Sunday, April 26, 2009

Fishing for a Diploma!

I followed the sketch on Friday Sketches to do this Grad card. I need about 15 male grad cards and I think this is a great image to for a diploma! I cut out the fish from scraps and hope people will catch on that they are fish. I embossed the Happy Graduation (Rubber Stampede) with Marcasite powder and then used the Crimson Red marker.
The image is a Magnolia...Edwin fishing and the diploma is from a Cuttlebug die. The cap at the top is actually a sticker that I attached to the scalloped circle (SU punch) of the DP. All the papers are from My Mind's Eye. I colored the image with my Prismacolored Markers and I love how the jeans turned out. I used Indigo Blue and then used a blender pen to create the faded sections.

Just a strip of the DP and the second largest long rectangle nestie on the inside for a personal note.
This is one of my first label. I embossed it as well and used the bronze and black markers.
I think this will make a great male grad card. It is so hard to make male cards especially for High School aged boys who have grown up in front of you. My how those boys have turned into young adults.
Must go and watch DH outside raking those dead winter soggy leaves. Talk later.


Sian said...

Wonderful card and great idea 'fishing for a diploma'


Sian said...

Wonderful card and great idea 'fishing for a diploma'


Moni said...

Gorgeous card, love the idea of fishing diploma! Great image and the paper! Hugs, moni

Michele said...

Fabulous card. love the image and the colours you've used. Hugs Michele x

Riet said...

What a beautiful card Heather,l love the image.

Hugs Riet.x

Scrapmumur said...

OH...Heather, your card is marvelous!!!
I love your composition of fish.
Your Edwin is adorable.
You have beautifully interpreted my sketch.
Thanks for your participation FS.
Hugs, Mumur

LINDA said...

Fantastic card.. Love the little Edwin..Great colors too..Love your blog..
Hugs, Linda

Heather "Hev" said...

What a fun card to help celebrate graduating :)

Will certainly put a smaile on their faces :)

Rach said...

a brilliant card, great take on the sketch. hugs rachxx