Sunday, July 26, 2015

Basketball Star

Here's another quick card that I made using an image that I colored a long time ago that was just sitting my desk. I'm slowly getting back into crafting so I'm easing into it with images and materials that are within arms reach.
 
I kept this card pretty simple using a card base and paper scraps. The image is from The Greeting Farm. The have some fun stamps and stamp sets and it looks like there are more digital images than I remembered.
 
I prefer digital images because of the flexibility in sizing images as well as mirror imaging. For that time when you think the image should face the other way.  
 
 
Digital image: The Greeting Farm
Cardstock: Stamping Up
 
This card was made for the following challenges:
 
 Polkadoodles Crafting Challenge. The theme is to use 2 or more different designer papers. As you can see I have used 3 (4 if you count the patterned clear overlay). One of my favorite things to do is to mix and match various patterns and textures.
 
Crafty Girlz Challenge: The theme is anything goes or if you prefer a theme - summer holidays.
 
   Digi Designs: Hand colored image

7 comments:

Karon said...

Such a cute card and layers. Thanks for joining us for our 2 or More Patterned Papers Polkadoodles Challenge

Karon DT, Polkadoodles

Pat (mspfd) said...

Wow, superb design and coloring! Awesome mix of papers and elements!

Céline said...

fab card
thanks for playing with us at di's digi
hugs
céline

Anjie said...

Fab make. Thanks for joining us in our 2 or more papers challenge at Polkadoodles
Anjie (DT)

Jackie Maunder said...

Love green and black together. Great card layout. Thanks for entering the use 2 or more papers challenge at Polkadoodles Challenge Blog and good luck, Jackie Polkadoodles DT x

chanya13 said...

So cute and sweet card. Thanks for joining us in our 2 or more papers challenge at Polkadoodles Hugs Agnieszka DT

Sandy How said...

Fab boys card, love the colours and cute little guy. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Girlz Challenge this month.
Hugs,
Sandy