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Sock Detective


The new challenge at Dude Time Doodles is Home Improvement so I used Grease Monkey Mike . He was trying to help me figure out where all my socks go, but he wasn't successful. I still think the dryer might be eating them, but leave me a note if you know the answer.

We would love to see you join in the fun and make a card for a Dude involving Home Improvement. You don't have to use a Dude Time Image to enter, but of course it would thrill us beyond belief if you did!

Hugz to all!

Comments

  1. Fun card Nancy and perfectly colored. Love the background paper too! Everyone is missing a sock, must be the dryer's fault!

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  2. I just love this card - great colours and love the papers & embellishments!!! Has a vintage feel which I love!!

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  3. Brilliant fun card Nancy, I love the it!!!
    Kevin xx

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  4. Oh my! I have no clue where they end up?? My teen loses more socks than anyone I know!

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  5. Tell him they go to "the land of the other sock" LOL! Darling card :)

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  6. Ha....cute card, Nancy! I sure have no answer for all those lost socks but there is surely a huge stockpile somewhere.

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  7. This is so fun and cute! Love the background paper and the cogs and wheels behind Mike. I think they sneak out through the dryer vent and are having a huge party somewhere and laughing at all of us.

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  8. I read about this once.... the washing machine literally eats and digests the socks! LOL ;) Super cute card! Can't wait to get to know you better at CYDI? :)

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  9. Nancy your card is fab! I get so stressed if I lose a sock! lol
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  10. awwwwww hun thanks for the lovely comment did make me smile :) love the sentiment on this super card reminds me of my bra wires!!!! wierd wonder why :) great image and lovely layout too
    Hugs Kate xx

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