Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Another fabulous Release at the Creative Cottage and Sweet Pea Stampers - A Recipe

Creative Cottage has a new kit released today called The Daisy Chain Farm Kit, and what a sensational kit it is too. To see more cards from the fabulous DT members please go here. You will also find details of purchasing these fabulous kit, the papers are a joy to work with as well as ready coloured images which are great for quick cards.

I love piggies and these lovely pink papers work a treat with this image. There is also a sheet of embellishments including this adorable buttons, i have punched one out and covered it in glossy accents to give extra dimension. Im not sure where the black has come from on the piggy's head and body, i apologize!

Have also stickled the flowers and added some gems to the centres of the flowers.

Finally another card using the cute horse, and my favourite cuttlebug flourish die. Adding some flower sequins and pearls to finish.

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I hope you will go take a look at this fabulous kit, and maybe join in the Creative Cottage Challenge this week.

Hugs for now Linda x


Marlene said...

Oh my gosh, I love those little farm animals! They are too cute!

Riet said...

What a beautiful cards Linda,i love your images and the colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

The Crafty Goat Girl said...

Super cards Linda, as alwaays. Love the little farm animals, they are so cute. Great papers too! hugs Heidi xx

Macpurp said...

what cute cards! hope you are having a lovely day

love tina x

Nannieflash said...

Oh Linda you are so right they are fabulous kits, and your cards are all stunning, considering how hot it is youve created some beautiful work. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

Kim Piggott said...

Oh Linda these are such gorgeous cards!
Such cute little animals!
kim x

crafty amy said...

These are really just too cute. The more you show of them the more I love them :D

Amy xx

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