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Tuesday, 27 April 2010

I didn't do it....

Is one of my favourite digis from Karen's Doodles and I thought this naughty little pup was perfect for the 'Monochromatic' challenge this week on Karen's Doodles UK Challenge Blog


The image is coloured with promarkers, some glossy accents on his eyes and nose and then distressed with some brown ink before matting onto some brown crocodile skin paper from my stash. For the background I've used some cream card stamped with flourishes (well birds tails from Elusive images) and again distressed with brown ink. The crackled brown background is made using a layer of cream acrylic paint, a layer of homebase crackle paint that I found in the shed and a layer of brown acylic paint.

I'm also entering this card for the following challenges
Cards for Men: Monochrome
Crafty Creations: distressing
Tuesday Taggers: Memories. This image reminds me of one of my dogs - Benji is a honey coloured german shepherd and when he was a puppy he managed to chew through a duvet and I came in to find the hall, stairs, landing and bedroom covered in white feathers. You wouldn't believe how  many feathers are in one duvet lol. This image always makes me smile as I can't see it without remembering that day.

Thanks for looking
Claire xx

20 comments:

  1. Great card Claire, love the image.
    Beryl x

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  2. This is super cute Claire, I have to agree that image is fabulous.xxx

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  3. Great card, Claire. wonderful colouring. Thanks for joining us over on Cards for Men and good luck with the challenge.

    Donna

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  4. Wow hes so naughty, but I do love that image. Thanks for joining us at Cards for Men, and good luck with the Challenge. With hugs Shirleyx

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  5. aww Claire fabulous card and love the "memory" it evokes too x Thanks for sharing with TT x Janet

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  6. gorgeous!! Love the sepia look! hugs Juls

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  7. This is fab image and I love the way you have used it Claire. Cathy xxxx

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  8. Hi Claire, WOW you are soooo forgiving...all those feathers!! lol Fabulous creation...your image is adorable and your distressing is fab....clever idea to use the bird feathers for your swirls!! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations this week - hope you can join in next time! bx

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  9. A lovely card Claire! Particularly like the image and especially the lovely crackle background. Must have a go at that one.

    Janet xx

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  10. Being a doggy person I was sure to like this but it's not just the image but everything about the card I love. Really liking the colour.

    Jenny x

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  11. Thank you for joining us at Karen's Doodles with such a beautiful card ! Good luck ! Smiles from Catherine

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  12. what a great card good luck in the challenge at Karens doodles this week, thank you for entering

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  13. Hi Claire

    this is one of my fave images too its gorgeous, you have done a beautiful card, thanks for joining us at Karens Doodles UK

    Joey.xxx

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  14. Anyone who's ever had a puppy would understand that look. A gorgeous image and a lovely card.
    Beryl xx

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  15. Oh he's a real cutie, and its a superb card.

    Thank you for joining us at CFM and good luck with the challenge.

    issy

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  16. OMG !!! It's HARVEY! This is SO like the antics my little dog gets up to! (It's the spitting image of him too)! Gotta get me this image.
    Thanks for playing along with us at Cards For Men Claire. good luck! Viv xx

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  17. What a lovely memory. My Dog was named Benji too - gone now sadly, but fondly remembered.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday Taggers this week.
    Hugs,
    Teri x

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  18. I love this card Claire the image is adorable and the bp is just gorgeous.
    Janette

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  19. Wow! That's gorgeous! your dog story made me laugh. Thanks for sharing with us at TT this week!

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  20. Smashing card can see why the image invokes that memory. Thank you for remembering with us at TT this week.

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