Monday, May 4, 2015

Graduation card ...

Good morning! I'm hosting the Art by Miran Blog today. Our "Theme" for the month of May is to add "Twine/Fiber" to your project.


This lovely is called Graduating Kim! One of my nieces is graduating from High School later this month so I created the card in her school colors ... hunter green/white. Kim was colored with my Copic Markers, and then fussy cut out and put on the side. The design of my graduation card was inspired by Sketch Saturday #359.

My "Fiber" is embroidery thread (DMC 500) from my stash. I used the thread to create the lines in the sketch, and attached it with my Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher along with some tape along the back of the cardstock. I created a layered backdrop for Kim using my MFT Pcd Rectangle STAX die, layered it on my design leaving the background white. It looked a little blah at this point so I stamped a couple sentiments sporadically around my design. It still needed more so I daubed a kleenex with the same ink used for the sentiment, and just blotted it on the background.


Here's a closer look ...

Copics: E000, E00, E04, E11, E21 & R20 (skin); YR21, YR23, YR24 & E09 (hair)
G20, G24, G28 & G29 (cap & gown)

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I appreciate you stopping by today.
Until next time ... Enjoy!


Products not listed above ...
 - Cardstock: Neenah Solar White 80# Smooth, Papertry Ink White, Bazzill 
 - Stamps: Clearly Whimsy Say What (CWSS121)  
 - Ink: Memento Tuxedo Cottage Ivy Dew Drop, Clear Star & White Gelly Roll Pen
 - Other: 3D Foam Squares

5 comments:

Danielle Vincent said...

Beautiful! I like how you used the floss to create the lines of the background panel. I need to make 6 graduation cards this month - guess I'd better get busy. I like how you used a repeating pattern in the school colors. Thanks for joining us at Sketch Saturday!

Josephine said...

Great card - love the background.

Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More!

Grenouille Greetings said...

Lovely colouring and lovely colour choice too. A great choice of background too! We're delighted you were able to join in the fun with the Saturdays at Sketch Saturday this week with this pretty card. Hugs, Lesley

Sue U said...

Stunning card Ruza, love the effect a simple tissue gives!! Thank you for joining in with the Create your own Background challenge at Crafty Cardmakers and More, good luck and hope to see you again soon
Hugs, Sue xx

Jeanett said...

Beautiful card with nice colours.
Thanks for joining us at NSHK.
Jeanett