Sunday, 23 August 2009

Receipe time at Stamp with us!



It's Sunday and its Stamp with us time, Oh I do love my stampin up!!, This weeks challenge is a receipe, one flower, one patterned paper, one coloured cardstock, three brads....

I used the gorgeous A rose is a Rose set, tiz beautiful to work with, I really love how this card came out, and I must say, I had a piccie on me head, and it turned out just so!!, wow, thats a first!! And I seem to have used a similar colouring to last weeks DT card..lol

Do pop over to the challenge blog, there are stunning creations going on there!
Enjoy!! Off to fulham now to watch the footie with Paul, oh why oh why did I say I would go, I cant stand footie!! Bunch of overpaid men running around a bit of grass, as far as I am concerned!...

anyways enjoy the card the stash used below piccie....



A rose is a rose stamp set
Holiday Treasures papers
Kraft cardstock
Ink Pads
Rose Red, Regal Rose, Certainly Celery,
Old Olive, Chocolate Chip
Stamp-a- ma- jig

Well thats it for the mo, do pop back later for some Anyaliciousness!

7 comments:

  1. Such a pretty card.
    I do love this rose set, and it's worked so lovely with the papers ..

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  2. WOW, just full of gorgeousness is this one kimmie,really beautiful.

    Enjoy your footie...lol

    sue
    xx

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  3. I must get that SU set, love it Kim, as usual, you do a great job! Hope you are well?
    Justine x

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  4. Such a gorgeous card Kim!
    Love that rose and your design is perfect!
    hugs
    kim x

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  5. Ooh this is gorgeous, the pink looks stunning against the Kraft, really lovely card.

    Jan x

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  6. Lovely card, Kim. I must get out my rose set and use it more often.

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  7. Very nice card Kim, love this stamp set too, one of my favourites! TFS

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