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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

"Agent Eclair dropping"


UPDATED:  Woo hoo!  I was spotlighted on Little Miss Muffet for this card!  Thanks ladies!!

Today, I am sharing with you a card I made using agent Eclaire dropping from Little Miss Muffet.  I had fun with this image.  So many possiblities.

Anyway, here's my card...

I used a sentiment I created for another creation, but thought it would work out perfect for this card.  I wanted an uplifting card, because so many people I know are needing a lift.  I digitally paperpieced the balloon and used cardstock from SU.  I colored Agent Eclair with Copics and added some glass glaze to her goggles.  I used Copics Spica pens to add accents to her boots and buckles.

I am going to enter this in their challenge this week as well as...

The Craft Place Blog Challenge:  Anything Goes

Thanks for looking and commenting...

Now get to creating...

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


  1. Hi Candy, love your card, such a wonderful and fitting sentiment and I really love the way you coloured agent Eclair up! Thanks for sharing at Little Miss Muffet Challenges. Good luck and hope to see you again! Hugs, Frea, DT Member LMM Challenges

  2. This is a wonderful use of these images! Love how you have the parachute cut out and also paper pieced...looks wonderful! And the sentiment is perfect.


  3. Candy this is lovely! I love how you have popped the parachute up over the top! The sentiment is fabulous too!

    Thanks for joining us at Little Miss Muffet stamps for our Easel, Shaped or Step card challenge and congratulations on being spotlighted this week!


  4. Congrats on being spotlighted for this awesome card! I totally love how you have the parachute, and the paper piecing, AND the parachute bg paper!!

  5. Great card hun and thanks for entering it into our challenge at that craft place x


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Sue Nelson and I

Sue Nelson and I
2009 Rubber Stamp Convention