Thursday, 21 May 2009

Release day at Elzybells!!!



Well how much have you spent??? lol I have a list as long as me arm, what is your favorite image??

Well today is release day at Elzybells, and there has been utter fabulousness from al the DT's, I have one for you today, though it's not me last , i have more to show over the next couple of days...

My card for today is using footie ted, single football, and Happy father's day sentiment...

Reciepe stash below photo...
All from Elzybells
Koh-i-noor pencils
smooth white cardstock
OMS & Paper stumps
Footie ted stamp
Football stamp
Sentiment

From craftsulove
Circle cookie cutters

From Dies to die for
Spellbinders Labels trio

9 comments:

  1. Hi Kim, all your cards have been fab, ilove em all but teddy surprise has to be my fave!
    have anice sunny day
    Suzie Qxx

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  2. Cute little card Kim and such a super image....I haven't spent anything yet, I'm on a stash ban at the moment :( Donna x

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  3. Another fab card Kim! The images are just lovely :)

    I have left a little pressie for you on my blog xxxx

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  4. Such a fabulous card Kim!
    Love this cute little guy and great design!
    hugs
    kim x

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  5. What a gorgeous card Kim.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  6. This is so cute, I love the little football image. x

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  7. Very cute card! Love the stamped background. The new Elzybells images are so cute! I already made a wishlist for the new release. ;)

    Have a good weekend,
    Larissa

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  8. these teddies are adorable and i love what you have done with this little one...brillaint:)

    sue
    xx

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