Saturday 12 March 2011

Krafty Challenge - Anything Goes!

Well Good Morning!  It's challenge day over at the Kraftin' Kimmie blog and since the new stamps will be released tomorrow (Sunday March 13th) our fabulous hostess Kimmie says "anything goes"!  Woo hoo!  Talk about an easy challenge - you'll definitely want to play along because you could win a free stamp.  Your choice of either Brigitte or Cap'n Charlie.  And what do you know?  I've got a card for you featuring Brigitte.  I must have been reading Kimmie's mind!

I stamped Brigitte on X-Press It blending cardstock and coloured her with my copics.  I cut her with a rectangle nestability but used the "out of the box" technique for her hair and foot.  The papers are My Mind's Eye Stella Rose - I think they might be Hattie (I'm having the darndest time remembering those paper names!).  I also added some pearls, a die cut border, a button and some tulle.  Yup - I said tulle!  My good friend Carole (who is also a Krafty Guest this month!) sent me some goodies and tied up some twine with a button and tulle.  It looked so pretty that I decided to re-purpose it for my card.  The layout is this week's CPS sketch.  

I hope you'll play along with us this week!  Have a great day and I 'll see you back here tomorrow for the Kraftin' Kimmie release blog hop!


Ashley Nicole said...

Love the card and the colors.

carole (TruCarMa) said...

Way to recycle there, PPL! This is perfection! Love her hair out of the box and these papers are so lush. Makes me want to get in the tub and have Sean fan me with palm fronds... ;) Awesome coloring, too -- your skin shading is TDF!

Anonymous said...

Awesome card Kerry! Love that stamp!! And your coloring is superb!

Tasha said...

Beautiful card, the tulle looks so pretty, i love your colouring
love tasha xx

Unknown said...

Absolutely stunning work Kerry!! WOW! Xx

Tracey said...

A gorgeous card Kerry!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous card Kerry! She looks totally relaxed in those bubbles - I am getting a little jealous ;)
I am intrigued by your 'out of the box' diecutting too... I can never get it right. I need more practice! Does anyone know of a good tutorial?
Hugs, Ruth S


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