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It's Guest Designer/Freebie Week at Dude Time Doodles. We do this once a month, and it is your chance to snag a fun digi if you promise to play with it and enter it in our challenge this week (the prize is wonderful so be sure and read the short list of rules). The challenge actually runs two weeks this month since there is an extra Wednesday - so you have extra time to play.

The free image is the Youth Football image which is perfect for this time of year! Last weekend was the first sign up date for Youth Football in our area and there were lines down the streets!!! Football is huge in Alabama!!! I colored my image to match up with Prattville colors (the school won the 6-A State Championship again this year - they are amazing). All the little boys in the area dream of playing on that team and they start early. Well, that sums up extent of what I know about football other than that there is a ball, field, goal, and some rules (like head for the women's restroom 10 minutes before half time so you don't have to wait in line long)!


I also used the star out of the CowPoke Cal Set - I just printed it out on red paper and cut out the star part. My star brads were a gift from my friend Stacy (Twinshappy on SCS), the blue jean paper is from Hobby Lobby, the CS is from SU!, and I used Stickles on the stars and parts of the jersey.

Come join in the fun!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Absolutely terrific card Nancy! Thanks for the lesson in football, never knew there was a ball!

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  2. Brilliant card Nancy, I like the colours the stars and the sentiment.
    Kevin xx

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  3. Fantastic card!! Love the little dude and you've used him so brilliantly in this fab layout :)

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  4. Such a fun card! Love the denim paper and the bright red star. Very cool design too!

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  5. This is such a darling image and so wonderfully colored as well!

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  6. Great card, Nancy! Love what Tammy said in her comment (my laugh for the day). Now, you must not leave for the restroom early or you may miss the biggest play of the game...maybe even a touchdown. LOL
    Love your fun card and the fab sentiment.

    Pssst...take a peek on my blog today.

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  7. Cute card - love the little embellishments!!

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  8. Love the denim paired with red, football images and stars. How much more American can you get??

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  9. So fun Nancy! You did such a fabulous job with this freebie! Love the bkgrd and the red just pops! Like Tammy, I learned some things about football too!

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  10. This card is absolutley adorable and the sentiment is perfect. Such a cute image!

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