Thursday, April 15, 2010

Karen's Doodles USA Challenge card.....

This week the challenge at Karen's Doodles USA Challenge blog is a sketch. Here it is! I think this sketch works great with Karen's really showcases them!!! LOVE it!!!!!

And here is my card:

It is for my nephew who is having his Confirmation at the beginning of May, so Karen's Confirmation set was PERFECT!!!! You get 5 digi images (3 girls, 2 boys) for only $12! GREAT deal!!!! I also bought the Holy Communion set because many of my students have their First Communion this year so I thought I would make them each a bookmark using the images!
I am also going to use these images for the invitations to the Sacramental Lunch the school puts on for all the students who have had a sacrament in the last year!!!

The card base is black, with a Brilliant Blue layer. The Cross (Verve Stamps) was stamped on black with gold ink. I tried to cover it with Crystal Effects but it looked this is the THIRD cross I stamped and cut out..ugh!!! LOL I am really happy with how it turned out, it is simple but perfect for a 10 year old boy!!! Inside it says "May God bless you on your special day" (SU) I coloured the boy with Copics and it took me a long time to get the hair colour right! It is still a bit too blonde for Brody, but that's ok, I am SURE he won't notice!!!!
Thanks for popping in!!! Wish me luck!!!!


jjcreations said...

Wow, what a fabulous image. Great card.

shulsart said...

Joan, what a great card for a boy. You have colored the image perfectly, I am sure Brody will love it. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Karen's Doodles Challenge blog.

Kristine said...

Hi Chris!! Your card is so perfect for that occasion and I just came across Karen's Doodles last week! She has AWESOME digis and ones so perfect for Christian celebrations too! LOVE IT! Great coloring too--that red Bible really pops! *Ü*

Zoe said...

Gorgeous card. Just perfect for your nephew. Fab colouring too! Thanks for joining us at Karen's Doodles this week!
Hugs, Zoe xo

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