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Wild Sprout Miko

Hi!  Hmmm, couldn't think of a title for this post especially since the card I made has no sentiment.  I made a card for this week's TGF's Mystery Monday using Miko from the Roll Call set.  She's only the 3rd one I inked up so far from that set.  Hopefully I'll get to everyone.


I aimed to make a softer, more feminine card.  Less bright colors.  Miko's dress and hair accessories are paper pieced with some copic marker coloring on her dress and bows.

Added some flowers and pearls on her dress.  Used some ribbon and stick pins too.  Hopefully no one gets poked.

I'll also be entering this into Paper Sundaes Challenge #77--paper piecing.  My second entry!

Thanks for reading!

Comments

Faye said…
What a super creation! The dress looks fab paper pieced. Thanks so much for playing with us at Paper Sundaes this week. x
Cheryl said…
You've been busy! Pretty colors! Love all the flowers and ribbon. You do such a great job with paper piecing. I would like to try it one of these days, but I don't really like fussy cutting, I'm too impatient
This is a very sweet card! Like all the little details that make it soft and feminine.
Lorraine said…
So adorable, Eva! And a big congrats for winning the TGF Farm Fresh Friday contest w/ your gorgeous Hawaiian creation!
Amy said…
This is GORGEOUS, Eva! I love the soft, vintagey colors...Miko looks just adorable!
Congrats on the Farm Fresh win, you so deserved it! :)
HI Eva Congarats! on your win!So happy for you!
hugs
Doreen

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