Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Deer Card

Wild life - nothing like seeing a deer! What a magnificent creature! Of course, my son Ben has been a hunter since he was knee high to a grasshopper and has had his share of "deer" with a musket, bow, and rifle. He got his first deer for the season on Saturday. Way to go Ben! I really, really like this deer digital stamp.
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DCWV - Heirloom paper - used for the card mat - size A2
Recollection pearls
Yarn - unknown brand - had it in my stash
Pop-up tape by Forever in Time
Sizzix #2 Square Die Cut
Deer Digital Stamp - compliments of Free Vintage Digital Stamps
This CAS card was entered in:
Friends of Speedy Tv - CAS with sketch - ends 11/4 
Just Keep on Creating - anything goes, unlimited - ends 11/
 PaperPlaytime- anything goes - ends 11/1 noon 
Through the Craftroom Door - anything goes (#1) Limit 2E
Simon Says stamp and Show - just add pearls 
Thank you for dropping by today. Have a DEER of a week! Gail

9 comments:

  1. I love the rustic look of this. It's a great masculine card. Thanks for joining us at FOSTV.

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  2. What a great image! Thanks for playing along with the Friends of Speedy TV!

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  3. Gorgeous masculine card!!! What a terrific interpretation of the sketch challenge!!! Thanks for joining us at FOSTV this week.

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  4. Wow great card for men...I love your background paper. Thank you for joining us at TTCRD this week.

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  5. Nice card - repeated image works well with the sketch.

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  6. Great card, I love that heirloom background. Add a red brad to his nose and he's all set for the holidays too :). Thanks for joining us for this week's Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!

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  7. Great use of the digi for the sketch challenge. Thanks for joining us at FOSTV this week.

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  8. I like the way you've used the same image several times Gail, it really helps to emphasise the image. I like the rustic look of the design and the patterned paper. You put together a wonderful collection of papers, images and embellishments. Well done!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  9. Thanks so much for sharing your lovely project at Anything goes, Just keep on creating.
    Sorry it has taken so long to leave a comment.

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