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Friday, October 1, 2010

~~Remake of John Allen's B'day Card ~~


No, You aren't seeing things.It's a redo of my Son's B'day card. I just never was real happy with it and since he is my only child, I wanted to make the best card I could. The 1st difference is that this card is 5x7 . That means that those flying ducks from the Wildlife Lite cart are bigger( wooohooo) I added some cattails, from Everyday PaperDolls and I selected a different set of swimming ducks.The pond is from Create a Critter and the trees are from Camp Out. The word Son is from the Heritage cart, which actually said Sons, but I just lopped off the last S. Lots of inking and much more dimension this time....lots and lots of pop dots and foam dots. I did add the yellow corrugated paper around the pond. Thanks for looking.....again!! Have a great weekend...I'm taking my folks to the lake for a few days and then to North Alabama to buy apples from their favorite orchard....8 hours to buy apples!!! Since we are in that direction we will be spending 2 nights with my Sista in Tullahoma Tn. I can't wait to see her and her family!!

See ya next week!!!

2 comments:

Sharon

Love the redo card, too!! Sounds like you are going to have a wonderful weekend/week. Enjoy yourself. Pick lots of apples and have a wonderful visit with your sister. :)

Pam S.

wonderful scene! so creative!
Pam Going Postal

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