Thursday, October 2, 2008

Joyful Plane Riley

I'm baaaack! The project I've been working on is done (whew) and in the mail. Now y'all just have to wait until November to see it :) I have a bunch of cards to make and catch up on now, but first and for most I had to make a card for my nephew. He is turning 4 on Saturday and I believe we might be going to Seaworld to celebrate with him. I think this is the first time I've inked up this Riley. I had a blast coloring him and I have several other ideas on how I could use this image. I colored him in with prismacolors and OMS. The sign is cut out and raised with a dimensional. I also went over the clouds with Starduct Stickles. I followed sketch challenge 196 for the layout. It was perfect for this image. Thanks for stopping by today!!!!

Stamps: Plane Riley (Hanna Stamps), Small Sayings (SU)
Paper: Wild Wasabi, Chocolate Chip, Crate Paper, Pure Poppy (PTI), White
Ink: Palette Noir
Other: prismacolors, OMS, dimensional, Stardust Stickles, Not Quite Navy brads, photo corner punch

9 comments:

Danni said...

Oh you're a tease, making us wait until November!!
Cute card! I love how you always raise part of the image up, I always forget! Very cool!

Rachel Hope said...

So cute!!! Great colors!

Cindy Karasz said...

YAY!!! My favorite blogger is back! I missed you, friend! This card is super cute! I love the clouds and the popped up banner. Your coloring looks great!

Jessica said...

This is SO adorable! And I love how you did the banner!!

Suzanne said...

This is too, too cute! Great colors!

Tammi said...

Ohhh yay a card! And what a cute one too!! That sentiment is perfect and fits great in that banner...beautiful coloring and awesome card!

Melissa said...

Kim, this is sooooo cute! You did a fabulous job coloring the stamped images.

Kris said...

Kim he's awesome! I love love love the banner! And the colors. He's a great fall birthday card! :)

Pie Guru said...

Oh my word!!! I sooo need a coloring lesson or 20 from you! Kim, you have true talent!! All of your cards are so unique! You have such a gift for color, layout, and patterned paper!