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Friday, 12 March 2010

Something Completely Different

Time for a new challenge over at Something Completely Different.

Durning the month of March the Design Team are making Trinchies & the new theme is men chosen by Dawn.



I have used Distress Inks & Create a Scene stamps. I've kept it simple with the aim of adding it to a Fathers Day card. :) The signal man is stuck on foam pads to add some depth.

My dad owned his own model railway shop for many years so I will turn this trinchie into a card for him. :)

Thanks for looking. Wishing everyone a great weekend. Love Gez.xx

18 comments:

  1. Hi Gez,
    This is terrific work. What a fabulous picture scene you have created. I'm sure your dad will love it on his card. You are so talanted. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Fiona x

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  2. what a fab card Gez , i bet it will be such a popular one for a male !
    bet your dad will adore it hunny x

    love
    maddyx

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  3. Hi Gezz !! Your Dad will love this !!! It is fantastic !! It is so different !! I love it HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY when it comes !!!

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  4. That's a great topper and so apt for your dad ;)
    Anne xx

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  5. Great pic. My steam fan hubby would appreciate that one! I love the subtle, faded, aged look - well yes and the card looks good too! Hehehe.

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  6. You have made a wonderful picture here Gez...looking forward to seeing it on a card honey XXX

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  7. Wonderful vintage looking trinchie I am sure your Dad will love it as a card. I agree with Lil Daffodil you are very talented. I'm always stuck on what to do for a man's card.
    Have a lovely weekend and Happy Mothers Day, I've got a card " to grandma on Mothers Day"
    Hugs Pat xx

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  8. Hi Gez

    Wow great little scene, love the tone too

    Hugs
    Dawn

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  9. Great stamps and I love the mono look for this - almost like a charcoal drawing, nice job!

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  10. That's lovely Gez! The monotone matches the scene perfectly. You are very clever.

    Ps - what's a trinchie? Is it an inchie but bigger? :))

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  11. Gez - really love the sepia tones of your thrinchie this week - its gorgeous! great idea to use it on a card too....have a great weekend xx

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  12. oh wonderful image love the sepia tones,brilliant hugs cheryl xxx

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  13. It's fab, Gez and will make the perfect card for your dad

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    A x

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  15. This is brilliant - and just perfect for your Dad's card, he'll love it I'm sure! My hubby would also love it - he's really into model railways too.

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  16. Love the mono-tone...such a great theme for a dad who had a shop like that! I wonder if I ever went in it?
    xoxo

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  17. This is a great idea making a trinchie with a card in mind. I ma sure e will love it do share when it's finished

    Love Dawn xx

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  18. Love the monotone look of this - and what a lovely idea to use it on a card for dad x

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