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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Red, White & Blue at Mo Manning Challenge

Hello!

This is great! For once I am on time for a challenge - even ahead! :<)

I had just finished this card for my friend Mary - to add to the collection I have been creating for her of the "Wizard of Oz" characters dressed up in different holiday settings. I have used Mo Manning's wonderful digital images of her 'Oz' characters and this card is featuring her "Witch of the West" as she would be dressed for the 4th of July! Mo's new challenge theme - which starts today - is 'Red, White & Blue' and my card has already been created!

So far the cards I have created for Mary's collection are the 'Tin Man' on Valentine's Day, the 'Scarecrow' on St. Patrick's Day, 'Dorothy' on Easter and 'The Cowardly Lion' on Halloween. Now, with the 'Witch of the West' on the 4th of July, it leaves only 'Glinda the Good Witch' - can you guess which holiday she will dress up for? This has been such fun to create all of these cards using Mo's awesome images and I will post all of them together when I finish the last card.

Go to http://mosdigitalchallenge.blogspot.com/ to see all  of the wonderful entries and inspiration and enter your own creation!.



Wishing you a happy and creative day today!

Barbara Diane

6 comments:

Krisha said...

LOL! I LOVE this card!

Rhonda Miller said...

I love this!!

Sue from Oregon said...

This is totally awesome!!!!

Pat said...

Hi Barbara!!! I am pea green with envy! Your girlfriend is one lucky lady to be the recipient of each and every one of these Wizard of Oz masterpieces! I love the Wicked Witch in red, white, and blue! And those papers you used couldn't be more perfect!! Thanks so much for joining us again here at Mo's!! I can't wait to see what you do with Glinda!! Hugs. Pat Frank

Franz♥ said...

Wow, love your card Barbara! Toooo funny!

Thanks fro sharing it with us at Mo's challenge blog this week :)

Hugs, Franz.

debby4000 said...

Oh what a fabulous witch and those colours work so well.
luv
Debby