Sunday, 6 December 2009

Having birdy moment with Stamp with us!



Good morning all, well not so good Rainy again! Not good for Dog walking fed up of slipping head over arse in the mud when over the park!! lol

Anyways its that time again whe Stamp with us comes around!.... I seem to be having a birdy time in crafting,have ya seen me post below... tee hee!!

My DT card today was inspired by a couple of people, one being Stamping sharing Steph with those gorgeous bow's she makes, and the other Jenny moors fabbi crimbo card using this bird and Nicci's card with who has just joined our fabbi Team..

I wanted to use the mellow moss colours on this one, I thought it turned out rather well..
Stamp set: Good Friend
Papers: Mellow Moss (from Hostess gift)
Card stock: Whisper White, Chocolate Chip,
Ink Pads: Chocolate Chip. Mellow Moss
Ribbon: 5/8 Chocolate Chip Grosgrain
Buttons: Earth Elements, Linen -Thread

10 comments:

  1. Love this Kim! The colours are fab and I love how you've used the stamps! xxx

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  2. Loving this colour combo - haven't used Mellow Moss for years! Will have to dig it out!

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  3. Hiya,
    another stunner that birdy is so tweet!!
    yeah i am loving Stephs bows too you have made a great job of it x
    hugs
    Suzie qx

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  4. Oh this is so gorgeous!
    Wonderful design and colours!
    hugs
    kim x

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  5. What a beautiful card Lim, i love your image and papers.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  6. Love this card Kim and the cutie birdie. Hugs Chris xx

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  7. this is gorgeous Kim, love the simplicity of it and the uber neat bow too

    Victoria
    x

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  8. I love the colour scheme on this card Kim, great work! :)

    Liz xxx

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  9. Love it Kim - great colours :) x

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