Sunday, January 24, 2010

Mer Ian


My sweet friend, Debbie, told me I needed to jump on this challenge today. Both her and Tammi made some darling cards today using him. Good way to get me to create something since I've been slacking, and looks like it'll be a fun venture this week. Be sure to check out The Greeting Farm to find out more details about their CHA Relay and your chance to get some free digi images. I'm still having a issue getting my printer ink not to smear. So, some spots smudged, and I couldn't blend other areas well enough.

I followed a few other challenges making this card.

Pile It On, Warm Wishes. How sunny is Ian?

I followed the Sweet Sunday Sketch. First time playing there. What a fun challenge too.

Stampin' Bee's Nautical theme.

Dare U 2 Digi stamp challenge to use buttons. Worked perfectly because Ian is a digi image!

Supplies: DCWV Summer Stack and cardstock, Wild wasabi cardstock, Night of Navy ink pad, copics, nesties, buttons, Gretting Farm image, Amy R's Summer Sentiments,

10 comments:

Andrea M said...

Lovely card! The colors and DP are fabulous! Thanks so much for playing along with us at pile it on! Way to pile on those challenges :)

Sparkle said...

Just darling! Still trying to get my card done. :)

debbies said...

Yeah - you got it on the fun! Your sentiment is PERFECT Anna!

Kim said...

Great card Anna! Love how you cut him out and the paper combo is perfect!

Audrey said...

What a super cute card! That sentiment is perfect and that imahe is adorable! Thanks for joining us at Pile It On!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Great work - really cute card! So nice to see a warm and sunny card for the Pile it On Warm Wishes challenge. So happy you were able to have some fun with us this week.

sam said...

great card! love the image and the colours! Thanks for playing with us at Pile it on!

BethieJ said...

Such a FUN card... so CUTE!!
Thanks for joining us at PIO!

Tammi said...

What a cutie! Love the flowers off to the side. As to the smearing...I like to usually let my image sit overnight after I've printed it, but it's a little hard with these since we have to make the cards within a day, so try and let it sit for a few hours after printing, that should help. Also, barely use your pen where the deeper lines are.

Katie said...

What a cutie and a super combo of challenges.
Thanks for playing at PIO!