Sunday, August 30, 2015

Long Horn Birthday from Art Impressions

Hello Ai fans!

Today I'm sharing another new release from Art Impressions.

This guy is called Long Horn Set (Sku#4686).


This fun guy is part of the new Texas ZooCrew line at Ai.


Masculine cards just might be my all time favorite type of cards to make so I was very excited to see the first two releases from this line.  Both would be perfect for the guy in your life. (as well as any girl too!)      Isn't that saying inside adorable!!


Copics used...

YG03, YG61, YG63, YG67, YG95, W1, W3, W5, E30, E31, B00, B02, B04, B52

TriArts Used...

E11, B5




8 comments:

  1. This great Renee! Love your colouring and choice of papers! The twine and buckle are such a cute addition!

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  2. Very cool card, Renee! He looks amazing and your papers are perfect! Love that buckle!

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  3. Such a Texas birthday card!! Love this, Renee!

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  6. He looks great with the accents done in all blue! I think I used that same paper with it! LOL.

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  7. Renee, this is totally awesome! Your choice of the pattern paper is perfect, the buckle is a great touch!

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  8. Awesome card!! I really love how you colored the steer!! The blue is a great accent color!!

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