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November 2012

Hi!  Isn't Blogger acting a bit weird lately?  I can't open the comment section sometimes.  Anyway, I haven't found a good routine lately for crafting since I've been sleeping so early these days.  I can't seem to wake up early in the mornings unless I sleep early.  But I finally did get to finish my November 2012 calendar/scrapbook page using MFT's current sketch.

I used Pure Innocence Chrysanthemum.  I didn't really want to fussy cut her out but I colored a bit messy out of the lines and the only way to really fix it was to cut it out.  Good thing I didn't chop off the flower or the skinny stem or something.  Then I paper pieced her dress.

Close up photo.

The other page.

Just a short post.  I am going to sleep!

Thanks for reading!


RiNNE said…
Such a pretty card! Love the papers you used!
Cheryl said…
Cute page! You're almost done with the whole calendar! Nice coloring! Yeah, I think it's hard to stay in the lines sometimes with the copics, like I get carried away trying to blend, I thought I have to do it quickly before it dries and it gets out of control. I think I'm just sticking with skin for now. I can't believe you cut that flower out. It looks like that would be painful.
sweet said…
Pretty paper and lace! Great work with the coloring and paper piece! Amazing how you cut out the stem!

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