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Birthday Fishing

At the Outlawz Paper A La Mode challenge we are casing cards from Outlawz members.  I chose this great card by Henriette:




Here is my case:



I changed up the images, flipped the sentiment to the side and used a different stencil.

Our sponsor for the challenge is Star Stampz and the image I used is Gold Fish Fishing.  This Etsy shop has some of the cutest digis around.  I love this one.  I colored her up with water color pencils since they were out on my calendar.  My stencil is a chicken wire stencil but it is muted due to the crazy way I sponged around it - I have got to stop being so lazy!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Nancy, I think the background stenciling is SUPER! Reminds me of the sky and clouds. Cute, cute card - and you're not lazy at all! It's fantastic. Love that image and the sentiment on the side too.
    Lynn

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  2. This is a super card Nancy, such a sweet image and fabulous background.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. Too stinking adorable - I think the little gal is MUCH cuter than the beer and pretzels, and I love your crazy, lazy way of stenciling - it is more than perfect!!! XOXOXO

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  4. Gorgeous cards Nancy.Your first card is so much fun and adorable little girl on your 2nd card :D

    xx coops xx

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  5. Such a delightful card, Nancy! I saw this on Jill's sidebar and had to come take a peek :) I grew up in Europe (several years in Germany) and I instantly thought of my childhood - you brought me there! This is a delight in color and design - thank you for making me smile today with your card ♥ New follower/friend here!

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  6. Just adorable and a great case!

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  7. Thank you for the nice comments on my blog. Sleep doctor! I hope that all goes well for you. I had to have a sleep study. It did help me...(when I followed what they told me to do...smile)

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  8. Both of these are adorable. Love the backgrounds.

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