Monday, 18 January 2010

Fairies lilli Fairies.....

Hello all, Thankyou kindly for you lovely comments, much much much apprecaited!!..

Today as promised some cards made using the gorgeous die cut Fairies from Lilli of the valley, some of the cards are giant 8 inch square ones, the stash list below the cards will let you know where they are from...

Hope you like, I have loads of die cut cards to show you over the next few days...
The last two cards are the giant square ones..... The creation is a paper bag!!

I have incorporated some Stampin up stamps and embellishments with them....




Stash used:
Card blanks Craftworkcards
Die cut images Lilli of the Valley
Rest is stampin up, ribbon, ink pads, cardstock circle scallop punch and circle plain, oval scallop and oval punch, Eyelet border punch...

8 comments:

  1. Oh my Kim this is utterly gorgeous!
    Beautiful cards!
    hugs
    kim x

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  2. What a beautiful creations Kim,i love your images and colours.
    So gorgeous papers.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  3. Stunning dear, just love the look of both of the cards and of course the LOTV fairies are just fabulous, hope you are well sweetie
    Hugs Jacqui x

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  4. Helloooooo Kimmie ... welcome back. Hope Paul is continuing in his recovery and you are looking after yourself too. Love the cards. Chris xxx

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  5. Stunning! I love these fairies x

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  6. beautiful,really pretty cards,epecially love the first and 3rd ones:)

    sue
    xx

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  7. Sorry to hear you've had such a rough time, hope things are improving. It hasn't stopped you producing some beautiful work though. Totally gorgeous.
    x Michelle

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  8. All totally georgeous! That first one is stunning x

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