Friday, 2 August 2013

Widescreen


I've gone widescreen.  But does it make my bum look bigger?  Wida asked me to make my photos bigger then she doesn't have to strain her eyes.  Ever obliging, I've changed my margins so that I can display larger photos without them overlapping the sidebar.  But then, not only does my bum look bigger, you'll now be able to see the mistakes on my cards.

The inspiration for this card comes from these killer heels at Less is More:

The bows on the back of the shoes reminded me of this bathing beauty who has matching swimsuit and shoes.  And she's also diving into Simon Says Wednesday Challenge where, appropriately, anything goes!

All stamps by Acid Drops and What Nots, coloured with Tombows.

6 comments:

  1. Great card, love the red accents! Jo x

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  2. I LOVE THE LARGER VIEW SHIRLEY!!!
    It is so easy to see all the sweet details you incorporate into your cards...and I have yet to see anything that resembles a 'mistake' on your cards, which in my opinion, are always flawless!

    This card is no exception - absolutely perfectly balanced, beautifully colored (love the rich red) and blinged in just the right places!

    ....I'm calling winner, winner on this card!

    BTW congrats on the release day win over at CAS-ual Fridays! Looking forward to seeing what you create with your goodies!

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  3. I like the new blog look very much, Shirley! And I am LMAO at this fun card for the LIM challenge! Perfect!!

    To be honest, if you look at some of the photos on Pinterest right now, this bathing suit would be worn by today's young ladies as a ball gown!!

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  4. this is absolutely stunning!
    and your bum looks great... especially in red!

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  5. Tee hee! Fun card and sentiment! Great colors! Thanks for joining us for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge

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  6. What a great stamp to use for the challenge, such a fun sentiment too..... Have to agree with Darnell's comment as well :0)
    Jenny x

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