Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Ahoy me Mateys

Ahoy me mateys, I'll be Fish-Breathing Glennis here and thee be me challenge card for Simon Says Stamps Challenge.
Ok that's enough I can't even talk like a Pirate, I certainly can't write it and I'm not keen on my Pirate's name for which I blame my team-mate Chris who found a site where you put your name in and out pops your Pirate name.
Well if you haven't guessed yet the challenge on Simon Says Stamps is for Pirates, so if you have some of the new Magnolia Pirate stamps ,this is a perfect challenge for you and if you don't, any Pirate stamps will do.
I haven't made a framed window card for a while and saw one last week when I was blog hopping it was a lightbulb moment. I first made one a couple of years ago when Claudia did a tutorial on Papertake weekly.
Looking at my card now I wish I made another barrel but time ran out last week.
The pattern paper is Delovely by Cosmo Cricket, managed to get my hands on a 6inch pack, I've use the fab Cloud stamp from Hero Arts that was available to buy at Simon Says Stamps. The skull and crossbones is a childrens cuttlebug die and the charm is from Simon Says Stamps that have been waiting patiently for this challenge.
Don't forget there's a fabby prize of $25 to spend in the shop.
Today I need to get my head together and make some cards but I think my mojo is still in Wales!


  1. Oh, this is just the cutest pirate card I've ever seen, Debby! I love the colors and sentiment, yo ho!

  2. morning debby, ooooh i love this card,great idea using the framed window,it's perfect for them cutie it:)


  3. Its just perfect me matey lol.

  4. Its Fab Debby -love the scene

  5. Rofl...a fabulous card Debby, gorgeous colours.
    Hugs Emma x

  6. Fab card, love the recessed window ( I taught this in class a few months ago and everyone loved it). Love the little magnolia pirates and the skull and little charm looks fab.
    Lyndsey xx

  7. I just read the post on Simon Says - it's great to start the day with a giggle and I must say your pirate name is a hoot! a fabulous card with the magnolia pirates too.
    enjoy the day!
    hugs, annie x

  8. Hi Debbie,
    I love the colours and the lyout and thaose pirates are super cute. Fantastic card.
    Fiona x

  9. this is brilliant fun!!! Love the gorgeous the combo of colours!! fabulous, just Love it!! Hugs Juls

  10. Brilliant card, Debby! I love the colouring, the layering, the composition - everything!

  11. Stunning card hun. There is something on my blog for you x

  12. Ahoy there Glennis :-) Fab card ,, Tilda and Edwin do make such handsome Pirates arrrr :-)

    Love the window frame and the sky stamp ,, still on my wish list :-) Love the barrel stamp too ,,, another one to go on my list ! Love the charms ,, so glad I bought them already otherwise my list would be endless lol :-)

    Tax Evadin' Elanor Bonny (aka Lols)x x

  13. Totally awesome the colors
    Donna xx

  14. Debby...the papers, bright colors, and cloud background is so fabulous!!! LOVE IT!

    Blimey, your creativity and beautiful creations make me feel like I’ve struck gold! Thanks for being such a great mate on the Simon Says Stamp Design Team!

    Decayin' Eve Read (aka Steph)

  15. Как красиво! Солнечная и позитивная!

  16. So gorgeous card Debby.

    Hugs Riet.xx

  17. Stunning!!!
    Love the frame card and the colours you have used.
    Take care
    Debs xx

  18. I think you were off to a great start with your pirate talk, let it rip, I want to see a full Debby script of pirate jibber jabber!! Now, as for your card, I love it!!! I hope I can play this week as your fab 3D work has just given me inspiration to use my pirate stamps!!

  19. What a fun card Debby! I'm stuck with this one, no pirate stamps, really Johnny Depp is my only piratic interest LOL

  20. Too cute Debby. Love that you used cheerful colors on the Pirates instead of drab black. Fabulous design.
    ~Pam L.


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