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because God has poured out his LOVE into our hearts by the Holy Spirit..." Romans 5:5

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Royal Wednesday Color Blog Hop

It's blog hop time again for Queen Kat Designs!
You should be coming my way from Kelly's blog here...
http://www.kellystamps.blogspot.com/
Today we bring you an array of beautiful fall colors.
So Saffron, Old Olive, Ruby Red, & Chocolate Chip!
You can order ANY of these colored card stocks
directly from me at kellyjeanstamps@gmail.com
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Now on to the hop!
(Honestly, if you are only visiting my blog...
you REALLY should give the hop a try!)
Be sure you START at
and from my blog you will hop forward to
But before you go, be sure to check out my apples...

Newly released this month at Queen Kat Designs is
"Apple Basket!"
How 'bout them apples? he he.
The basket is designed so well that coloring was a cinch!
Add a bit of Crystal Effects (which can be ordered from moi)
and you have a very yummy image!
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Check out the QKD blog this coming Monday
for my sweet little surprise to go along with my card.
Hope your day is as sweet as APPLES!

13 comments:

lotsa scrap said...

Nice card design!

Nancyroo said...

great card!

Tina said...

Love this! The distressing is perfect.

CraftyMomOf2 said...

i love the background paper kellyjean!! and the apples look delicious enough to eat!!! great job!

Kelly Braund said...

Very cute! Love the details

Maria Levine said...

Lovely job with the apple basket! I love the shine on the apples!

Alex said...

Looks great! The crystal effects really adds a lot!

Anita said...

I just love what you did with these colors KellyJean. So lovely.

Lara said...

Very pretty!!

Maigan Lynn said...

Yay Apples!

linnes said...

Lovely apple basket! They look very yummy!

Juliet Diley said...

Awesome card! Love that apple basket! It was on my order!

alienanessa said...

Holy WOW!!! That designer paper is PERFECT on this!! The Crystal Effects make these look perfectly shiny and new, also known as yum! I have no idea how you got the distressing like that; mine doesn't ever seem to turn out this good. And you cut the image out perfectly. There's the perfect amount of old olive on there too. Talk about nailing this challenge, unlike moi!