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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Lookin' for Clues

Mo's Digital Challenge: "It's all about colors...so make sure you use pink, white, red and include a heart. . . ." A Mo's freebie called "Lookin' for Clues" inspired me for this challenge. I made this charmingly serious little Sherlock dimensional -- both in layers and in tole work. He was following a trail made by a four footed creature and I covered the tracks with little hearts but you can still see one sneaky little paw print. All assembled on a side-step card. Be sure to stop by Mo's Digital Challenge to view the Design Team's beautiful work. Thanks for coming by, I'll be lookin' for clues of your visit -- in other words, please comment!
Stuff I used: Michael's $Stamp, Mo's Freebie (thanks so much),
craft punches - heart, flower, grass, Sizzix, Cuttlebug Embossing folders,
& DP from stash
coloring by prismacolor pencils & OMS
my hand


Susa said...

Beautiful card! Your colouring technique is gorgeous!!

Hugs, Susa

Sue from Oregon said...

This is so darn cute! I love this image and how you incorporated it into this card! Great card!!!

annies place said...

This is just fabulous, what a lovely image, really cute, wish I could download but my ports are all out of action. I love it Ann x

♥ Lydia ♥ said...

Awww love it!! ^.^ A fab card and great detail x
Thanks for taking part in Mo's challenge this week x

Sue said...

Oh, so cute. Love the card style and great image and you colored him to perfection. Just a great card kiddo!!

Davi said...

WOW...this is really fabulous. The colors layers and all the details are outstanding!!!

The Wired Angel said...

Well aren't you so creative! Lovely job on the challenge criteria. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Mo's challenge. Hugs, Peggy

Sandra1968 said...

A great card, funny stamp and a cute text :-)

Sue said...

This is fab, love the sentiment and the step card is just great with all those different sized hearts, Happy Crafting, Sue xx