Friday, 5 June 2009

Friday Sketchers & Stamping For The Weekend Challenges

Today I have made this card for the new challenge blog Stamping For The Weekend who have called their first challenge 'from dusk to dawn' and the object of this is to use the colours 'purple and orange'. I have also used the sketch from Friday Sketchers although I have rotated it.


  1. 6" square card blank - Craft Superstore
  2. Backing papers - Yellow Daisy & Dandelion 'picnic patch' , purple Papermania 'amethyst infusion
  3. Mat & layers - Coredinations 'so mod'
  4. Stamp - Little Lovin' Kids - set 1
  5. Colours - Promakers
  6. Ribbons - Yellow Crafty Ribbons, purples unknown
  7. Pearls -Kanban
  8. Sentiment, bow and links - ebay
  9. Charm - Norwich Road craft shop.

Thanks for looking.

Kim xXx


Jen said...

Hi Kim,
Lovely use of the sketch! What a sweet little stamp, I don't think I've seen these before.
Thanks for joining the first SFTW challenge, I hope you can join us again next week.
Jen x

Pop's Cards said...

This is a super cute image, coloured fab, i love the papers and the charm is a perfect finishing touch, thank you for joinin us at SFTW for our very first challenge and good luck and have a great weekend hugs Pops x

CraftyC said...

What a beautiful card Kim, love your colouring. I have the little Lovin Kids and think they are gorgeous stamps. Thankyou for taking part in the 1st challenge for SFTW!

Donna said...

Aww what a cute image Kim, not seen these Lovin' kids before. Your coloring is wonderful. Love the sketch you followed and love all the ribbons you've used.
Thank you for participating in the "Stampin' for the Weekend" challenge. Good luck and we hope you'll continue to join in on the challenges on a weekly basis.
Donna xx

Anonymous said...

Hello Kim!
This is such a beautiful card, the image is simply adorable! I love the cute little charm you added, it really gives a nice touch.

Thank you for joining us in our first SFTW challenge and we hope to see you next week, too.
Good luck in the draw! :)

Have a lovely day

Jeanette said...

Love the colors you have used as well as that super cute image.
Thanks for joining Friday Sketchers this week!
Hugs Jeanette xx

Lilacanglia said...

what a super card,
and lovely colours, and that stamps lovely,

Vicki said...

Hiya Kim

Thank you so very much for taking part in our very first challenge, we hope you'll be able to join in more often too. Your card is beautiful, I've not seem this image before, she is adorable and coloured in beautifully too,a lovely choice of papers you've used and it's a great sketch btw. Hope you have a lovely weekend and good luck xx vicki xx

Carol said...

Love the image and papers - brightened my evening :)

Have a great weekend

crafty amy said...

Hiya Kim,

Great card and great way to combine the challenges. That image is such fun and I love the aded sparkle :)
Thanks for joining us at stampin' for the weekend and good luck.

X Amy X

Nicola said...

Aah your card is so pretty and makes me smile as it feels so happy. Your image is gorgeous and you have coloured her beautifully.
Thank you for joining us on our very first challenge at "Stampin for the Weekend" and we hope you´ll continue to join us on a weekly basis. Good luck!
Nicola -x-

aardvarkpest said...

Cute image beautifully coloured. Love the little charm and papers.


Beth said...

Such a sweet card, the charm is so pretty!
Beth xx

Susie Sugar said...

Stunning card , Love the colours and the image is beautiful
Hugs Susie xx

ros said...

gorgeous image and i love ur colouring

Anonymous said...

a lovely card, great colours and your image is adorable. hugs rachxx

Ida / Little said...

Hi Kim, what a great card you have made, I really think your image funny :) Thanks for joining us at SFTW this week :)

Hugs Ida

Kimmi said...

Hi Kim.

What a fabulous card you have here. The stamped image is great. Really cute. The sketch you've worked with is great too. The shades of colours you have used are brilliant. I love the bow with the charm!

Thank you for joining us at SFTW :o) Sorry I'm late in commenting!