Tuesday, April 1, 2014

I didn't forget how to COLOR!!

It has been close to a year since I last picked up a Copic Marker and I am so excited to see that I have not forgotten how
I created this fun card for my nephew who was turning 24.  Wonder if he ever received it?  I haven't heard. Not sure if I am more concerned about my creation sitting in some corner of the postal system or the check that was inside!!


Closer look at my shading and stitches.  
I just adore sewing on cards, don't you?? 
After I cut out my colored image I gave it dimension with foam squares.  The Birthday sign was actually stamped a second time then I cut out just the part with the message and popped it up with additional foam squares.  
The stamp is made by Whimsy and that dog's front feet are cracking me up!

5 comments:

Kristie W. said...

You do better coloring after a year off than I do after a few months off. Very cool masculine birthday card! I really like the stitching and papers you used too!

Golden said...

Great job my friend. I like the dog.

Jessica Lynn Mould said...

Great blog.. I love your cards. Be sure to visit our blog too: http://jessicalynnoriginalstamps.blogspot.com/

Jessica Lynn

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Dacota Douson said...

Wow! I really like your idea about sewing on the card! It looks stunning. I hope that your nephew received it, as it is so beautiful! I will send a photo of this card to my writer from pinkelstar.com as, unfortunately, I cannot send him a real one:(