Sunday, 16 September 2012

Kenny K's Krafty Krew ~ Challenge #111 Black & White +1.


Thank you to everyone that took part in our challenge last weeks "Autmun Hues !" challenge  
This weeks first sponsor is Kenny K's Downloads


The prize from Kenny is the winner's choice of 5 digi's.

And our second sponsor is 


with a super prize of 2 digi sets of the winner's choice!

Our theme this week is:

Black & White plus 1 other colour

Make whatever Takes your fancy as long as its black and white with a hint of 1 other colour!!.

Today's other challenges are:

City Crafter ~ Polka Dots.
Tuesday Throwdown ~ Gems
The Crazy Challenge ~ Seeing Spots.



Ingredients:

PP ~ Pink Petticoat.
Digi Stamp ~ Kenny K Downloads.
Gem's ~ Papermania.
CS ~ Core'dinations

11 comments:

Steph said...

Gorgeous, Susie! So fun and I love the polka dot papers! x

Ros Crawford said...

What a fabulous card this is Susie ... many thanks for playing at CCCB

Linda R said...

Oh my goodness. What a cute image. makes me smile. Your card is so cute I love it. So happy you played along with us over at CCCB!

Berit Synnøve said...

Fabulous card. Love your coloring and colors. Great layout.
Thanks for joining The Crazy Challenge.
Hugs Berit

crafty-stamper said...

love you fun card and image great papers too thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown this week
Carol DT x

Charlene said...

Hi Susie! This card is wonderful!!Thanks so much for sharing your lovely card this week at CCCB!Makes me smile!!

Kim said...

This is really cute. Wonderful colors and image. Thanks for playing along at Tuesday Throwdown.

Davi said...

Great card with the fun image and those cool dotted dps :) Thanks for sharing it with us at TT.

Berni Cuttino said...

Wonderfully design, fun and delightful, sweet card. Thanks for joining in on the fun at Tuesday Throwdown. We look foward to seeing you next week. Hugs
Berni,DT

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Very nice and fun card! Thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!

Grenouille Greetings said...

Love this retro card! The spotty papers are perfect for it! Hugs, Lesley