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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Going Grey without the Basic Grey

I've been sporadic with my participation over at Going Grey with Scrap-creations. I've cut back on some of my design team commitments as I had been traveling a bit for work and have not been home at night when I do my stamping.  This week, I couldn't pass up these adorable images from Digital Delights by Louby Loo .  I only used the princess but her new release is has the knight in shining armor and the castle.

Our theme this week is Fairytales.  I wanted to make a Princess Birthday card for a birthday party my daughter will be going to this weekend and I know the girl loves to dress up as a Princess.  Little did I realize until I was chatting with Kristen tonight that I forgot one MAJOR requirement of our challenge-to use Basic Grey papers.  So, I apologize to all in advance but I still wanted to share my card with you all.

I'm being lazy so if you need any details, please let me know.  We would love to see what you create with a Fairytale theme and your Basic Grey's paper.  Join us by posting your card here.

10 comments:

Lorie said...

So pretty! Glad you played along even without the Basic Grey!

Jacki Randolph said...

Oh, she is so pretty all done up in pink! Love your flowers and the border punch design.

Crystal said...

AWWW Soooo sweet with all the pink!! ADORABLE!

Lisa Somerville said...

Too funny Kim! I'm sure she'll just love the princess card, wonderful use of color, just perfect for a little girl!

Summerthyme Studio said...

Ohhh she's pretty!!!

Rose said...

OMG she is so adorable, beautiful coloring!!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

The little princess will adore it!

Peggy said...

Great job on this challenge Kim. The Pinks are so pretty that you used.

Mary C said...

This card is adorable. I would never had thought to turn the lace punch facing up and I love her in pink. Very pretty DP, it is easy to forget the BG when your in the creative groove! So glad you played with us this week!

Kristen said...

Kim, you did a FABULOUS job! love this image!

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