Monday, 14 September 2009

Pollycraft Monday Challenge 24 DT card!


Well am back again, this time with my First GDT card for Pollycraft Monday challenge, and a fabulous challenge this week it is too, with an even fabbier prize to win, pop over to Pollycraft Monday to see the wonderful creations from the rest of the amazing DT's and to see what the prize will be!....

Right on to the challenge, it's a colour recipe Black, white and one other, for my other I chose a coffee colour, the papers are Making memories, and my image is fairy twinkles! Awww it just had to be a fairy for my first one!! I used my new martha stewart border punch, and loadsa buttons!

Now my fairy isn't a grunger or Gothic, i just didnt think a pink dress would quite go!!...lol I am a stickler for keeping to only the colours of the paper!! Have done a bit of doodling, and used a fabbi mini message!!

7 comments:

  1. oooh I like tis - very different, works well in these colours. Cute buttons with the twine through

    Congrats on your guest DT spot

    Victoria
    x

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  2. Oh Kim this is so super cute!
    hugs
    kim x

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  3. Gorgeous card Kim, I love the shaped bits at the edges :) Sorry I haven't dropped by for a while hun.

    Liz xxx

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  4. Love the card, Kim- she's so cute! Love the colours you have used.

    Missed your demo day on saturday at CUL- but got over there to be told it had been cancelled due to clashing craft weekend! Still managed to spend some pennies though!! LOL

    Teresa xx

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  5. Hiya,
    i love the colour combo and i reckon your fairy is a grunger!!! she look like she got attitude!!
    read your book on holiday it was great thanks will pop it back when i see you
    Big hugs
    Suzie Qx

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  6. this is stunning and a colour i would have never of dreamt of using but this card certainly has the WOW factor:)

    sue
    xx

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  7. This is absolutley adorable!!
    hugs,
    Rachel

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