Brown/combo mystery!

That’s the challenge set by Wednesday Stamper today and I like using red and brown – both fairly strong colours. I have no idea where this came from but it was fun to make. I’m a huge Poirot fan… “ze leetle grey cells”

I do hope Birdie can help Poirot solve the mystery of the lady and the Circus… as you can see, he already has a clue in his beak! The cricket is a ‘red herring’!!! (or is it?) Stamps: Diva Impressions.

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  1. wow, that’s terrific!

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  2. Terrific brown combo…beautiful! p.s. love Poirot!

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  3. Aaaww Rosie I love him as well, lol – love your idea !!

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  4. Love Poirot — great piece of art!

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  5. great card!

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  6. This is wicked…lol
    chriss x

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  7. Beautiful!!

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  8. This is so fun!!! I too am a big fan! Love the color combination..I would of never placed the two colors together…thanks!

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  9. Beautiful combination of colors. Love Poirot mysteries. You have lots to look at in this piece, but I can’t read the hint in the bird’s beak.

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  10. I love the colors red and brown together. Awesome card.

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  11. Sandy

     /  October 9, 2008

    Awwwwwwwwww this is absolutely spooky.
    Amazing work. I love it.

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  12. Fabulous, great combination!

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  13. Faye – it’s simply the word ‘clue’ and its definition!! 😉

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  14. Very cool! I like it! You are one prolifically creative lady. How DO you do it? I want to do that – take part in all these challenges and stuff.

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  15. Great entry!!

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  16. great artwork !!!
    love you image.

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  17. What a great piece! I loved David Suchet as Poirot! We just saw an older Masterpiece Theater presentation of Dracula where he played Van Helsing beautifully! This is a fabulous collage! I love the black bug, and the story you’ve woven behind it!! Where do you find your time??????

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  18. pretty cool art work, love the different styles you used

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  19. Wow, gorgeous piece of work!

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  20. Brilliant Rosie I Luv Z Inspector! Upon closer inspection I cannot dechiper de clue…always de elusive one….hahaa…You are truly a creative durvish, always a treat to see what you’ve been up to! oxo

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