile away! These are gorgeous Sweetie. The card works so well, beautiful colours. I love the Sketch and Stamp challenge too. Must play along a bit more often.
    Hugs
    Sandra x

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  17. This is just gorgeous Kim! I adore the image and the colours are pretty damn fab too :D

    Liz xxx

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  18. hi Kim,
    what a beautiful fairy she is and looks great with those papers
    suzie Q
    xx

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