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A Little Too Much Fun in the Sun!

Fun in the Sun is the name of this weeks's Dude Time Doodles Challenge. I used two Dude Time Doodles Images: Ice Bucket and Airplane Crash. I printed the bucket and the plane seperately and then cut out the plane and some grass so it would cover part of the bucket. Good thing the plane is only a remote controlled one. I know this card will crack up my pilot buddies. The beer bottle on the right is from a Jolee's Sticker set.

I am so thrilled Dude Time Doodles asked me to stay on as a Designer. When I go to the Dude Time Doodles Store and start clicking around, a zillion ideas start popping in my head. If you haven't been in there lately (or ever) you sooo need to go check it out.

Hope your day is full of fun! Hugz!


  1. Super fun card Nancy, your pilot friends will love it!

  2. Great fun card Nancy. Certainly made me smile when I saw it.

  3. So true. What a fun card and design. Great coloring too.

  4. You are not the only one who is glad you are staying on with Due Time. I love to see the cards you create using their adorable images. I love everyhting about your card today, funny image, great papers with distress look to them. Thanks for sharing.

  5. LOL I love this, a very important message & a fun card at the same time!
    We're glad you got to stay too!!!!
    Dawn xx

  6. Brilliant fun card Nancy, hehe the sentiment made me smile.
    Kevin xx

  7. Well, I'll say don't drink and fly. Just look what happened to this poor pilot. :-)
    Great card, Nancy. Hope you're having a good 4th of July. No fireworks for me this year.
    I'm bummed out with the heat and dry. Plus, it doesn't seem like the 4th on Wednesday. I'm having a bad 'tude. Right? LOL

  8. Oh, see?! I had just commented on your baseball Dude, and thought, "Nancy should be on their DT full time!" and now, I read that you are! Awesome-sauce news, Nancy!


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