Monday, February 15, 2010


Hi guys. Happy President's day to you. Hold onto your hats...I am off today. Yes, I actually signed today off in Dec. and I am off all day with my kids. I am usually the one heading off to work while Jerry and the kids are sitting around getting ready for a nice long day off. Hehe...I am so giddy with the excitement of it. Sorry, I just had to go there.
Did you guys play along with the Club Anya Blog hop last night? It sure was super fun to see all of the wonderful creations. I so enjoy seeing all the takes on the adorable Greeting Farm stamps. Talk about talent! Ok, I need to get going. So lets get to it, today's card I made with my new Hello Ian. I just think he is sooo sweet. I felt the need to give him strawberry blond hair. I made this card for the Saturday Sketches over at Club Anya and Friends..I have to tell you that I am proud of myself. I used my Copic airbrush system along with my Spellbinders nestabilities. It always makes me happy when I actually use the supplies that I have to know that you know what I am talking about. Oh, and before I forget.. I also used some of the new e. line from Prima on this card. I love these...I used both the Pearls and flowers from their new line and I have to say they are great.... See what you think. Well have a great Monday everyone and I will talk at you tomorrow. Lisa G
stamps-Hello Ian & Cup of stuff-TGF
cs-white-PTI brown-stash
ink-Momento-tuxedo black
Spellbinders nestabilities-labels one
border punch-Martha Stewart
flowers/pearls-e. line-Prima
ultra-suede-Rainbow gallery
glaze pen-Sakura
opic Markers:
scarf & socks-W1-W3
hat & pants-G21-G24-G28
jacket & shoes-E35-E37-E39-E49


Cindy Haffner said...

Oh FUN, he is sooo handsome.

Amy said...

Your coloring is awesome Lisa, he looks so dashing! And your card design is fantastic, love it! And I totally know the feeling when you are actually using your supplies! ;)
Hope your day off was as great as mine! :)

Angela said...

Lisa I hope you had a great day off!! he looks so cute!! I love the way you do the insides of your cards. Most of the time I wait until I know who I am giving them to before I decorate the inside.