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Sunday, 19 December 2010

Distressing with Kenny K


Isn't he cute :D He is the Cookie Guy from kenny K downloads available HERE. Over at Kenny K's Krafty girlz challenges this week the challenge is to show us some distressing. I have liked the torn effect for a while now ever since I plucked up the courage to tear my first sheet. The design paper is from Bearly Mine's Designers Extreme vol 1 (I love this disc!) To finish the effect I have inked round all the edges and added some card candies from Crafty Emma's Store for a touch of colour.
This is our last challenge for 2010 and with the 2010 design team. I am going to miss you girls it has been so much fun working with you all but I am also excited to be working with the new teamies next year.
I hope you all have a brilliant Christmas and a happy new year.

Huge hugs

Amy xx

5 comments:

Marie said...

How cool isn't this card! Lovely creation! So much fun!
xMarie

Bella´s Bastelecke said...

love these images :) Amazing card!

Hugs
Judith

Vicky said...

Hi hunni this is fab I love this fella he is awesome & I sooo luuurrrvvve cookies I've been eating most of the weekend. The 1s I've had are actually called 'Sheep Dippers' lmao but they are big & they are mmmmm mmmmm lol. Have a fab crimbo sweetie & I wish you all the very best for 2011. Take care shug.

Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx

Nannieflash said...

Hi Amy, hes rather a snooty looking character, but a fabulous card love it. With love and hugs Shirleyxxx

Cheryl Valadez said...

Hi, Amy! Such a fun card! I love the distressed papers that frame out Cookie Guy. Mmmm...cookies...I think I need a snack now...lol! Great card! Hugz, Cheryl

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