Saturday, January 22, 2011

Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge #62 - Fairy Tales...

Hello everyone...
This has been on very hectic week for me and my family.
BJ (my eldest) had surgery on his teeth on Wednesday and
because he's autistic we had to knock him out so they could get
to the back of is mouth...That was fun...NOT!!
Then on Friday the Tour Down Under (for those who don't know
it's like the Tour de France...Only in Australia) stage 4 finished in
 Strathalbyn. This meant that we had thousands of tourists and cyclists
invade our sleepy little town and I had to work... Blah!!!
But I survived...I was tired, but it really wasn't as bad as I thought...
 Anyway, that's not why I am doing this post...
The real reason is because it's actually time for another
Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge...
This week our wonderful and multi talented Tara has the wheel..
(so to speak). Tara would like us relive our childhood a bit and
create a "Fairy Tale" creation.....
Now, you can take this challenge anyway you want and put
your own spin on it...I think Andrea has even used the brand new
"Tickled Pink Piggies" on her card as the three little pigs
As for me, well I went with something a little more traditional
....The very beautiful Snow White!

This sweet princess is Snow White and is designed by artist
 Annie Rodrigue!

I LOVE this image...
She is one of my absolute favourites.
  The stamp is approximately 4 x 2.5 inches and you will receive
this stamp in unmounted deeply etched grey rubber.
Snow White retails for only $10 US and you can find her in the
 Kraftin' Kimmie Store.
AND you will also receive the bonus apple accessory stamp as
 well as the co-ordinating sentiment,
"You're the Apple of My Eye".

For this card, trying to keep with the "Fairy Tale" them I used the
"Everybody wants to be a Princess" sentiment that comes with
another of the Fairy Tale images "The Swan Princess"

The papers are from Bo Bunny's "Crazy Love Collection"
6x6 paper pad. The flower from Prima and the butterfly punch
is from Martha Stewart.

I coloured Snow White in with my Prisma pencils. And then
decided to give the flower some leaves and used my
 Martha Stewart leaf punch...

I decorated the inside with the scraps of the gorgeous paper I
had left over. I am finding this a good thing to use up all the
spare paper :0)
The sentiment is from a quote I had liked and printed up a long time
ago... Don't ask me where I got it...Cause I have a terrible memory!!
 Now, if you would like to play along with us all
you need to do is head on over to the
Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge Blog
checkout all the details and then go and make a
AND if you use a Kraftin' Kimmie image you could
win the very gorgeous images of
Snow Whitethat  Tara has featured on her card today...

Thanks For Looking!!


♥ Kristy Woods ♥ said...

WOW Donna this is GORGEOUS!!! Such beautiful dp and colouring!
Kristy xoxo

Jen Shults said...

This is flipping gorgeous Donna! I love these papers and the rich colors and your coloring is AWESOME. I love that scallop... any chance you might tell me where you got it? LOVE THIS!!! LY!!!

Welcome! said...

BEEEEEEOOOOOOOTIFUL Donna! Wow your colouring is stunning! Love everything about this card! Fab girl!
Hugs K ;)

Nana Diana said...

Donna, what a beautiful way to showcase the lovely Snow White image! I agree with you, she is just gorgeous and you've certainly done her justice!! Fabby colouring, papers and everything!!

Robin McK said...

Hi Donna!
This card is stunning! Lovely colours especially!

Sherman said...

Your coloring is stunning. Lovely card!
Sherman Unkefer

Kraftin' Kimmie said...

Wowee!! Donna, your colouring is just gorgeous, as always!! I can't believe the depth of colour and vibrancy that you achieve with your pencils!! You're going to have to give me a hands on tutorial some day!! Heehee! Love it, girlie!

Jessie/knightrone said...

So gorgeous!! Hope everything is ok with your boy!