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May 8, 2013

End of the Year/Goodbye Card

Hi folks,

Ian, here, from A Newbie Crafter.  Today, I have an end of the year/goodbye card for one of my RAs.  I'll be posting one card a day on my blog to show all 13 cards.  You may or may not know this, but I am an Area Coordinator (Residence Hall Director) at a small private college in New York.  We are on a 3-year "contract", and this marks my 3rd year in the position.  I am officially done June 30, but could potentially leave earlier, depending if I have a job yet.  No bites yet, so time will tell.

Anyway, I wanted to give my RAs something as a going away gift.  I made a card for each one of them and wrote a small note to each of them.  I hope they all enjoy them.  For the sake of surprise, some of my RAs know of my blog so I won't be posting this on there until Friday.  I'm giving them their card on Thursday night.

Here's the first card in the installment.  I discovered and fell in love with Your Next Stamp stamps.  They have a plethora of cute images and I want them all.  Seriously.  Anyway, here are the pictures.  I chose Ethan out on the Pond, for my RA Mathew.  When I saw this image, I immediately pictured him in this same scenario and started giggling to myself.  Mathew is a funny guy.

I will be honest, I did not write down any of the Copic markers that I used.  This was my first time using them, and as you can tell, I need to take a class.  Here's hoping I can take one this summer!  I also used a sentiment from one of the Stamp of the Months and the Dotty for You paper pack, both from Close To My Heart.




Don't be too harsh.  :)

Craft on,
Ian

4 comments :

Karon said...

Fabulous card - love the sweet image. TFS

Pam said...

Ian you are too hard on yourself. This is great. You have not gone 3d style but are going with flat style which is also awesome . Very cute card.
TFS
Pam

Lisa said...

Very cute card. Good Luck in your job search. Your coloring is not bad. I would love to take a Copic coloring class myself. I'll have to search for one in my area.

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Very cool! I like your coloring as it is. The design is awesome. TFS

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