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Monday, April 22, 2013

My Golf Cart

Here is my second one for the Freebie Challenge at the Outlawz http://outlawzchallenges.ning.com/group/cfc. for this two week challenge.  Tag again for this one is CFC 42113.  I colored this with Prisma Color pencils and OMS.  This is also a Fat page.  4x4 inch and the sentiment is from a pack of paper I got  from Crafty City that is 6x6.  Great paper I love it.  This one was for camping but couldn't resist using part of it for the sentiment.  This reminds me of my son and his adventures on the golf course.  The button is from some I won in some blog candy and the three pearls on the bottom are also some that I got with an Easter Card from a member on the Crafter's Cafe site.  The paper just behind the gold card is a paint chip that I had from when I painted my living room. Recycle reuse is my motto.  I hope you like my little fat page.  Come on down to the new Challenge using the fat pages at http://fattastictuesday.blogspot.co.uk/.  We go live on April and hope you will all come join us.  The Fat pages are fun to do and they are only 4x4 inches and you can add as much to them as you want.  Hope to see you at both places to share in the fun. Happy Crafting

4 comments:

  1. Hi Linda! I love your new blog and your golf cart card! You colored it so beautifully and I love the sentiment you chose to go along with it. Great work!
    Darcy S.

    PS I am following you now! Would love it if you would follow me back! Hugs

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  2. Great card, anyone for golf!!!!!!
    Hugs
    Suzy B :)
    Xx

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  3. CUTE CUTE golf cart (and the sentiment) I have some BIG TIME golfers in my family that would love to see this image on a page about them :-)
    Carolyn
    www.iamthecraftylady.com

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  4. This is super cute. Love it.
    I am always find hard to make manly cards. You inspired me by this card.
    TFS.
    Hugs,
    Archana

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