Saturday, October 31, 2009

SSCC10 - Give Thanks Boy Digi


The Challenge this week at Stampin' Sisters In Christ is to make a card that expresses your thankfulness for someone or something they have done, or that encourages someone to be thankful. I thought my digi Give Thanks Boy fit the ticket for this challenge and my first image I've colored since my Copic Certification Class on Wednesday. :)


The class really helped me with shading. I need to get better paper as I now know the difference! But in the meantime, I used what I had on hand. I am also seriously missing my sewing machine. The repair man said two weeks and it's two weeks today. Guess who is getting a phone call today?!?!?!
Have a safe and happy Halloween!


Stamps: M5D Give Thanks Boy
Inks: Printer, Copics, SU Only Orange
Papers: Georgia Pacific, SU Basic Black, SU DSP
Accessories/Embellishments: MS Punch, Marvy Circle Punches, Ribbon, Dimensionals, Perfect Pearls Luminous Paints

7 comments:

Lori said...

Beautiful coloring! It can only get better w/ the right paper, I guess, but it looks so good as is! Cute boy for the challenge.

Laurie said...

Sue, I really like the brightness of your card. The coloring is wonderful - you must be a quick learner :)

Thanks for sharing your card with us at SSCC this week!

peggysue said...

What lovely coloring! Cute image and very appropriate sentiment. Two weeks out for repair on the sewing machine . . . are there withdrawal symptoms involved? :) Thanks for participating in the SSCC this week, hope to see yo next week again.

Randi said...

Two weeks with out your sewing machine....oh the humanity! heehee

Love your card and the coloring on a digi. I am impressed. You had talent before the class!
Thanks for playing along this week at SSCC.

Kristine said...

Hi Sue! :) Very CUTE card--I love the light and airy colors you used and your shading is terrific! :) That's one thing I really need help with, I wish I could take a class! Have a super weekend!

Carolyn said...

This is so cute. Love your digi, and that punch always looks good on your cards.

chercroppin said...

Very sweet Sue...what a darling image, and I love the colors....I wouldn't have thought to use that blue w/orange, but it works very well together : )