Saturday, August 28, 2010

~~ Clyde the Crow ~~

I really am anxiously awaiting Fall...can you tell ??? After lifting the cute crow, from Sherri, I wanted to try to make another one.I was surfing the web and came across an adorable crow at the Cottage Cutz web sight and I fell in love with him, and this is my take on him. I used Doodlecharms for his head..its the egg cut.George for his beak,Paper Doll Dress Up for the pumpkin, his hat, wings, kerchief and the hay stack...which is really that ugly lil monster. I just used the hide feature on my Gypsy and did away with his eyes and mouth. The pitchfork and his overalls are from Everyday Paperdolls. Lots of inking and popping, added a lil Cuttlebug die flower, a brad and some raindrops and there you have him, Farmer Clyde.I really had so much fun making him and I think, after I tweak him a bit, I just might enter him in the Alabama State Fair! Thank you all for stopping bye and taking a peek !!!



OMG! He's ADORABLE! Love how you used your cuts. The haystack made me laugh. Fabulous job and of course you should enter it in the Fair! xxD


So very cute. I love it.


Well I'm telling ya, Farmer Clyde sure looks cute in those blue overalls and that hat with the flower!!! Bet you'd win at the fair, too!! :)


Amazing job on design, Joy! Perfect papers, embossing and inking! Love this guy... already a winner with me!


Soooo cute thanks for sharing!!!


sooooooo fun! seriously, I don't know whats up with me but I am super ready for Fall too! which is too bad for me because we are due for HOT weather again this week!
I love this card what a fun way to lift something you'd seen before and make it yourself!!!!

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