Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Faking it The Papertake weekly way!



Hi All,
Wow just when I thought I would see the woods through the trees, I get a rotten cold and throat infection, I sound like a squeeling something or other!! Can't wait to get September out of the way..lol I have heard of a bad week, but blimey a whole month!! I am hoping it will end on a high with the fabbi Allie Pallie coming up!!

I have a few cards to show you today but first up is my DT challenge card for Papertake weekly,


So here it is !

'faking it'
So, we want to see anything fake (or faux if you are posh)on your cards. This can be stitching, fake lace (ie using a border punch), fake ribbons and bows or flowers, it is up to you.

Just put your 'cheaty' heads on and see what you can do.

We have 3 brand new guest designers who are going to be with us for the next 4 weeks and it is my absolute pleasure to welcome them. They are one of my best blog buds, the fabulous
Kath, Nancy and Suzanne. This weeks challenge is sponsored by the fabulous Priscilla styles!


For my card, I faked watercolouring, ribbon and bow....

I used a penny Black sticker, aren't these fabulous!! and I made my ribbon and bow from cardstock... Oh and a fake flower for my sentiment!!


The rest of the DT, have made fabulous cards, do go take a look!!

Be sure to pop by later on I have some Digi Boutique desings to show you!!

4 comments:

  1. Ooh love your card Kim, love those PB stickers, they're great & your colours are fab.

    All the best

    Jan x

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  2. Oh I am so sorry to hear that you are a poorly person at the moment sending you big hugs and kisses for a speedy recovery!
    Love your gorgeous card so super cute!
    hugs
    kim x

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  3. fab faking! and a great card too

    Victoria
    x

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  4. oh my what a gorgeous card,beautiful colours,but then you always have had a good eye for colur:)

    Hope the cold soon goes

    sue
    xx

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