Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Red and Green must not be seen!!



Thats the challenge Dawny has set over at Papertake weekly this week, I decided to do an Easel card for this DT card....

Please do pop over to Papertake weekly and see what the rest of the Dt have made they are gorgeous and we also have a sponser this week check out the blog challenge to find out who!!




Stash used:
Stamp Gillian Roberts nativity and snowflakes dies to die for DT stash
The rest is stampin up stash
Sentiment from seasons of joy set
White satin ribbon
Oval punches
papers bashful blue dsp

6 comments:

  1. Oh ,, this is just gorgeous Kim ,, the image and way you did this is just fabulous ! I love the colours and embellies you used too :-)

    Luv
    Lols x x x

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  2. Hello Kimmie chops, how you doing? Thanks for your lovely comments, soz didnt get to say bye, but I knew we would keep in touch whatever! Hope you and the family are well and all set for the big red dude? Love, love, love your card (as always), do you ever make a bad one, lol? I love the image, colours and snowflakes and how you have made this into an easel card, its just beautiful! Take care hun, look after yourself and hope to see you again real soon, big hugs Hxxx

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  3. What a gorgeous card,i love your image and papers.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  4. Great card, Kim. You've spurred me onand I'm off to make a blue and white Christmas card too.
    Hugs,

    Yvonne

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  5. Gorgeous card shape. Especially love the big snowflake and the ribbon and button x

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  6. Happy New Year Kim! Hope Christmas and New Year were good for you and the family? Love your card, great image, colours and use of buttons and bows, (you know I love your bows!) as always! Hope 2010 is all that you wish for hun, speak again soon, big hugs Heidi xxx

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