Saturday, September 4, 2010

Fall Means Buckeye Football



Buckeye Football Season has arrived!

When I saw Challenge #27 on Sassy Cheryl's Digi Stamps Challenge blog, which is to make a Halloween/Autumn creation using a Sassy Cheryl's image, I thought it would be fun to use a non-Halloween/Autumn image to complete this challenge. I decided to make a Buckeye card because that's what fall means to me. And, if you question shorts in the fall...oh, yes. It was over 90 degrees in Ohio Stadium Thursday night. Very appropriate attire.

I printed the Sassy Cheryl image, Dancing Debbie, onto Georgia Pacific cardstock and colored it with Copic markers. A Nestabilities die was used to make the image panel. The football is from PSX and was inked with Marvy dye black ink and colored with Copic markers. Patterned paper and red cardstock were used to complete this card, along with a the computer-generated sentiment of "Go Buckeyes". A small red and white ribbon was attached near the sentiment.

Here's to a great season, Buckeyes!

7 comments:

Cathy said...

I can not in good faith comment on your card without the following disclaimer.. Goo Huskers!!! Sorry!!! LOL Wonderful card and in the midwest fall does mean Football. Thanks for playing the Sassy Cheryls Challenge with your awesome creations!

Ann English said...

What a great idea!!! I think this is fabulous-love it! Thank you for joining us this week at Sassy Cheryls!

Janetlynne said...

Love it~ I too, wanted to do something not Halloween.....but I stayed with fall colors. Golfing in the fall is ideal....

Cheryl said...

Kecia. This is absolutely GORGEOUS and over the top AMAZING!!! I love the creativity of this card. Football fan, are ya? :)

Flip-Flop Creations said...

This is a fabulous card! Clever idea. Congratulations on your win. Have fun spending your gift certificate! ~jeni :)

Shelly Schmidt said...

Fabulous! I love this!!! TFS

Ramona said...

I love this card and wonder how you ever got the OSU on the shirt??? Too Cute!!!

Hugs~
Ramona

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