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Fathers Day part 3


This card uses a freebie digi image that I have had for ages, sorry I cannot remember the lovely blogger who shared it.  I have coloured them with my promarkers and used my blender pen to add a slight effect. The papers have all come from my stash.  The scalloped bit was a left over from a Kanban sheet, ribbon was in my stash but was black and pink so I used my promarkers to change it an orange colour.  Sentiment was done in word and inside the card it says '... yes it's all your fault! Happy Fathers Day'.

This card is for the following challenges:


Thanks for Looking

x Nicky x

Comments

NanaConnie said…
Adorable little critters, Nicky! Love your color combo. Thanks so much for joining in the "Critter Crazy" challenge at Tuesday Throwdown this week. Good luck in the draw and I hope we're going to see you again and again.
NanaConnie DT
oheidia said…
I really love your card! The image used is so cute and your coloring is fab!!! Thanks for joining our challenge at PFP:)
The Crafty Den said…
Hi Nicky, what a fun card. I love the cute image and your colouring is perfect. Thanks for joining in with my "lots of layers" challenge over at PFP this week. Hugs, Denise x
Like the whimsy card. Has a Pixar Disney Monsters Inc feel to it. Thanks for entering the Tuesday Throwdown Challenge "Animal Critter" theme.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"
Guest Designer Tuesday Throwdown
Anna-Karin said…
Such fun images! Great colouring. Thank you for playing along at Card Patterns this week!

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