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Boho Anya & 80s music

Hi!  Geez, I don't know what to title this post!  So let's go with the cute TGF stamp that I used and my current obsession of listening to fun 80s music.  Such memories every time I'm driving and an 80s song pops on the radio.  The other day I heard Exposé's Come Go With Me and had to watch it on You Tube too.  If you want to refresh your memory too, here's the video.


Wasn't that fun?  Anyway, here's a little card I made for TGF's Monday Fun-Day #22 Anything Goes.  I don't remember TGF doing an Anything Goes challenge before.  Have they?  And I used the Deconstructed Sketch #41.


I have to stop taking photos of my projects/cards at night.  They look so much better with natural light during the day which is when I took these photos.  And I finally found a way to take photos so I don't have to lie down on my stomach and take them on the floor.  I don't know why I just didn't grab a chair before!  Here's the cute Boho Anya!  I used a paper pack from Wild Rose Studio that I've had for a while.  I really am trying to use what I have. 

A little close up to show her bling in the flowers.  She really is so sweet looking.

Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!

Comments

Cheryl said…
Wow, was that 80's hair crazy or what, too funny. I don't even remember the video, maybe we didn't have cable yet. Cute card! Pretty color combo, I like the way you colored her outfit. I just bought that paper pack not too long ago, it was on clearance though - is it very old?
Awww she is so cute, love all the colours and the matchy papers....
Great colour/combo.... Don't you love doing a mixture of images.... I think we could become an awesome team player.. LOL!!!
Have a super weekend, and keep crafting....
Gorgeous card Eva and the sketch is great.
Rachel Parys said…
Haaaa ha! I totally remember that song!

She is so sweet! I really love the colors you chose to use together! I might have to get her soon....

My 7 year old, Maddie, has been so sick this week with strep, and then last night she got sick with the stomach flu! Poor kid. Needless to say, I haven't been able to make anything, and I'm going through withdrawls!!!

TGIF
Love the colours and paper colection,Have never seen this group...but intresting..the 80's fashion.....:)
hugs
Doreen
Lorraine said…
Ack, I remember that song, lol. Oh that Anya is so cute and I love your coloring of her hair! Great take on the sketch too.
Alyce said…
Aww Eva she is so gorgeous! Love the tones and the colouring...so pretty. LOL love the 80s music....I have to agree so much fun when you are driving! :D
RiNNE said…
Hehe! I'm on a weekend getaway with some friends and we are doing some karaoke!! Whenever an 80s song comes up, we go extra wild! :). Your card is lovely! I'm finally catching up to my blogs and saw that you were showcased a couple of times on TDS!! Congrats, Eva!
Jennifer Shults said…
This is really super cute! I adore the colors you used and I NEED to break this Anya out and use her! Thanks for joining us for this week's sketch!
Jackie said…
Cute card and love the 80's.

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