Saturday, 28 July 2012

Quack, quack

Saturday's card is always a quickie - and this truly was super fast - unless you think I coloured the image my very own self, which I certainly did not :)
I used:

- small narrow white card stock

- orange backing card topped with a white layer

- Penny Black Stickeroo from the 'Party Animals' sheet

- orange ribbon from the ribbon box

- sentiment by Craftwork Cards, layered onto an orange oval punched using SU's plain oval punch

Yippee, it's the weekend - hope you all have fun!

Di
x



10 comments:

  1. That's a nice smackeroo you have used. As you have been busy making up furniture will let you off for not colouring Mr Duck yourself.
    Have a fab weekend. I'm busy washing/ironing/packing cases ready for the off Hugs Mrs A.

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  2. P.S. Did my lap of honour round the pond without falling in. Nolw where's the icecream I was pormised!!!! Hugs Night Owl.

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  3. Ooops!! bit of a typo error above there. I was not trying to write porno honest.!!!!!

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  4. Funky ducky! Why isn't he tearing those presents open?!

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  5. Hi Di, l just love your Stickeroos they goes so well on your cards and this one is another of them ....have a great weekend weather wet here hope your having some sun, xx

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  6. Brilliant card Di, and I just love the Stickaroo. The touch of orange is brilliant.
    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  7. Gorgeous card Di, and I did think it was hand coloured til you said, stickeroos are fab aren't they. Hugs, Amanda x

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  8. Brilliant - love that stickeroo ... and sometimes nothing but a quick card will do :) Elizabeth xx

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