Thursday, 4 June 2009

Sit back and relax......



Another New Digi from Sally-ann Digi boutique, this time, it's Jim, Relaxing Jim he is called, there are also sentiment to be had too, There is BBQ Jim and D.I.Y Jim, just perfect for those fathers day cards as well as general cards!

Stash used:
Promarkers
Jim Digi from Digi Boutique
papers basic grey 6x6 pad
Chocolate chip cardstock Stampin up
Old Olive Grosgrain Stampin up
Spellbinders Labels dies from Dies to die for

Don't forget to check out the Digi boutique blog for more inspration from the rest of the DT's....

8 comments:

  1. oooh look at Jim taking a minute...lol this is fabulous Kimmie,the BG papers are a perfect match to your card...love it:)

    sue
    xx

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  2. What a gorgeous card hunny im loving Sally-Anns new digi downloads i have already purchased them! can't wait to get them and have a play! hugs Linda x

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  3. Perfect card - always stuck with cards for my brother who's name is - yep you guessed it, JIM. Love the card Kim and your colouring. Chris xx

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

    Hugs Riet.x

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  5. fantastic card Kim, I'm loving the Jim image, perfect for fathers day hugs Jill xx

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  6. Brill card Kim, I've just coloured this image in this evening :) love the papers you have matched with this image....brilliant :) Donna x

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  7. Totally fabulous card!
    hugs
    kim x

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  8. Right that's it..........I'm off to make some cards with my digi downloads, they are all coloured ready to go!!!!! I am a bad card maker!

    Z x

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