Sunday, 28 February 2010

You Crack me up with stamp with us!!

Well my what rotten weather we have woken upto!! Cold , wet and miserable!! No wonder I am feeling a little under the wheather, with ears that are ringing and a throat that feels like someone has sanded!! Yesterday werent too bad, and whilst at the footie, it were warm one minute and cold the next, perhaps it could have been the truly awful game that was being played, Chelsea buck your ideas up, and do what you get extortionate monies for!

Anyway today is STAMP WITH US day!! and this fortnights challenge is a sketch, a fab one too, I decided to use the fabulous Good egg stamp set by Stampin up and create away, making a card and matching gift box, the box instructions can be found on splitcoast under one sheet box...



Well I hope you like todays creations, why not pop over to Stamp with us and have a go at the sketch challenge!!

stash used:
Stamp: A Good Egg
Cardstock: Brocade Blue, Barely Banana, Green Galore, Whisper White
Ink Pads: Stazon Black, Brocade Blue, Barely Banana, Certainly Celery
Accessories:, So Saffron Striped Grosgrain, Linen Thread, Latte Buttons

7 comments:

  1. Well done CHICK you CRACK me up and this card is EGGcellent!

    Z x

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  2. Oh I love this little chicky Kim, so cute! Great colours and am loving the ribbon, thanks for the lovely ribbon and the prompt service! Nearly brought some Easter eggs today, would have had to of eat them though lol! Hxxx

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  3. Well your goodies are a damn sight better than that excuse for a game yesterday Kim! Cute little stamp and I like the blue!!!!!

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  4. Kim, I love these, brilliant. Sorry you're feeling a bit under the weather, hope you feel better soon. Luv xxxxx

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  5. oh i love this! great image and love the colour combo!
    very nice
    hope your fine, love teen x

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  6. These are stunning Kim, love the colours... can't wait to get my set!
    Hope you are feeling better...?
    Justine x

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