Friday, 23 March 2012

Postcard Challenge Week 12

This week we are off to Israel in Darcy's Postcard Challenge.
Cette semaine nous faisons escale en Israël pour le défi de Cartes Postales de Darcy.


I have done an interpretation of the Dome of the Rock.
J'ai fait une interprétation du Dôme du Rocher.

Simone however doesn't seem very pleased with Tim, she writes...

Dear Timothé,
What do you mean 'which of us will be present at the birth' ??
This is our first grandchild, this will only happen once in our lives.
Tim, she's your daughter.
Be there !!
Simone xx

Simone n'a pas l'air contente avec Tim, elle écrit....



Alison xx

18 comments:

  1. Dome of the Rock - never thought of that - great sketch. Love the trees.

    Janet xx

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  2. Be there!! :) What to do about the men in our lives???
    Great card! ♥

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  3. A nice sketch.. hope he is there..

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  4. Good for Simone, and a nice sketch!

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  5. Great sketch...you know he will be there... what other choice does he have?

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  6. love that dome, the gold circles layer up really well. Glad she told him to be there..

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  7. Well Done it came out great! <3

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  8. Love how you have done the golden roof! Have a great week, Valerie

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  9. Very cool. Love the way you did the dome. Awesome job!!

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  10. You tell him. Loving your gold Dome. Caz

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  11. Fabulous picture - fingers crossed he will be there!

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  12. He better be there or he'll be in trouble. :) Great postcard!

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  13. I think Simon had better do as he is told!

    love your card.

    dx

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  14. Nice one Simone! :D Love your interpretation of the temple :D XXX

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  15. Great sketch, clever on the dome.
    Jen x

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  16. I agree with Simone...'only happen once in our lives'...what is Tim thinking?...creative interpretation of the Dome du Rocher...c'est magnifique! aloha from DC

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