Monday, January 25, 2010

QKD Royal Monday Blog Hop

This week the Royal Court was challenged to use a photo for inspiration. To start at the beginning of the QKD hop and to find the complete hop list, please click here on the words: Queen Kat Designs.  If you've been hopping along, next up is Penny.  Tomorrow (that's right, Tuesday) the rest of the QKD Design Team show us their inspirational work. And I'll be back tomorrow to remind you!







This is the inspiration photo.  I realize this home could be in the 'burbs, but I thought of a lodge in the woodsYou know, the kind of place where you go to hunt, fish, ski, then come back inside to a cozy fire.
And when I think of the woods, I wonder if I'll see any pixies.  So here is my card with the QKD stamp set Forrest Pixies. Be sure to stop at the Queen Kat Designs Store at the end of the hop to check out the current sale.

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10 comments:

Juliet Diley said...

LOVE the twist on the inspiration! That is awesome! Reminding me to think in many ways when we see the inspiration photos!!!!! Cute card!

My name is Wynneth said...

Great project Helene, that stamp is so sweet and I love what you did with it :o)

hugs
wynneth
x

CraftyMomOf2 said...

so sweet helene!! and i LOVE your inspiration and where it took you...so awesome!!!

Anita said...

What a great use for that stamp set Helene. Being Irish I of course love it as well.

Kimme said...

Cute little pixies. Nice interpretation.

Nancyroo said...

so adorable!

Lara said...

Awesome!! Love the sparkles and shamrocks!

Alex said...

I love it!!!! The flower in the hair is perfect, and I thought woods with this photo too :)

MrsETaylor said...

Very sweet take on the inspiration challenge. Love that

Penny said...

love this!! what a fun card

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