Catch the Big One

November 29, 2016 0 Comments

Welcome Dare 2B Artzy fans!!  Karen N here from Craftily Yours!
My husband is an AVID boater and claims that he’s out there to catch fish.  Wellllll, not many fish are caught….but he enjoys it, so that’s what matters.  I decided to make him a very non-traditional card that I’ll probably give him around Valentine’s Day  It would also make a great Father’s Day or birthday card…
  Isn’t he just the cutest fisherman ever??!  Love him!  The paper is Chevron Bliss and Botanical Breeze from the Modern Bliss Collection.  The stamp is Gone Fishin’.  He’s colored with the following Copic Markers:
Boot:  E21, E23, E25
Shirt:  BG72, BG75, BG78
Overalls:  B93, B95, B97
Skin:  E000, E00, E11
Shoes:  W2, W3, BG72, BG75
Pole:  E35, E37
Sunglasses:  C1, C3, C5, C7
Here’s a close-up:
Fun to color!
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Thanks for stopping by!
Craftily yours,

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