Thursday, June 07, 2018

He's Still Got It


June is definitely a man's month and I have a few cards to be made this month. I decided to use Mo's He's Still Got It. Believe or not the patterned paper is Christmas paper, I did check whether I liked what was on the the other side before using.

The sketch I used is a Splitcoast Stampers SC699 I just turned it to suit my image. The musical note are an old MFT die which is so old its probably retired. The sentiment is Simon Says Stamp Happy Birthday die, I didn't use the Happy part but stamped Wishes from Simon says Stamp Thoughtful Messages.

My fishtail banner is made using a square punch, you only use one of the corners.

I'm off to the Scrap Cafe Crop this weekend, I missed last months so look forward to catching up and maybe do some scrapbooking or I may do some colouring for card making haven't decided yet. Its at the Bracknell Hilton and its not really just for scrapbooking some of us card make too.



Mo's Digital Pencil




8 comments:

  1. WOW this is super, what a great card, Hazelx

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  2. A great character for this card, and MM had given him the look of Fred Astaire I think, beautifully coloured by you Debby, and love the accompanying pp and musical notes. Enjoy the Crop this weekend too. x

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  3. Just WONDERFUL, fun and great colours. Love the dancing notes too.
    Faith
    x

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  4. Oh I think this is just fabulous Debby, I love the image and the musical elements, colours are brilliant too, great guy's card, Kate x

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  5. What a wonderful card Debby..fabulous.

    luv CHRISSYxx

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  6. Love this card. Great color combo! Enjoy your weekend.

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  7. Such a fun image! That's adorable, I can hear 'singing in the rain!'. Love your gorgeous classic elegant design too. Hugs, Wends xoxo

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  8. Very nice Debby ! I like your cards so much

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