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A Card for Charlene's Dad


This week's Teapot Tuesday challenge on SCS MMTPT223 is all about making an outdoors card for a very wonderful destination - to let Charlene's (Crystaldolphins on SCS and a former Dudette on Dude Time Doodles) Dad know that others are thinking of him while he goes through a really tough time. One of the suggestions was to use deer so I instantly thought of this wonderful deer image fron Delicious Doodles.

I used the Sweet Sketch Wednesday Sketch #178 and I am entering the following challenges:

Teapot Tuesday - Outdoors Card
Delicious Doodles - Embossing
Sweet Sketch Wednesday Sketch #138 - Sketch
All Sorts Challenge - For Men Only

Hugz to all and special hugz to Charlene and her parents!

Comments

  1. Great image and I love the wooden stars!!

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  2. Gorgeous Card! I love your image and fun embellishments. Thanks for sharing your card with us.
    Nancy SSW-DT

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  3. What a majestic image of those deer. Love your use of burlap and the rusty stars! Great card!

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  4. The deer image is amazing, very artistic and I like the way you have placed the stars, very cool.

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  5. Wow, this card is stunning! Love your image, the stars, and the stitching. Perfect!! Thanks for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday.

    Linda

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  6. Great masculine card, your card design is so fabulous, love the embossed frame.

    Thanks for joining us for our embossing challenge this week.

    Cheers,
    Kasey ~ in Oz
    Delicious Doodles DT

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  7. This is one fantastic card! Love the great image as well as the texture and super stars. Happy to have you with us at SSW.
    Hugs, Heide SSW-DT

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  8. Hi Nancy this is a lovely card and what a great image for a masculine card as they are so hard to make sometimes getting the right image. Love your card and colours and your embellishments are just perfect. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Sweet Sketch Wednesday and good luck.
    Hugs
    Kathie SSW-DT

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  9. Oh wow! This is stunning and a perfect masculine card. That image is so striking, especially left as just a pencil sketch. The most perfect papers and textures to draw attention to it too. Love your take on the sketch. Thanks for playing along at Sweet Sketch Wednesday!

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  10. Awesome masculine card, Nancy. Wow! I really like that deer image and the wonderful stars.

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  11. This has a homespun, warm feeling to it with the plaid background and those handsome deer. Sorry to hear the former Dudette Dad is having a tough time. :(

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  12. Goreous card for a man Nancy, just love the elegant image. Thank you so much for joining us at Allsorts for my For Men Only challenge x

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  13. Great guy card - really like the deer image and the design works so well with those muted colours too.

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  14. What a perfect card for a man...love that image.

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  15. What a beautiful card. That image is wonderful. The embossing and stars just add to the glory!

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