Sunday, January 19, 2014

Kym's Weekly Post

Here is a card I have made using a Sweet Pea Stamps image by Ching-Chou Kuik called "One and only heart". It is available as a digital stamp and rubber stamp

I have coloured the image in with my Graph'it pens. The backing papers are from Summertime Designs. The flowers I have made from die-cutting flowers shapes from a book and then colouring the die-cuts with my Graph'it pens. I have inked around the edge of the layers with my Tim Holtz's Black Soot distress ink to keep in with the pink and black colour scheme. 

I have finished the card off with some raffia ribbon, Craftwork Cards die-cut sentiments and some pearls.
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Yes I know Christmas has come-and-gone for 2013 but I am determined to be more organised for 2014 so here is a card I have made using a Sweet Pea Stamps image by Ching-Chou Kuik called "Cherish Christmas". It is available as a digital stamp, and a single rubber stamp.
I have coloured my image in with my Graph'it pens. The backing papers I was given. I have finished the card off with a sentiment off the Perfect Companions Christmas CD, poinsettias, washi tape and pearls.

10 comments:

  1. beautiful... love your colors and coloring..
    hugs

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  2. Hi Kym I think they are beautiful. It matters not as they say about it being Christmas we should be making two a week lol
    hugs
    susan

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  3. I think it's clever to make Christmas Cards through the year..you never end up to short.. I love your cards. Big hugs, Sylvia xxx

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  4. Love the cards. The pink is the first is great.. The second card is just so pretty!

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  5. super gorgeous. Love your coloring on the second card a lot.
    Hugs Nat

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  6. Your pen colors are so soft and natural looking. I love all the paper layering too.
    Hugs, Viola

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  7. Very beautiful cards! Love them!

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  8. Gorgeous cards, Kym, both of them. You're such a busy bee.. wow!
    Hugs, Karina

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  9. Oh I love the gorgeous pretty pinks in the first card, and those lovely flowers, and well done you for getting an early start on next year's Christmas cards! :lol:

    Ali

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