Thursday, August 2, 2012

Masculine Card Series #3

Hello Everybody,

So Monday I was at work and my mind started to wander.  And my wandering usually goes to a very crafty place.  In my day-dream I saw this simple layout and thought to myself, "Self, that is a great layout for a masculine card."  So when I got home I pull out the Umbrella Jim digi stamp, colored him with Copic markers and created this card.  The only thing I think I will do is to add some shading with the N0 Copic marker.  Anywho, here it is.

The sentiments are from Create with TLC.  You can find the Happy Birthday sentiment here and the Many More sentiment here.

So that is all today everybody, just a short post.  I am working on another masculine birthday card and I should have that up for you all soon.  

Until next time.


Copic Markers Used:
Skin: E11, E13, E35
Clothes: YG13, YG17, B97, B99, Y21, Y23, E59
Umbrella: YG13, YG17, B97, B99, Y21, Y23, E37, E35, 0 (colorless blender for texture)

What I used..
~Recollections card stock
~Passion Stamps, Umbrella Jim digital image
~Create with TLC digital sentiment stamps
~DCWV Green Tea Stack
~Making Memories brads


Netta said...

Great image, I will be visiting you again soon. Love the color used

Krafthead said...

Hey Sis!! I love how you colored that awesome image!

Tamika said...

Adorable image and great mix of colors, I love when something I envision at work actually turns out the way I want once I get home.

Dr Sonia S V said...

Love how you have color coordinated the project!!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Kelli I have just posted a Thank You about the goodies I got from you. Here is the link:

Lolis said...

Super cute card! Great colors!

Sandy O said...

Long time no blogging...I have certainly missed you, your wonderful creations and encouraging words.

This card is so great!!! Masculine cards are my downfall, lol. I may steal this idea {wink}

I do agree that shading and grounding is an important final touch to an image. I found grounding difficult to do (still do) but it always add so much to the completed project.