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A Quiet Moment


This is my entry in the Sassy Cheryl's Challenge #170 For a Guy/Boy with a Sassy Cheryl Image and Second Week of their Design Team Call. I love doing masculine cards!

I used Sassy Cheryl's Quiet Moments image for my card (available at Sassy Cheryl's Store and Squigglefly) - the image is so cute with that sweet duck and the lazy way Max is leaning down with his little feet in the water. I printed the image out three times to make my layers, and I distressed all my layers with the edge of my scissors.

Hugz - hope you all have a wonderful weekend!!!

Comments

  1. Precious image and just love the rustic feel to the papers you used around it. Great card :)

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  2. Oh Nancy!!! This card is the cutest! I love, love, LOVE it! It's clear why you like doing "boy cards"...'cuz you do them so well!! I love your card design, coloring, and design elements!! Spectacular! I'm so glad you've joined us for this week's challenge at Sassy Cheryl's!! Hugs. Pat Frank

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  3. This is SO cute! Love the image and all the layers and details.

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  4. What fun to have nothing to do but sit and dip your toes! Wonderful card Nancy!

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  5. This is totally awesome. You have made the paper layers and embellishments look like a fishing hut. I know that fishing huts are for ice fishing, but we can think outside of the box and make it spring if we want, can't we. Rocking card!

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  6. Great card, the textured layers jump out,love all the masculine colours too.

    Thanks for joining us in Sassy Cheryl's challenge.

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  7. WOW! What a fabulous little boy card. And the sentiment is just perfect. Oh. . .and did I mention that your coloring is gorgeous? Welp, it is!
    Thanks for playing along in the For the Boys challenge this week with the Sassy gals this week.

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  8. Wonderful card! Not everyone can do. Great masculine card! So glad you joined us for this week's Sassy Cheryl's challenge and DT call!

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  9. Love the look of this one!! All those fab krafty style, vintage-y papers and the cute little guy - fabulous :)

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  10. This is a brilliant masculine card Nancy, fabulous image and I love the dimension you have created.
    Pauline
    x

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  11. So cute and that sentiment is so perfect for it. Great coloring.

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  12. How super cute this is. I love your tape measure embellishment too. A terrific masculine card filled with sweetness-just like you!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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