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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Under the Sea

This week my talented team mate Tine  choose the color Turquoise.. and since that  color always reminds me of the beautiful sea I thought I would use that for my son Aldo's birthday card since it reminded me of the time we went snorkeling in Bermuda many years ago.   I'll never forget how excited he got when he saw the fish and how he tried telling us while his face was still in the water.  So this is the card I made for his  birthday.



Image: Snorkel Boy
Paper: Webster's Papers, Out of Print, Bazzil 
Extras: WOC flowers, Fish Brads, Daisy, Reflection Stickers,
Sandpaper, Sticker, Rhinestones,,
Image Colored with Copics


I will be entering this into the following challenge(s):

1. Pile it on: HERE Water
2. 4 Craft Chicks: HERE Let's Here it for the Boys
3. Make it Monday: HERE Always Anything Goes
4. Craft a Scene: HERE Under the Sea

 I hope I inspired someone to join in on the fun, I can't wait to see what you come up with, just don't for get to use one of Mo's images. If you need more inspiration don't forget to visit the rest of the teams blogs they really out did themselves and came up with some great ideas just click HERE to see what they came up with and as Pat always says, don't forget to leave them a little love.

As always, thanks for stopping by my part of the world, and now that you're here why not leave me a little love as well your comments mean so much and always brighten my day.

 Hugs
 Debbie

19 comments:

Rene said...

This is fabulous!!!! Thank you so much for sharing this awesome card with us at MIM! Good luck!
Rene :D

heidy said...

Fabolous card Debbie!!
XXX Heidy

Loz said...

Hello.. Gorgeous card and image. Popped over from MIM for a look..Loz

NancyD said...

I saw this great creation on MIM and thought you might want to also enter my challenge over at Craft a Scene. NancyD

sue w. said...

Hi Debbie, this is wonderful and all the more special when It has a personal connection. Gorgeous flowers too.
Hugs Sue W.

Rhonda Miller said...

What a great card. I saw it on Make it Monday.

Pat said...

hehe! He tried telling you about the fish while he was underwater? hahaha! Poor little fella probably got a mouthful of fishwater! LOL! Bet he loved this card...and I'll bet he really loved "reliving" that experience! hehe! Gorgeous card, my sweet friend! And I have just one thing to say...I'm gonna see you next week! yippeeee! Can't wait! Hugs. Pat

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A beautiful card, I love the snorkler and the fish embellishments.Thanks for joining in at Craft a scene this month.

Sue x

Lori said...

Awesome "for the boys" card! Thanks for joining us at 4 Crafty Chicks this week :)

NancyD said...

Love your card Debbie. I am so glad that you decided to join us at Craft a Scene this month. Hope you come back again. NancyD

rachel said...

a wonderful easel card Debbie - thanks so much for joining us at Craft a scene this month and hope to see you again soon xx

Cathy said...

Debbie, this is so cute, love the little swiimmer, so perfect for summer cards. Wonderful coloring and embellishments as always :)

Elizabeth Hart said...

What a fun and adorable card - love it! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Pile it On Challenge

Leanne said...

Thanks for playing our "Here it for the Boys" Challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks, great job!

Leanne DT!
4 Crafty Chicks

Dora said...

beautiful under water sea cardscene. so nice that you added the little things arround the swimming boy to make a scene.
thank you for joining at craft a scene this month.
greetings

Tamie said...

Super sweet! I really love the colors and your fabulous image! What an awesome boy creation. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing creation with us at 4 Crafty Chicks.

Tracy said...

That little scene you've created is too much fun Debbie. Love the little fishies. :-) Wonderful personalized card for Aldo's b-day. Hugs!

Kim Bell said...

Debbie!
I just love your card! Awesome idea!! Sweetie Love your special details.

Hugz
Kim

Lynne in NI said...

What a fun card and great memory, bet your son loved it :)