Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Science at The Male Room

Hi Everyone, my DT post for 




My first thought "crikey" my second thought a few seconds later, Yipee, 'cause I can make a card for my Great Nephew, who's birthday is in December, why? well his Grandparents live in the village that Isaac Newton was born, so he knows the story well. In fact I shall be visiting Isaac Newton's house next weekend after attending a craft fair in Peterborough with my SiL.

Isaac Newton changed the way we understand the Universe. Revered in his own lifetime, he discovered the laws of gravity and motion and invented calculus. He helped to shape our rational world view. Here are facts about him VERY interesting.

AND as he "discovered" gravity, what better than an apple tree and a "man" sitting under it! LOL the quote is a play on words for a teen old enough to drink!!!!!!!!!

Image "AJ sitting"Stamping Boutique
coloured  digitally, fussy cut and layered
DP Just So Scrappy Designs
Background "splat" Carioca Digtal Scrapbook
Bench LMS at Pixelscrapper
Apple tree Hugware no longer available fussy cut.
I saw the quote on the web and changed it slightly.
Sue Wilson double pierced dies







24 comments:

  1. Great science connection, super card. Your nephew will love it and Isaac Newton's house - lots to do there for kids.

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  2. This is awesome! Love the little guy sitting under the apple tree. The perfect scene for your Nephew!

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  3. I absolutely love this card! I laughed out loud when I read the sentiment - it really appeals to my inner nerd! Such a clever take on the science theme. And perfect for Great Nephew. Fabulous work!! xx

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  4. This is just delightful, and loved the back story. How super that you had this perfect image for your nifty birthday card, and I LOVE that jazzed up quote! You're on a roll, lady! Happy to see it so! TFS &Hugs

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  5. Oops, forgot to say enjoy the craft show and the science visit too! Hugs

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  6. A fun card Faith, such a fabulous background - a perfect card for your Great Nephew.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. What a fun card - and so perfect for the recipient considering your story :)

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  8. I love the card.. The way you incorporate Newton's theory in the card is amazing..
    Thanks a lot for visit my blog..

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  9. Gorgeous! Beautiful card and you made such a fantastic scene :-))
    Hugs, Andreja

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  10. Inspiring card and info too....thanks Faith ;) Viv xx

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  11. What a clever, fun card! How appropriate for someone living in Isaac Newton's home village!

    Whenever the family drove north to Durham to visit my parents, we always stopped to have lunch at Newton's home, it's such a beautiful place!

    Hope your weekend is going well!

    love Mags B x

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  12. FABULOUS take on the challenge theme. Terrific card. xxx

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  13. I love the technique....way cool....how neat to go to Newton's house. PS cute play on words.

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  14. lol That's a really great card, Faith! :o)

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  15. Hiya Faith hope all is well with you and yours. What a wonderful fun card your little guy is looking quite nervous sitting there.

    Marie

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  16. Super card Faith..love that little apple tree and the cutie sitting underneath it. x

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  17. Absolitely beautiful card, love the background and the sentiment is fun!

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  18. Oh this made me chuckle...great card. Pat K x

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  19. Your card is adorable. I love it. Great sentiment, too.

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  20. This is so clever, Faith! I fear I would have had to sit this one out!

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  21. Beautiful and perfectly created by card. Thank you for your comment on my blog.

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  22. What a brilliant card for the theme and for your great-nephew!! I love it!

    I hope you enjoyed the craft fair. I live in Peterborough - but across the ocean in Canada!!

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