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Sunday, October 7, 2012

Mo's DP2 Challenge #155: Anything Goes

Greetings!

Happy Sunday!  I am sharing with you a card I created using one of Mo's "Sailor boys" images.  I am usually inspired by a lot of things and this card was inspired actually by the sentiment I created.  I searched for an image that would compliment it well and I believe this image perfect!  I am entering this card in the Mo's DP2 Anything Goes challenge.

Here's my card...

Sailor Boy
I used SU red cardstock to make my 6x6 cardbase.  I layered on some dp and using my Cricut I cut out the fancy little diecut.  I actually had cut this out months ago, but finally got to use it.  I used Spellbinder's square diecuts to mat and cut out my image.  I colored my little guy using Copics and used a white gel pen to add accents.  I printed off my sentiment and cut it out using Spellbinders die.  I added some red and silver dots and ribbon to finish it off.

Thanks for looking and commenting.

Now get to creating...

 
Remember:  There are no mistakes in cardmaking, only opportunities for creativity!

6 comments:

  1. OH my goodness Candy...This card is wonderful. I love the fancy die you made and your coloring of this image is beautiful. The sentiment is also great. joann sassy raggedy

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  2. This is so beautifully designed. Loving your creativity.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  3. Candy, this is beautiful. I love this image from Mo's and you have done a wonderful job with it.

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  4. Love your sentiment on this 'sailor' card, fab image for the theme and love the die cut frame, it's fabulous! Your colouring is wonderful!
    hugs
    glenda

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  5. How fab, Candy! Love the pop of blue and sweet ribbon!

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  6. Great card, great sentiment! Love your coloring of this sweet image, too! Glad yo joined us in Mo's Challenge.

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Thank you so much for your sugar sweet comments! :-)

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Sue Nelson and I
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