Saturday, 26 March 2016

Stampin Creative March Blog Hop - Lovely Layout Theme, #StampinUp #WatercolorWords


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Hello There,


It's that time again, when the Stampin Creative Team Blog Hop is on the go,  and this weeks them is a Sketch Layout,   you may have arrived HERE via,  Emma Goddard with her fabulous creations,

Well Sketches are open to all sorts of interpretations, and I for one love to see how others interpret a sketch differently to me,. and today is no different, this sketch was designed by our very own Queen Pip, and what a fabbie sketch it is too, …

Being totally full of a head cold again, I needed to keep it simple as my brain is not up for anything other than simple I am afraid, and I kinda cased my last card too,
 I have used the same colours as the last post, Basic Black and Bermuda Bay purely due to them being on the table, and using scraps which are perfect for the Stampin Up Note Cards…  The DSP this time though is from the Annual catty called Everyday Chic, the sentiment is from the  Stampin UP Stamp Set called Watercolour Words.





Don't forgot to pop over to  HERE to see Lesley Lendon and her equally fabulous Creations…

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11 comments:

  1. Love it Kim, and hope you feel better soon xxx

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  2. love the clean and simple lines of these and how you switched the layout round. Great ideas Kim ;-)

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  3. These are great. Simple and classy. x

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  4. Feel better soon, hon ! Love this as Louise says its clean and simple ! xx

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  5. Love how this works both horizontally and vertically! Great cards as always, Kim

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  6. Hope you feel better soon. Lovely cards as always and yes sketches are for interpretation and you do it so well. Zx

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  7. Another lovely card Kim with this colour combo!

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  8. Nice way to do it Kim - showing how it can be turned on it's head (well almost - on its side anyway) - a very striking and stylish design whichever way up! Hope you're better soon xx

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  9. Oooo what a lovely card. I love your choice of colour and patterned paper and how you've shown it in both orientations x

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  10. These are great, Kim! I love your take on the layout and the way you've shown it can work both ways. Lovely colours too. Hope you are feeling better. Caro x

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  11. Such smart looking cards - I can almost see this design as a handbag. That touch of Bermuda Bay is very chic!

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