Friday, July 30, 2010

Happy Birthday DS

Today its my Son's birthday and Lenny the Lion was taken by my DD for his card so I had to make another. I saw the trains on the BG Oliver and knew it was perfect for Mo's engineer and even better now I have my printer no smudging.
We all know that Mens cards give us nightmares and this one is no exception. I used the sketch over on Sketch and Stash, the corners are a sizzlits set and remember my picket fence from MS I joined them together to make train tracks.
The tiny brads are actually punched out circles, embossed  before sticking them down. The sentiment is from craftwork cards.
Happy Birthday DS 

33 comments:

Pop's Cards said...

This is fab i love this image and you have coloured to perfection, loving the dp's too hugs Pops x

Unknown said...

Oh Debby, he's is gorgeous. Love the way let the image pop out!

Hugs,
Renata

Sharon said...

An excellent job again Debbie. Just love this train-driver. Beautiful papers and colouring. hugs Sharon

Riet said...

So beautiful card Debby,I love the image and the colours.
So amazing papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

Sew This N That said...

Happy birthday to Master Yates!
Beautiful card Debby, love the image that you have used :0)
*hugs* Heather x

G Peplow said...

This is perfect Debby, love your colour combination here:) xx

Lia said...

wonderful card debbie I love the image it's such a nice image.
Your papers and coloring are great
hugs Lia

Poppy said...

Great card Debbie.Love the train tracks.
poppy

kaylou said...

Hi Debby
this fabulous, the image is great and is perfect foryour 3d work, love the train paper too.
Have a great weekend .
hugs Kaylou xoxo

Anne said...

Love it Debby, I'm sure your son will be delighted with it - as would my son, thanks for the idea! Hugs x

Tracy said...

A really fab creation Debby, I love the corners and the image is done beautifully.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

elibeegifts.co.uk said...

Fantastic card.Elisa.x

mckinkle said...

Stunning card Debby, the image really comes to life in your hands and the MS punch as the track is ingenious!

Keryn x

Diane said...

Lovely card Debby, I would never have dreamt of using the MS punch as a train track!!

Doreen said...

Another fabulous card Debby.xxx

Jill said...

stunning card Debby that punch makes great train tracks great idea thanks for joining us at Sketch n stash hugs Jill xx

Danielle said...

I love this card Debby! Beautifully coloured image and fab choice of papers - love the picket fence!
Hugs, Danielle

* √úla * said...

Oh this is fabulous card Debby. brilliant work with the sketch and love the old man image.
hugs Ula X

Karen said...

Fantastic card Debby. I love the expression on his face. Those papers are scrummy.

Love Karen x

Stamps and Paper said...

Just love this card and what a great idea for the track using MS punch, love your colouring also.

Anne

Archies Mum said...

Great card, love that Mo Manning image. Love what you've done with your Martha Stewart picket fence punch, you're so creative

Risa said...

Your birthday card for your son is fabulous Debby!!! Totally stunning!!!
hugs
Risa:)

coops said...

fantastic male card debby.the image is brilliant and i love the papers and layout and hpw you have made the train track.

xx coops xx

chrissy xx said...

Love this train driver, and the little 'rail track'.
Chrissyxx

Meow said...

Your DS will love this, it is very masculine. I always love how you do your 3-D effect of popping out the character. Your work is amazing.

MagsB said...

This is great, and I love the 'picket fence' railway line! What a good idea!

luv, Mags x

Tanya S said...

Wow you sure nailed a man's card! It's something I just absolutley dread but this sure is inspiring!!

Lynne in NI said...

Cool card Debby, and what a great idea to use the fence punch as train tracks!

Susie said...

Great image and papers. Ooooh and I love the picket fence!! Susie x

Jenny said...

Stunning Card.
I love the papers, how you have coloured the image and those sizzlets in the corners are perfect.
Jenny

Leigh said...

Fantastic card. Love the innovative way you've used the picket fence punch.

Anonymous said...

Hi Debby, I love this card. Where did you get the train paper from as I'd love to get some. Stephanie.

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