Thursday, May 04, 2017

Good Luck


Ahhh the crooked photographer can never understand why my cards are crooked according to grid on my camera its staight but when I download it the blasted card is crooked.

Never mind I'm pretty sure you can work out how cute my little Dixie is from Mo Manning. I could of paper pieced her the dress, scarf and hat are an ideal size for doing so, maybe next time.

Yes my papers are Doodlebug including the Memory Box flowers and my favourite leaves from Memory Box too. The Good Luck is from Impression Obession I think and cut a few times to layer so it really stands out.

There's a new Anything Goes Challenge on DP2, it will be great if you can join us this month.

12 comments:

  1. What a cute MM image Debby and such a pretty in pink card with all the beautiful flowers and background papers and your lovely pink ribbon to finish. x

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  2. Hi Debbie, soo cute. Love the colours and the flower around her.
    Hugs Sue W.

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  3. Such a sweet and pretty card Debby..gorgeous.

    luv CHRISSYxx

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  4. So stunning Debby.Adorable image and I love your pretty paper and colours ;D

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  5. Debby, this is enchanting hun! I love the sweet image and your fab diecut sentiment. Gorgeous colours and paper combo too. Love it! Hugs, Wends xoxo

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  6. Really love those pink flowers.

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  7. Yes, what is it with cameras that show straight until you load them onto the 'puter LOL.,such a pretty card, with lovely papers.
    Faith
    x

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  8. i love your work...what kind of paper do you use to stamp,color and emboss? is it a parchment, velum, or can you use cardstock?

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  9. just found your 3D tutorial...is there a video?

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  10. just found your 3D tutorial...is there a video?

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  11. Awww so pretty Debby, I love that colour combo :) My cards in my photos are ALWAYS crooked too!

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