Sunday, February 6, 2011


I created this birthday card for my dogs' trainer for his birthday. He's an avid fisherman and I thought this digi image from Bonibleaux Designs would be perfect for him.  [My sentiment is inside and I used a Scrappy Mom's stamp.]

I used my Prismacolor pencils,and some Distress ink (Broken China) and a Rangers Ink inker pad to make the sky.  The paper came from a small Noah's Ark pad that I got at Joann's last year.  The wire is the wire used when making bracelets.  I can't recall the cricut Cartridge I used for the mat.  It might have been Just Because.  

Lastly, I went to Wal-Mart and bought some bass weights for $1.50 a bag (7 per bag).  

I created some very nice cards this weekend. I can't wait to showcase them. I am really proud of them. It's the first time, I felt that I really made some nice cards.  I had the chance to use different techniques and practice some techniques.

Amuse-bouche:  I am so excited that my friend was able to score us tickets to this year's San Diego Comic-Con.  It takes place over 4 days in San Diego in July.  This year's ticket sales were handled so poorly.  I won't get into details except to say that the ticket website they used couldn't handle the traffic of buyers.  We were able to score 3 days of the 4 thanks to my friend's perseverance and agile keyboard fingers.  Thanks L!


  1. How cool is this! Very manly! LOL! That foot looks like its waiting to be bitten by something!

  2. This is stinkin' adorable! Love the little "sinker" embellishment you used! Fantastic touch!

  3. Fin Fisher never looked so good! Love the sinker, great idea.

  4. HaHa...great paper choice and love your doodling. Fab card Naomi!! ~jeni :)


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