Sunday, 20 June 2010

Dirty Girl...., I never knew that London was THAT filthy - and I lived there for a year, so I should know.
The layout below shows the status of my feet after walking a day in London - and nope, I did not walk barefoot.
But, that my shoe actually sported a hole (which I didn't know at the time), may have been a contributing factor to the state of my feet.

But, it was the PERFECT moment to complete the recent Trifecta challenge for the {{ Design Dollies }} - you see, I struggled a  little with the elements part of the challenge: sand....yah, not happening for me on a day to day basis until I went to London *giggles*

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Cardstock: Stampin' Up ** Papers: Hambly Screenprints; Sassafras Lass; Upsy Daisy Designs ** Stickers: American Crafts ** Other: Paint; Uniball Signo Pens; Pearls; Rhinestones


  1. LOL - that is too funny- love it!!! Especially the color combo!!!

  2. LOL! Dirty Girl!!! Even your pedicure looks in quite a state! LOVE the Hambly and the Thickers! Not to mention the scrummy bubble wrap! You just rock my socks off! Thanks for playin with us Dollies lovie!

  3. That's some nasty dirt right there... XD But a great way to put in the sand element for the Trifecta!
    Awesome work, thanks for playing with us Dollies!

  4. wow that is ALOT of dirt - i forget how dirty London is... gorgeous layout - you ROCKED it xxx

  5. eugh, dirty dirty feet! I always hate going into London and then blowing my nose, black bogies!!!! YUK!!

  6. well....i have to admit i despise feet so i really didn't look much at your page lol...i did see the hambly and the bubble wrap! you crack me up!

  7. LOVE how you swung the trifecta Kim... And lol at the dirty girl bit...

  8. that's a fabby page, my Odd sistah! the feet, kinda freaky, but YUM to the hambly, especially! i lullzed at your realization that London is nasty filthy. ;)

    thanks for joining us in the Dollhouse! xo


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