Wednesday, 1 April 2009

A True friend .....



Stamp with us has set their First Challenge with a sketch, and a fab one too! They also have a DT call....

My card is what the card making world call a CAS card, Clean and simple, even more clean and simple than I normally do... I use real read and certainly celery cardstock, image and sentiment from the True Friend set and are stamped in Real Red ink, and the scallop round punch all from Stampin up.... I proberbly should have done this on a smaller card, but hey I like it anyways hope you do too...

13 comments:

  1. Great clean lines on this card Kim and striking colours too :) Donna x

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  2. Luvurley! nice bright colours xx

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  3. i love the colours and clean lines on this card,
    love tina x

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  4. what a gorgeous catd Kim,l love the colour.

    hugs Riet.x

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  5. Love your one on this, the colours are wonderful together.

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  6. Hi Kim....lovely card,clean and simple works well,love it!,i've got no SU products so i won't be joining in....well not untill i get some...lol,
    Take care
    San x

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  7. Love your fabulous card!
    hugs
    kim x

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  8. stunning card - i love cas cards
    x

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  9. Love the simple clean design on this card Kim, simply stunning!
    Justine x

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  10. Ohhhhhh this is sooooo yummy! I love it.

    Thank you so much for joining us on the first EVER Stamp With Us challenge.

    Zoe x

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  11. Oooh this is just right, i love cas but I am rubish at them myself.thanks for playing along M xx

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  12. Stunning! Love the colour combo....and I adore this style of card....xx

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  13. Lovely colours and beautifully crisp.

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