Friday, February 11, 2011

Wow, it's Day 3 of Krafty Peeks. It's Annie Rodrigue day today!!

Okay, here we are again with some more Kraftin' Kimmie Krafty Peeks for you. Today we are showing some cards using images drawn by the amazingly talented Annie Rodrigue. Her line of stamps are called 'Moonlight Whispers'. Her images are so different from anything else I've ever seen and I love them. I am using Judy on my card and as you can see, perhaps more so with some of the other images, we are going with a 50s theme this time. I just love them all. Be sure to go and visit the blogs of the other Krafty Girls and see what amazing cards they have been creating for you to see.

I used a card base of Old Olive and the image layer is matted onto some Bashful Blue. I used some of my gorgeous KaiserCraft 'Tea at Elsie's 6 x 6 pad. I love the colours in this. The sentiment comes with Fanny, one of the other images you will probably see on one of the other girls' blogs. I used my new M.S. border punch, which I've already forgotten the name of. Actually I saw this punch used on Mary J's blog and immediately wanted it. I'd never seen it before and then, a few days ago I was at Michael's and found it there. Thanks Mary!!

Well, tomorrow it's time for the next Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge. Unfortunately, I left my camera behind at my DD Kraftin' Kimmie's house. She lives an hour and a half away from us, so unless I come up with a solution, I won't be able to post it! I'm really annoyed with myself. If I can think of someone I know who can take a pic for me and email it to me, I'll be all set, but so far I'm coming up blank.

Anyway, only another day to go, then it's February Release Day, so be sure and come back. We will be having another fabby Krafty Blog Hop and if you leave comments at any or all of the blogs, you will have lots of chances to win some of this awesome new rubbah!!

Till then,
Blessings, Diana

8 comments:

  1. Judy looks fabby dabby!! LOVE those papers and colour combo! Great job!

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  2. Beautiful card. I love what you've done with her eyes. ;) Much better then what I did. lol

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  3. Loving the colours you used on this one Diana! Judy looks fab!

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  4. What a fun colour combo Diana! Judy looks so pretty...just look at those baby blues!

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  5. Beautiful card, I love the springtime colors and Judy looks so sweet! :)

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  6. Awww...she's so cute, Diana. I love her blue eyes!

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  7. Ahhhh look at Judy...she looks super cute! Gorgeous colouring and I LOVE the papers and the great layout! Another stunning card, Diana!
    Hugs,t

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