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Dude Time Doodles Blog Hop Week

The new releases at Dude Time Doodles are sooo fun!

If you are participating the the hop you came here from Dawn and got to see her incrediable creation. I get to present the new Pierre Painter image.


I had a blast playing with him. I couldn't decide what dp to use so I just "painted" on some card stock with various paints and glitter glue. My sentiment is a quote from the Master, Da Vinci.

Thanks for visiting my blog today.

Now it is time to see what Charlene created.

If you didn't come from Dawn's blog and want to participate click HERE to go to the Dude Time Doodles Blog. Remember one lucky commenter will win the prize, and these fun new images will all be available in the store today after 10 AM (EST).

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Brilliant card Nancy, I like the paint splash border and the quote.
    Kevin xx

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  2. love the wonder in the eyes of the painter..great theme.. beautiful card and presentation..
    - samir

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  3. Terrific card and fabulous coloring and colors! Love the quote, perfect for Pierre!

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  4. Fantastic colors and coloring. Love how you created the base and aged around Pierre. Perfect quote to go with this image too.

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  5. Good job with Pierre, Nancy. I'm thinking on that quote. And, I'm going to be careful. :-) Have a great day.

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  6. I always look forward to seeing your creations Nancy! This is fantastic! Love the aged feel around Pierre to go with DaVinci's quote. It's perfect btw and food for thought! Love this - you have illuminated Pierre beautifully (or handsomely I should say!)

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  7. Love what you've done with Pierre! That quote is just perfect!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  8. Hi Nancy, a fantasitc card, love how you have created the border, and the image is so appealing
    Janet

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  9. Great card Nancy. Love the border you have created and great job with the quote.
    Mags
    x

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  10. Delightful new image, Nancy, and I love that sentiment! Fab coloring.

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  11. What an awesome card. I just LOVE that image and so creative to make your own background paper. GREAT sentiment too!

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  12. What a cute image and wonderfully coloured too.

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  13. Love him and the colors you chose for him, guess he is not the only artist in town. :-)

    TTFN,

    CraftyGirl
    craftygirlcardsandcrafts.blogspot.com

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  14. Love this Nancy - the new DTD ARtist is just perfect in the frame!!

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  15. What a cute project! I really like the sentiment that you have added.

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  16. Tres magnifique!! Love this little French dude :)

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  17. Hi Nancy! What a FABULOUS and VERY FUN card! I just love it!
    Warmest Hugs, Sheryl

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  18. bonjour lol he is very Parisienne looking and a great creation too
    hugs Kate xx

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  19. awesome card, love the sentiment and the multicolored frame

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  20. Brilliant!! I just love the way you created your background card, it is so perfect for the image!!

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