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Sunday, 14 June 2009

Dottie's World Challenge Blog - 14/6/09 and Lots to Do CHallenge Blog - 13/6/09

Over at Dottie's World Challenge Blog this week the challenge is Father's Day. You can also contact Karen and get some free sentiments to us as well so I did just that.

I decided to use George dressed up as a Super Hero and used two of the sentiments for the card. He has been decoupaged. The backing papers are from Shabby Princess. For both the mount for George and the two tags I have used a blue chalk ink pad and some cut-and-dry foam to soften the edges.

I always find Father's Day cards so difficult to make as my dad died before I even left school but I'd have been proud to have made him a card like this.

I have only come across the Lots to Do Challenge Blog this week. What lovely creations have been made here over the weeks. I thought I'd have a go at the challenge this week and it's an open theme so I thought this card would fit in well.


sam21ski said...

Fantastic card Kym and well done to you for making all your cards for charity, I'm sure you'll have no problem selling this one!!!

Thanks for finding us and taking part in your first, of hopefully many, Lotstodo Challenges - Sam xxx

Adele said...

Oh, cool card Kym-love it. Forgot all about Super Hero George...Hmmm

Thank you for playing along at Dottie's World.


Sheila said...

Aww kym this is fantastic, I love George the hero thanks for joining us over on DW this week.
Sheila xx

Ang C said...

What a fab card

Lea said...

Great card Kym. The sentiment goes perfectly with the image you've used. Love the colours too!


Louly said...

Oh Kym that's a fantastic card! I love your use of the sentiment. Your dad would have loved it to bits. Thank you so much for playing even though it was difficult for you. Gold star to you girl!

Karen said...

What a great image to use for this occasion! Fabulous card Kym xxx

Gunn (Merete) said...

This is one great card. I love the colors you used. Thanks for taking part in the challenge.