Thursday, March 10, 2011

New Sheriff in Town

My card for today is Sheriff Hooty from Digital Delights by Louby Loo .

I used DCWV All about Boys for background paper and Scallop
I do not have ribbon or string so I used Nana's and I am not sure what it is.
My Cricut broke so I have to use punches and I only have 3
So I used the Scallop and Circle Punch.
My coloring is not to good on this one my cousin kept pushing my arms and would not leave me alone

Most of the cards I make I put in a box and I will send them to the kids in Denver Childrens, Salt Lake and Seattle Hospitals. I also make and send my Uncle and his friends cards in Afganastan, lots of them want cards.

Hope you like my card

see ya


  1. Great card! Your coloring is amazing! I am sad to hear your Cricut broke =(

  2. Love it Tristan!! You are doing a GREAT job! Keep up the good work!!

  3. Fantastic Tristan, it looks wonderful:)

  4. Hey Tristan, I love your card. You did an amazing job with limited supplies. I think your coloring looks great even with that cousin poking you. What happened to your Cricut? Sorry to hear that.
    Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving the kind comment.

  5. Very good Tristan! Sorry Nana thought she was following you.

  6. Very cute!! I think you did a wonderful job coloring!!

  7. Great job. Thank you for sharing with us.

  8. I LOVE your card Tristan! You did a great job of coloring, and the paper you used matches Sheriff Hooty perfectly! Thanks for coming by my blog and telling me about the tea for my cold...I'll try that, and some chicken soup too! Bet your Nana's chicken soup is really good!
    See 'ya,

  9. Hey Tristan, great card. Your blog is very nice. I'm a new follower. Mary, at Cardztv, told me about you. Keep up the good work. Hugs, Debi

  10. Hi Tristan, I love your card!

  11. I really love your Western themes cards! <3

  12. You did a very cute job on this card Tristan.
    I see that you send cards to hospitals and soldiers. (I know you told me that in my comments for my blog).

    Very good job Tristan....