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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Little Kitten from Motivet

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At Motivet  there is a free Digistamp this week. 

You can use it for this week sketch challenge if you want to.
Here is my card, using the free Digistamp 
I'm stil getting used to my promakers. 
Even if the colouring is not perfect, I like the kitten.
I've used brown bazzill and some left overs DP from my chocolate boxes.
I've used Martha Steward picket fence punch to create the fence and spellbinders dies for the frame around the kitten.  I've used an vintage crochet doilies behind the fence.
Rub on from Nille. The butterfly I do not remember where I bought.

The card is created for following challenge:
Motivet : Sketch

6 comments:

  1. How precious, Linda! I really love how you tipped it's paws and tail in white! It looks awesome! Beautiful crocheted doilies in the background! I wish I had time to pull my needles back out again! Gorgeous card! hugs!

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  2. Så nyydelig den pusekatten!!
    Så nydelig løsning på skissen, Linda!
    Ha en flott dag,
    klemmer fra Maya:)

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  3. Herlig løsning, en liten glad katt!!!!
    Ha en flott dag, er jammen masse fint du lager om dagen :-)
    Klem Guro

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  4. Kjempsøtt kort Linda!! Dette falt rett i hjerte på en katte elsker!!
    KLem Mette

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  5. oh how YUMMY! i love the layers and layers: the nested diecuts on which the kitten is sitting, those amazing doilies (!), the picket fence...and then i have been totally loving the way you use eyelets with string or thin ribbons to attach things to your cards! that looks VERY cool and adds even more dimension and texture! (at some point i will be "stealing" that idea!!!) :)

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I want to thank every single one of you for taking the time to comment on my work, it's much appreciated!!

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