Thursday, May 1, 2014

Doodle Pantry New Releases for May

There are over 15 beautiful digital sets being released this month at Doodle Pantry. Laurie created several sets that can be used for those masculine cards that we always seem to need. I thought I'd share two cards I made using the Buffalo and Caribou Set and the Classic Cars 2 Set.

If you enter this month's Challenge (DPDC46) and use any Doodle Pantry image (not just a sentiment), then you'll receive the Classic Cars 2 Set for FREE. The Challenge is open later today and runs until May 24. Check out the Doodle Pantry Blog for Challenge guidelines and more details. 

I used DSP from the set and the color image, although went over the image with Copics (I tend to do this a lot~mainly because I'm not as proficient in coloring as I wish I was).


I carried the card design to the inside also. I think I may add an additional sentiment . . . maybe "You're a Classic" or "You're never to old to have fun."  Depends on who I give it to.


I'm entering the above card in Bugaboo's Stella Says Sketch Challenge #208. I turned the sketch sideways.

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The Buffalo and Caribou Set is FREE with any other purchase until May 24th. Buy any set, old or new, and you'll receive the Buffalo and Caribou Set for FREE.  

My husband has been sick for several weeks and I wanted to make a special card for him--he doesn't get too many for some reason. He laughed when I gave it to him; I'm just thrilled that he actually "got" it and thought it was funny and nice.  I used DSP from the set, but the sentiment is my own and computer-generated. 


I used the color image, but unintentionally lightened it too much, so a lot of the coloring is my own using Copics.


Since this was a get well card for hubby, I added that sentiment to the inside.


Be sure to check out the Doodle Pantry store (click here) to see all the new releases this month ~ I'll feature a couple of them throughout the month on my blog. And stop by the Doodle Pantry Blog for all the details on this month's Challenge.


  Classic Cars 2 - Featured for DPDC46

    Buffalo & Caribou - Limited Time Free w/purchase may1-24


11 comments:

  1. Both cards are fantastic! Especially love the card you created for your husband! What a clever sentiment! Hope your husband is feeling better very soon.

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  2. Lovely cards. What a clever sentiment on the second card - good for you. Must keep it in mind.

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  3. Fabulous cards,both so nicely masculine and and the one for your hubby has the added gift of humour, well done! Hope your hubby is on the mend!

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  4. Very classy cards, Heather! I love both of them. The classic car is one of my favorites...my brother actually had this one! Hope your hubby is feeling better ~ I'll bet that great card and sentiment helped cheer him up!

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  5. Hi Heather, both of these cards are great for any man! Love the layout on the first card and how you carried that to the inside of the card. Love how you cut out the antlers on the second card. It really made it pop. Great creativity!
    Hugs, Sarah T

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  6. Oh my did I ever giggle over the "I caribou you" sentiment. Way to get your creative on!!

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  7. We're so happy you played along with us for the Catch The Bug “Stella Says Sketch" Challenges with Bugaboo Stamps! We hope you’ll join us again this week for a new Stella Says Sketch Challenge.
    Hugs & Happy Days!
    ~Min – Bugaboo Asst. DT Coordinator
    Kaymin Kreations

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  8. Hope things are better with your husb, Heather. And how could he not get a smile out of his caribou card? The first card will be a great masculine card to have in your stash.

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  9. I've got to write that sentiment down Heather its soooo perfect! Fantastic masculine cards! I'm glad your husband is feeling better!

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  10. Oh my both of these are wonderful. Love the style of the first and the antlers on the second. Such great masculine cards!!

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