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Fancy Lady March 29, 2011

Posted by Danielle in Crafts.
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This is my entry for Anita Be Stampin’s Challenge #14.

For this challenge, we were to use an ABS image and follow a sketch.  I chose to use the Nellie digital image.  She is so elegant!  I used Nestabilities to cut out both the rectangle and scalloped circle shapes.  The background papers are by Making Memories.  I colored the image with the following Copics:  BG10, BG11, BG13, BG18, E00, R02, RV000, RV00, RV02, RV04, Y21, and YR24.  The ribbon and gem are both from Michaels, and the ink around the edge of the image is Anna Griffin Pink pigment ink.

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1. Tracy Stanisich - March 30, 2011

So cute! I LOVE your color combo and the image of Nellie! You did a great job with the challenge!! Thank you so much for playing along with us over at Anita Be Stampin!

2. Brenda - March 30, 2011

Great card! Love this image. Great job with it! Thanks so much for playing along at Anita Be Stampin!!

3. Jen - March 30, 2011

Very pretty! I love these colors and your sponging around the edges is very pretty! Thanks for joining us at Anita Be Stampin’ this week!

4. Joni52 - March 31, 2011

Lovely coloring. Thanks for joining us at ABS.

5. Lelia Pierce - March 31, 2011

So sweet! Great job! Thanks so much for joining us at Anita Be Stampin!

XXX

6. Rachel Hope - April 1, 2011

So bright and pretty! Thanks for playing along with the Anita be Stampin Sketch!

7. anita - April 4, 2011

Great coloring, and such fun colors too! Thanks so much for joining us at the Anita Be Stampin Challenge! 🙂


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