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The Newest Freebie At Dude Time Doodles

The challenge this week at Dude Time Doodles is to use this Jimmy Gymnastics Image in a fun creation. The prize is you get to be the Guest Designer for August and hang out with the super fun Dude and Dudettes. The image is free this week if you enter, and it is a super image that can be used in many ways. My card is a late birthday card for my Brother-in-law.

Hope you will join us - it is always soooo fun to see what others make with the same image.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Terrific card Nancy! Love his oak cluster on his head, very clever and crafty of you!

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  2. Love the star brad layered over the banner piece!! Dude Time immies always give me a chuckle!!

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  3. What a perfect sentiment for a late card. Your BIL is sure to get a big grin from this one.

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  4. This is gorgeous Nancy - love his "roman like head band" - just a fantastic touch for this card!

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  5. This is such a fun way to send an apology to someone. Love your creativity.

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  6. Brilliant card Nancy, great colouring and design.
    Kevin xx

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  7. Love it Nancy, so will your BIL!
    Hugs
    dawn xx

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  8. Your card made me smile. Perfect sentiment to go with the image. I personally can't wait to watch the Olympics - love them!

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  9. Great card Nancy. The sentiment is just perfect.
    Mags
    x

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  10. Its just make me smile,I have not seen this on SCS so visited here what is going on. And its really a beautiful creation with perfect apologies :)

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  11. What a great card and such a fun way to say you are sorry. LOVE the sentiment!

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