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Happy New Year 2012!

Hi!  So I think I was a bit more sick than I thought I was because I couldn't gather up enough energy to craft this past week.  I tried napping once the kids all went back to school but for some reason or other there were always appointments or interruptions that kept me from sleeping soundly.  But today I think I'm feeling okay.  At least okay enough to make a card.  I'm playing along with TGF's Friday Spy Day #14 and Some Odd Girl's Bling It Up! 

I wanted to make a New Year's card using TGF's Happy New Year Anya digi.  I erased the 2011 and hand wrote 2012 on her sash.  I actually colored her in twice because the first one I printed out seemed a bit large like she was going to trample over the buildings behind her.  Hehe.  So I shrunk her down a bit.  The diecut behind her is MFT's Skyline Border die.  I cut it twice and also pieced them together to line up how I wanted it.  I thought it was perfect for this New Year's fireworks card. 

I added lots of stickles to her sash and her head piece.  I tried to make fireworks with stickles too and added some clear and black rhinestones. 

Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!

Comments

donna mikasa said…
Happy New Year, Eva! Glad to hear you're feeling better! Your card is awesome! Love the fireworks and the buildings behind her are the perfect backdrop! Take care and have a great year!
Awww so cute Eva - glad you are a little up to par...at least you finish up this pretty card of yours.... This is awesome love that bg and all that bling going on.
sweet said…
This card is gorgeous! You did great! Hope you get completely better soon!
mforquer said…
Gorgeous fireworks - I LOVE that! Thanks for joining us at Some Odd Girl this week!
hugs,
M
RiNNE said…
Beautiful scnee!!! Love the buildings and fireworks! Your card is stunning!!
Cheryl said…
cute card! love how you colored her hair! the skyline and fireworks look awesome! gee, you've been sick a long time! glad to hear you're feeling better, i didn't realize it's been so long since you posted.
Chris_P said…
Really gorgeous!!! Love the skyline and the fireworks! Really great! Thanks for joining us at Some Odd Girl!
Rachel Parys said…
Fantastic! Love the buildings in the back, looks like she's ready for a night on the town!
Aw, this is cute, sweet, & fun! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Some Odd Girl! :)

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