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Sunday, 6 January 2013

Guardian Angel

Whoo, what a palaver to get this onto my blog ! done it through Google Chrome in the end, I see its a known fault on blogger so hope they get it fixed double quick. Made this card with my new Artistic Outpost  Diesel Punk stamps that my lovely sister bought me for Christmas along with a heap of other stuff, she really spoils me !
When we were kids my parents had a motor bike and side car and all four of us kids crammed in the sidecar and off we went to the seaside or where ever, no health and safety in those days! Somewhere I have a photo of us in it but couldn't find it tonight.  I made this card for a couple of challenges

Alphabet  challenge - X marks the spots -dots and stripes, I used green spotted paper and brown and white bakers twine for the stripes
I'm also putting it on
Artistic Outpost referral challenge  


  1. Fab use of the Diesel Punk Plate! Thanks for playing along with us at Artistic Outpost!

  2. Fabulous Joan, this plate is on my wish list.
    Hugs Brenda xox

  3. A brilliant stamp plate Joan, love what you did with it and love the story of you and your siblings having a ride in a sidecar too. Hugs, Anne x

  4. Fantastic card, loved the memory that went with it. Just been using this set of stamps as well.
    Yvonne xx

  5. Fabulous card.. love the papers and image, great take on the stripes

    Thank you for joining in with my challenge theme at Alphabet challenges

    Hugs Shaz x

  6. Hi Joan,
    Lucky you getting these fab stamps for Christmas and love the card you've made.
    So pleased you got sorted with Mr Blogger - I've had the same problem!
    Avril xx
    Thanks for sharing with us at Alphabet Challenges

  7. A great entry for our 'Spots & Stripes' challenge - thanx for joining us at the Alphabet Challenge. Jan xx

  8. Love this masculine card - fabulous use of the stamps. Lovely to have you join us at Artistic Outpost!
    Alison x


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