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Sunday, 9 September 2012

Look what I spotted


Here is a card that I was asked to make for a friend to give to her husband. I started by creating an octagon card base on a scoring board and then used different papers and card to make the smaller layers to mat the main image on. The main image came from Joanna Sheen's Nostalgia Collection CD. The spotty backing paper accompanies this image on the CD. I finished by cutting out a couple of old railway tickets from a backing paper by Robert Addams on his Vintage Transport CD.

I'm entering the following challenges with this one:

Joanna Sheen - Going Dotty
Allsorts - Layers
Cutie Pie - No flowers
Tuesday Alchemy - Anything Goes
Crafty Sentiments - Male Card

Thank you for looking.

8 comments:

  1. What a brilliant male card! Love the shape and the tickets look great, just the sort of thing my Dad would love. Thanks for joining us at Cutie Pie xx

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  2. Fabulous card Jocelyn, such a nice shape. I love that image. I am so sorry that I didnt buy that cd from Joanna Sheen, its discontinued now, such a pity. Michelle x

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  3. Brilliant male card - love the image and the shape
    Thanks for joining us at Crafty sentiments this week
    Lisa x

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  4. beautiful card sweetie!!
    Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Alchemy Challenges!!
    hugs
    xMx

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    for my free digis!!

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  5. Fab masculine card! so sorry I'm a bit behind with commenting - Thanks for playing along with us this week at Crafty Sentiments Designs, Good luck and hope to see you again soon! x

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  6. Great card shape perfect for this male card the colours are perfect

    Thanks for playing at Allsorts this week

    Emma xxx

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  7. Fab card Jocelyn, I love the shape and fab image, the tickets are the perfect embellishment.
    Pauline
    x

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  8. What a nice card. So creative design. I would like to try to design like this for the Clear cards, if you don't mind. I appreciate this.

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