This made me laugh Di, but I'm sure I'm just as daft at times.Sue xx
Fabulous Di - getting wheels and eyes mixed up!Kath x
Oh Di, you certainly have me chuckling... but then I am just as guilty of wearing a dunce's cap at times! Now you've found some wheels you'll be able to use those ducks in a whole new way. Can't wait to see your next card xx
LOL! Your so funny.........but I have done similar things.......what is that tiny thing supposed to be???
Hi Di your card is gorgeous and you did make me smile. Take care. Hugs Jackie
Whoops! An honest mistake, I am sure.
Lol!! They sure are cute
That's hilarious Di....eyes as big as......wheels....LOL xxx
Ooops .....lol the card is still fab looking okay with wheels for eyes! x
LOL!!! I would have thought the same thing - but do love your card. So sweet and pretty. Lynn
Oh DI...how I am laughing!!
How funny Di, but I'm sure any of us could have made the same mistake. x
so sweet!hugs, Ŧĭƙĭ ≽ܫ≼
Ah ah ah!!! :D I remember this card so well, I thought they were plastic duck, as those that babies have in their bath! Instead they have gears :DFun die set! :)
I certainly remember this lovely card but I never thought the eyes were too large in the first place but a great lol and well done you for telling us, you didn't need to but it brought many giggles.Kath x
Hilarious!!! I thought the eyes on the ducks were perfect. I would have probably done the same thing! :) xx
ha, ha, ha.....
Hi Miss Di, glad to know we are all guilty of the same thing.... what and where does x go? before the penny drops and we realise just what and where the little bitty bits are supposed to be... can't wait to see the ducks rolling across a card... thanks for the giggle... have a great weekend.... Megan
LOL! That's so funny Di. Xxx
Ha ha, I think many of us could have made that mistake Di! So funny.Janice x
Often your posts make me smile but this one was a classic - an easy mistake to make though I'm sure!!
ROTFL! That's the sort of thing I'd do! xx
I could have happened to me.....!! But I like the swimming ducks as well as the ones on their wheels!Lia xx
So, the wheels on the ducks go round and round! Still a cute card - glad you solved the mystery!Kathyk
Hi Di,I think we can all relate to something like this in our crafting journey.That's one of the things that make crafting so much fun that we can laugh at ourselves and others when we get something wrong.Love this wonderful card even without the wheels, and ducks wern't meant to have wheels they have webbed feet. lol.Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.
Oh, Di, I needed that laugh!Hugs,Em xxx
This just made my day. Adorable card. Fantastic story!
Haha, that's so funny, Di! You're awesome! Very cute card!
Oh Di, the asses ears are firmly pointed up in the air here too. Remember the little scottie/westie die I have just done a card with? Well it turns out that the bow is meant to go on top of the dogs head and not on the collar. I thought it was a tight fit!!!!!! What are we like. Hugs Mrs A.
Hee hee, we live and learn, indeed! Ever so sweet!
Haha! This just made me laugh. I've had the same kind of problem, where I used something incorrectly and thought it was a design flaw. That's why I try to find samples of die cut designs before I stumble along and try to figure out how it all goes together. Good thing you didn't try to use the large wheels as eyes!!
That is too funny! We all do something like that!
Teehee sooooooo funny! :)
ha ha ha - well who knew ducks had wheels??????
Will you make another card with the wheels on the ducks this time, I wonder?We've all done it! X
Oh, too funny, Di! I honestly thought you were being a bit too picky and I didn't think the eyes were that odd! Shows what I know!! Hugs, Darnell xxoo
Oh my gosh, this is too funny. I only feel that the big duck has zombie looking eyes but even then it isn't that bad.
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