Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Thanksgiving Card

Good Tuesday morning everyone. I am really struggling with the fact that the seasons are upon us.  I did this quick Thanksgiving card with the Imagine.  I have been working with the Imagine non stop for 4 days now and I love it.  The learning curve is low and yet I discover something new every time I print and cut.  The finished look will pass with little to no fuss and yet if you want to spend the time you can achieve some fantastic details by adding shadows with Copic markers, inks and prisma pencils.   The ability to set your own RGB codes is genius, I also have the Bazzill app and am able to print out tags to match my Bazzill card stock which I have tons of.  I am sure when the updates are done it will be even better, so in my opinion this is definitely a machine to consider. 
This card is 4.25" X 5.5".  I used the "Imagine More" cart, I cut in layers so that I could do my own thing.  The sentiment is handwritten and I added the measuring tape at the bottom.  EKSuccess photo corners.  Have a great week. Hugs

6 comments:

Kelly said...

This is beautiful Sandi...I love the colors and the photo corners are fabulous! I'm so glad you are having fun with your new toy!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

This turned out beautiful (as always) Sandi.

1CardCreator said...

Whoo Hoo, I didn't know you had the Imagine! I hope you will still associate with peasants like me lol. Seriously Sandi, this is a beautiful card, I love how you put it together. How fortunate for you to have the new state of the art machine, I'm sure you will make many more gorgeous things with it. ~Diane

Crayola58 said...

What a beautiful card, Sandi. I am so glad you have the Imagine so you can create all of these wonderful things for us to see.
Hugs
Carole

DonnaMundinger said...

My head is spinning! so glad you're having so much fun! Great card! xxD

Sharon Caudle said...

Beautiful card, Sandi! You are just going to town with this machine! How awesome that you can print to match your Bazzill! That's fantastic!
hugs, Sharon