Tuesday, 4 August 2009

For all seasons.....



Hello all
Its Papertake weekly day today and we have a fab challenge for you which is sponsored by Pink Gem, the theme is as in the title, for all seasons, you can pick winter, Autumn, Summer or spring, the team have come up with some stunners so be sure to pop over to Papertake weekly...

For my card I have chosen an image from Sally-Ann's Digi boutique called Winter Sophie you can get her HERE, I coloured her with copics, and used beautiful stampin up retired papers still available, oh I soooo lurve these papers, the sentiment is from A MUSE, and the punches are Stampin up... I used last weeks Mojo Mondays sketch!

10 comments:

  1. Oh this is just adorable, what asweet image and those colours are gorgeous. M xxx

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  2. Oooooo I love this card. I have to say those papers are growing on me too. Although i really shouldn't buy anything cos i've lost my mojo again lol.

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  3. This is gorgeous Kim - love the image , the papers and that a muse sentiment is fab! x

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  4. Super sweet card, love it!
    Erin x

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  5. Sweet lil card Kim, love the colour scheme :) Donna x

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  6. Ohhhhhhhh I love that wintergreen paper & thet fab DB image!

    Z x

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  7. GORGEOUS card KIm. I love the colours and the image is just perfect. Chris x

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  8. Wow Kim this is utterly adorable!
    hugs
    kim x

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  9. Absolutely love this card and the papers are scrummy - need them!

    Love your blog!

    Victoria
    x

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  10. stunning,wow what gorgeous papers and great papers and beautiful image:)


    sue
    xx

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