I have combined 2 challenges here...the challenge for you is to see how. I have to mention that at that the images on this card are from my RAK from Miss Peggy (and friends) I am really enoying playing with them...thanks girls!!
Firstly the chocolate challenge...well, my cute little pirate is coloured in chocolate brown, both dark chocolate and milk - I tried to find a bit of Jamacian Rum (chocolate that is) but it seems that the ship sailed off with none aboard! The photo doesn't really do the card justice as it was taken at night and the flash detracts a bit...sorree!
Pearls...there is a small string of pears trailing out of the treasure chest....hope you eyes are good, it's there for the looking...'X' marks the spot!!
I made this card for my son Jacob's birthday, he is a 'Pirates' boy, even now at 14 - although he has gone from toy Pirates to those of the Carribean!! I think he will like this...it is sure to bring back a lot of memories for him!!
As I was working at the dining table I looked up and noticed that the whole family had come around and was offering opinions, we couldn't decided on whether to have brads or eyelets...but decided that eyelets made it look more masculine...so there you have it...
Thanks for looking, I always enjoy reading your comments!
Date: Saturday, November 22, 2008 GMT Views: 555
Accessories: kaiser Half Gems, String of Pearls (small) 4 eyelets, 3D Foam Tape, Silver Lindy Glitz (for sword and belt) Dimensional Magic (for eye patch and boots) White Gel Pen, SU Chlaks/Pastels, Blender Pen
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Sun, Nov 23, 2008 @ 5:57 PM
Aye Matey! Wonderfully fun card! I love the treasure chest. You are so clever. I bet your son went nuts! Great card! tfs
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"The Lord will guide you always; He will satisfy your needs in a sun scorched land and strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden." Isaiah 58:11