Sunday, August 12, 2012

Christening


So Mr Mojo was watching the games while I was trying to make this card. I had no problem colouring and building up the layers of the Baby in a Suit from Mo but making the card became a work in progress.
I used one of the Romantic Rectangles from Spellbinders, the embossing folders are Swiss Dots from Cuttlbug and the stripes from Stampin Up.
For the border is was Martha Stewart border and I decided on the corner from Memory Box to begin with a used one as you can see from the card below but there was something just not right.
The following day I added the Picket Fence and I wasn't really happy with the words for the sentiment but I still wasn't really happy with the card either.
I changed the sentiment when I completed the others and then decided to put another corner on with a couple of discreet snips of the scissors I made it fit and added the the pearls now I almost like the card.  



38 comments:

  1. Hi Debby
    Love both of them !
    Hugs Jo :)

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  2. so gorgeous Debby, I like both versions. The image is so lovely and your colouring and layout is beautiful

    I hope you have a good Sunday
    Hugs Sue

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  3. What a beautiful card Debby,I love the image and the colours.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  4. They are both perfect how couldn't they be with the charming chappy in his suit.
    Hugs
    Margaret M

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  5. This is beautiful Debby,love the layout and colours.xxx

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  6. Gorgeous image Debby. Both versions are wonderful but the two corners looks awesome.

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  7. Beautiful work, Debby! Love all your textures and this handsome little guy really pops in more ways than one! Hugs, Lesley

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  8. adorable and love the corner dies
    Hugs Kate x

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  9. Gorgeous card Debby sweet image too

    Anne

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  10. Love that little cutie Debby... and gorgeous textures in the white too!

    Hugs
    Christine x

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  11. beautiful work though Debby xx

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  12. hi debby :)
    wow thats a stunning card :) huggs jo x

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  13. Oh Debbie .. this is adorable.. i ove all the whote embossing
    Lisa x

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  14. Debby you make so many awwwwww cards and this is another one. It is gorgeous. Love the image and the embellishments you have used. It really does it for me
    awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
    Eileen x

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  15. Leuk dat je het verschil op de kaarten laat zien En je kaart prachtig
    Groetjes

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  16. Wonderful Christening card!
    Beautiful white elements.
    Kim

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  17. Love both cards Debby. The lil' fellas is so darn cute all dressed up in his Sunday best!
    The sketches and papers are simply FAB!!

    :)S

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  18. Such a beautiful christening card Debby and the dies and image around it are stunning, xx

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  19. Beautiful card, love your before and after picks,
    Hugs Debs

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  20. Adorable card hun. Hugs, Claire x

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  21. I love this litle chap!
    Beautiful card and imaculate as allways.
    Hugs
    Chris x

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  22. Fabulous cards Debby, love the cute image, gorgeous embossing and die cuts, pearls finish them off perfectly, love them both
    hugs
    Kim xx

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  23. Wonderful card, Debby! I love the embossing and diecuts and darling image! Fantastic coloring and dimension!

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  24. Hello!

    This is such a pretty card - I am inspired now to use the pieces I have like some in your creation as I have been saving them! You have created beauty once again. Wishing you well.

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  25. Gorgeous card Debby. Love the white embossed background and all your dies.
    Lorraine x

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  26. That sounds just like me when I'm making a card :) Colouring is usualy no problem but then I have to make the card...
    What an adorable card, love the second one! Enjoy your evening, Colinda

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  27. A gorgeous card Debby, love the embossing!
    Have a nice week!
    Hugs Kjersti:)

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  28. both so stunning debby.fab white on white designs and i love the image :D

    xx coops xx

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  29. I love it Debbie and a super cute chap the embossing is gorg love them both especially the bottom one to look like wall panels stunning

    Hugs Wendy

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  30. Hey Debby

    Beautiful card - love the Mo image - he's just so cute.

    Thank you so much for dropping by and leaving me some lovely comments, they are very much appreciated.

    Have a great week.

    Toodle Pip

    Hazel xx

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  31. Oh Debby this is awesome an excellent Christening card that image is so sweet,l the die cuts and design look superb.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  32. Oh Debby your cards are always gorgeous!!!!!!!

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  33. You are too funny...I love them both! But I always love every one of your cards.

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  34. Both versions are beautiful Debby - so thanks for showing both.
    Beryl xx

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  35. I love the embossing... especially the stripes, so versatile (mmmm, another thing for my wish list!) cute image, and I do prefer the sentiment on the updated version, I think it suits the lovely tailored look of the card. TFS, Donna

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  36. They both look fab Debby!
    Helen x

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  37. I love both versions, Debby. So glad to see the evolution of your cards. TFS.

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