Thursday, September 2, 2010

Our challenge at Mo's

Short and sweet today...

Today's our challenge at Mo's Digital Pencil, and hostess, Paola, has set the tone with aged, antiqued as our theme. I used this image to create a birthday card for my youngest son who is celebrating his 30-something birthday later this week.  He was born on Labor Day weekend...(pun intended)!




Thanks so much for stopping by, friends. I'm hoping that you have a terrific day. See you tomorrow with our Christmas Stampin' 3-D challenge.

15 comments:

Jackie said...

hehe love the bit about Labour Day ! .. What a fabulous card, the colouring is beautiful. I am sure you son will love it. x

Elaine L. said...

I never tire of this image...it's such a classic for a man. Love what you've done with it. Doing "brown' was difficult for me, but you pulled it off beautifully.

Dawn B. said...

He will love this.. Perfect card for a guy.. Your coloring is spectacular.. Great job Peggy.

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Beautiful card Peggy!(maybe I should say handsome-Lol) I'm sure he will love it. ~jeni :)

Renkata said...

Very beautiful card!

Sandy Hulsart said...

Wonderful card, Peggy, I am sure your son will love it.

Scrapping Julie said...

excellent job!!

JazzyH said...

Pretty!

Farida Rone said...

Waooo!!! Peggy,
All your creations are wonderful!!! I was looking around and all I saw I like it a lot. Now I am your new follower...
Hugs,
Farida

Cathy said...

Peggy, this is an awesome masculine birthday card and fit into the challenge perfectly. Great Job as always!

Sue said...

Peggy your card is beautiful! I love how you pulled all the browns together.

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

What a terrific card!

Dru said...

He has to love this! It's a great image and card - love the colors!! Hugs, Dru

Cindy said...

Very handsome! Love it.

Maria Matter said...

Wonderful card Peggy! such beautiful coloring!!!
hope you had a more relaxing labor day this year then you did 30+ years ago! :)
hugs & blessings!

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