Sunday, 2 August 2009

Stamp with us challenge...



Good Morning, hope everyone has woken to beautiful sunshine....

Have already been for a dog walk this morning to run some energy off Stamford norty little thing he is... whislt i were driving to reading and back yesterday he thought he might lunch on the chair of Pauls electric wheelchair, must have thought he were tucking into sponge and custard.... wouldn't mind winnie was looking after him allday she went out for an hour and came back to mayhem!! Poor thing... well of ta park we went and some pesky insect landed on his back and bit him, though he didn't cryhe was going round in circles to get it of, i managed to flick it off yellow it were, but poor Stan was all quiet after that, and didn't even create when we headed for the gate home, normally he tried to drag me back inside, bless him!!

Anyways onto today creation its sketch time over at Stamp with us this week, and boy i thought it were a hard one! Though have to admit i love the end result!!

The stash I used:
Bashful blue, Brocade blue cardstock
Bashful Blue designer paper
Brocade Blue ink pad
Brocade Blue Grosgrain ribbon
Pocket Silhouettes stamp set
En Francias Background Stamp
Chipboard
Pearls from pretties kit


thankyou for visting...

10 comments:

  1. Very pretty Kim that background stamp is lush.

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  2. Kim your card is gorgeous!
    Love your beautiful paper and your design and detail is fabulous!
    Oh lordy sorry about Paul's chair!
    hugs
    kim x

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  3. What a gorgeous card Kim,i love the papers and colours.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  4. Ooooooooo it's gorgeous Kim!! :) x

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  5. How do you do it !! One colour but such a fabby card ... lurve it xx

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  6. Love sunshine, but hate all the creepy crawlies that come with it - I swear there's a wasp invasion at the mo!!

    Fabulous card, so stylish :)

    Big hugs xxx

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  7. Beautiful! The monochromatic look is so elegant! Love the green girl also!

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  8. I found this sketch hard too but I love what you have done wtih it - I am not at all surprised that you are pleased with what you have created. The monotone approach looks stunning

    Bx

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  9. love these colours Kim, design is fab as always!!
    Hope you are well, apart from the pesky bugs!!
    Justine x

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  10. oh my,what a stunner...i love it:)

    sue
    xx

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