Friday, April 20, 2012

George and the Dragon


On Wednesday you would have seen my WOYWW post and all the tiny pieces I had cut to make this cute chap, he's called Kitchen Knight from Mo Manning.
I've got totally confused which day I planned to post this I thought it was today and my LIM yesterday (I know I was late and posted it this morning) but I did the sketch on Fussy and Fancy Challenge but there's a new challenge today so I messed that up.
The papers are A Boys Life from Echo Park and the sentiment is Penny Black from a clear set, can't help but make a banner along with the faux brad and the zigzag punch it looks like its now compulsory for a boy or mans card.
I know people have asked for a tutorial but I never was able to sort out the movie on my camera to upload onto u tube or even on my PC but I have found the one a picture tutorial I made for the High Hopes challenge blogs here.
Also I made one for Just Magnolia Monthy Challenge which is no more but I try to track down the original on my PC and maybe make a page for it but give me time to find it.

45 comments:

  1. This is fab Debby I love the bright colours and how you have done the image I must try it (put it on my to do list lol). A really gorgeous boy card xx

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  2. Fab card! He is great and love your gorgeous colours x
    Wendy x

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  3. fantastic card - lovely layers of bright colours and a smashing image - love it xx

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  4. Loveley card Debby,i love the colours.

    Hiugs Suze xxx

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  5. Hi Debby love the card, colours are so lovely and image and layout fab, just gorgeous!!

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  6. It's a great card and the stamp is gorgeous
    Greetz, Marianne

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  7. A beautiful and colourful card!

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  8. Gorgeous card!
    Love the colours you used.

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  9. gorgeous card love the image and the paper are lovely too. …

    Hugs
    Judith

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  10. This stamp is so much fun as it shows how much a child can have with ordinairy things and that combined with your bright colours make it a super card!!!

    Have a nice weekend Debby!

    Irene

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  11. WOW - stunning Debby! Love this one, the image is just brilliant and love all the bright bold colours too.
    Lorraine xx

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  12. Hi Debby,
    Gorgeous card,fab image and papers :) x

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  13. What a beautiful card Debby.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  14. A beautiful card Debby, love the image and all the different papers. Aud x

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  15. Hi Debby what a fun boy's card! Love it!
    Hugs Lynsey x

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  16. what a great fun card, lovely colours
    hugs

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  17. Love the fabulous bright colours Debby and such a cute image, gorgeous male card..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  18. Hello!

    This is the most wonderful card - you are so skilled and creative! Thank you for the link to your tutorial - I printed it again to make sure I have it in my files! I also printed your WOYW photo of the pieces you used in today's card. I LOVE your work! Wishing you a happy day and a great weekend!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  19. Super card - love the kitchen knight image. Took a look at the tutorial and know I'd never have the patience to do it as often as you do. I'd probably even struggle with just once.
    Beryl xx

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  20. What a cute stamp!! Love the papers you used. Just gorgeous. Hugs, Nicole

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  21. Oooh Debby this is gorgeous - what a cutie he is.

    Hugs
    Penni
    X

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  22. Love your card Debby - gorgeous colour combo. Hugs, Claire x

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  23. Fabulous card Debby, cute image and love the papers...enjoy the weekend.
    Wendy xx

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  24. Oh fabolous card Debby!
    Hugs Heidy

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  25. Hi Debby, wow this is gorgeous, what a super image and l love all your different papers so beautifully put together:)x

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  26. What a fun, fabulous and adorable card Debby!! I love the colours! xx

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  27. Love seeing boys cards ! Love the colours it gives him so much more character.

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  28. I am a great admirer of your work Debby and what little boy wouldn't love this card for their birthday.
    Just gorgeous.
    Hugs
    Margaret M

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  29. Fab card, really love the bright colours on this one.....

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  30. Gorgeous card Debby, love the image and fab colours.

    Donna x

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  31. Absolutely gorgeous Debby, fabulous layout. Joey xx

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  32. Lovely card Debby, great immage of the knight and beautiful bright colors of your papers.
    Hugs José

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  33. Fab work Debby this was the one in progress from the other eve what a little cutie! Hugs Rebekah xx

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  34. Utterly FUN and delightful, Debby. Fantastic paper piecing.

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  35. absolutely stunning card Debby, so love the 3d elements on this, brings him to life!
    Debxx

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  36. very cute image. And I've just viewed the tutorial... OMG - what a lot of work ~ I'd never be able to produce the amount of work you do Debby... very impressed!

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  37. Fabolous card, the colours are perfect with this cute image.
    Hugs
    Melodie

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  38. fantastic card debby,stunning bright colours and i love the image ;D

    xx coops xx

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  39. This is gorgeous Debby, I was wondering how the image would come up when I saw it on your WOYWW post.. I think this technique is simply fabulous but seeing the pieces cut out I still wonder how it's done he he , love it :D xxx

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  40. Great card Debby. I love the right colours and the cute image.

    Sharon x

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  41. He's gorgeous Debby.... fabbie image and I love the colours you've used too!

    Hugs
    Christine x

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  42. gorgeous card made me smile xxx

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  43. This is soooo adorable !!Fab hun!

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