Friday, June 1, 2012

Whimsy Digital Stamp Blog Hop! Life Is A Kick

Welcome to the June 1st Blog Hop for Whimsy  Digital Stamps!!!
This blog hop will run for one week
Please remember hoppers please leave a comment 
on my post and there will be 2 random blogs chosen
The grand prize winner will receive
A digital stamp of your choice

If you arrived here from my  wonderful design team mate JulieMarie you are in the right place 
the next blog hop you need to go to is smiling Tammy .

If you get lost along the way here is the order to get you on the right road
 Whimsy Inspirations Blog http://whimsystamps.blogspot.com

So onto my card for the Whimsy Digital Stamp Blog Hop!! 
For today's image I used an  Whimsy Stamps Digital image called Soccer Conner by Chrissy Armstrong. Very cute. Remember? I saying that  I struggle with boy cards. Well I guess I am put to the test again. Practice makes perfect. LOL
 Kim's Card Recipe
Twisted Easel Card Size-size 5.50 
(used this technique he is kicking the Soccer Ball on angle)
Sketch Copic Markers
Hair-E59,E35,E33  Skin -E00,E000,E0000, E21 Outfit--E74,E71,E70
Clover- Olive Spica Pen, Number 5- Pitch Black Spica
Shoes- C5,C3, C1, Socks-C1,C00,C00
Airbrush- B00
Soccer Ball-  Recollections Puffy 3D Sticker
Cardstock - From my mom- Thanks
 Stampin Up  - Basic Black

DP- Recollections Soccer, Recollections-Green Faux Canvas.
 As for the Dp. I was hanging out with my scrapbook sister Ann. I happen to tell her about the Soccer card. She was cute.She found paper and the Recollections Puffy 3D Soccer Balls and she sent me via email other soccer cards for inspiration. Thanks so much Girl. 
I had not a clue. LOL.


Die Cut- Martha Stewart  Garden Trellis punch
Now  I wanted netting for the soccer net. I could not find anything! For Real. So I got an idea. I used my Martha Stewart Garden Trellis punch did two rows (Top and Bottom) and cut the Trellis off. Looks likes Soccer Netting! I think. LOL Also I rounded the net to give it a nice rounded look around the image.

Tim Holtz Antique Linen-  Around the edges of the Garden Trellis Punch. Short story. During lunch I went to Michael's to just take a peek. Anyway I met a teacher who was teaching Cricut Classes. Anyway she gave me the idea for the Tim Holtz Antique Linen around the edge of the Soccer net. Soccer nets look dirty after the ball has been kicked around. Of course I can't find her card at the moment! Thank you.

Buttons, Waxed Twine-My Stash
Mini Pennant- Die-namics
Cricut Cartridge- Plantin Schoolbook
Sentiment- Computer Generated
Bird-Marianna Design Creatable Dies- Bird and Ivy.
Viva Decor Pearl Pen- Black for bird's eye
Grass- Stamp 
Stazon-Forest Green & Stazon-Cactus Green
Prisma Pencils with Gamsol - Olive Green & Kelp Green


Thanks so much for hopping by and your sweet words. 


 
If you would like to have this card for your very own, I've just listed it for sale my Esty Store.
I am posting my card into the following challenges.
http://herecometheboysblogchallenge.blogspot.com/ 

 


18 comments:

  1. What a fantastic card for that special guy. LOVE the soccer net - pure genius!!! hanks so much for sharing your creativity with us for our Aud Sentiment's "Any Sentiment" challenge! Dee

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  2. Great guy card, Kim! Terrific coloring of the neat image and very creative design and details!

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  3. Hi Kim
    This is a perfect easel card! Everything gels together so well. Beautiful image and embellies too.
    Michaela xx

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  4. WOW this is fab... what a great card. my son would love this.

    Great layout, colours, images. embellishes..

    Hugs Kelly

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  5. What a wonderful take on our challenge. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Ribbons. Be sure and pop by the Inspirational blog for our final day tomorrow!
    Pinky

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  6. Brilliant boy's card. Love the way that you've coloured the image

    Margaret xx

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  7. I really LOOOOVE your work. Your cards are always so very amazing.

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  8. Kim this is a wonderful card. I love how you make it look like it has a net on the front. Your coloring is stunning.
    Hugz,
    Christine

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  9. It worked out great. What a cool image and the paper and embellishment are perfect. Love the die cut for the net! Great idea! Yes you can make boy cards! xxx Ann Marie

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  10. Terrific card - very clever using a trellis for the net!

    missstamper (at) yahoo.com

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  11. Lovely twisted easel card, great for a male. Thanks for joining in with our Anything Goes challenge over at Pennys and good luck Julie x

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  12. Beautiful twisted easel card thanks for sharing with us this week over at Love to Create Challenge blog, Big hugs Jo xxx

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  13. Great male card, especially with the European Championship starting this week.

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  14. Wow this is a great male card. Love your colors. Thanks for playing with us at PTT.

    Dana

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  15. Your card is just wonderful! Love the design! I do not think from seeing your last couple of "guy" cards that oyu are struggling, you are doing great!

    Hugs;
    Shari

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  16. Wonderful card, love the way you put it together, awesome job! Fun blog hop too...way to go!

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  17. A really super card Kim, great design, thanks for joining us at here comes the boys, Karenx

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