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A card inspired by Kenny

Kenny Chesney inspired the direction I took with this card for the newest Can You Digi It? challenge - A Day at the Beach (it starts today at 7:00 AM EST).

I love Kenny Chesney. I watched his No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem video several times before I started this card using the LilyPink Designs truck out of her Truckin' set available at Can You Digi It? The video is sooo fun and festive and has a very Mexican bar feel to it, so I added a little Jolee's staw hat at the top. I sponged the Spellbinders die cut with SU! Crumb Cake and Bashful blue. The paper is Prima and SU!

Come play in the challenge with us - there is a $10 certificate to the store for the winner. Michelle has stocked the store full of wonderful new items and several new artists have joined us - you need to check it out!

I am entering this card in the Fresh Brewed Blog SummerTime Challenge and Pile It On #29 kick back and relax challenge as well.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. What a fun card, now I am going to sing that song all day. :) I love how you put the straw hat over the circle. That is a cute truck.

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  2. Brilliant card Nancy, I love the truck the hat and the sentiment.
    Kevin xx,

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  3. LOL - cute card. Would be perfect for any redneck too ;)

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  4. How fun! Love that image and those big tires and that straw hat is perfect. This would fit in the Digi Makeover Challenge too (add dimension) if you're interested.

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  5. Now, how cute is this! I like that truck with the BIG tires and the added straw hat. You're so cool, Nancy.

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  6. AWESOME!!! thank you for joining us at fresh brewed designs :)

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  7. Awesome card!! (I would say that, wouldn't I!!!) but I do love what you did here :)

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  8. What a killer cool card! Totally LOVE that image!

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  9. love kenny chesney!!! great card!!
    thanks for joining us at PIO - good luck in the draw!! Kimberly -Dt
    http://leokc34.blogspot.ca

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