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Miyoko

Hello!  Just wanted to share a quick post.  Trying to get as much done as possible this weekend.  I was coloring Miyoko from Sister Stamps and playing around with making her hair different colors.

Excuse how they are cut out.  I wanted to share before I colored up the rest of her clothes.  She's missing her cupcake too.  I'm planning on adding a little apple since these will be for teachers.

I'll post them again when they're done.

Thanks for reading!


Comments

Eva, I really love all four of these. Would you mind telling us what colors you used for each one?
Mary J said…
Gorgeous hair colouring, Eva! Would love to know the colours you've used honey!
Love the brown shades.... I love doing hairs too they are so challenging....
Alyce said…
Ooooh...I thinkk I like the brown best but I don't know!! Perfect amound of sheen there :)
Teresa said…
Thanks so much for sharing the other hair colors! Really love this technique and REALLY love your stamps.. they are adorable :)
Cindy said…
Cute,what colors did you use? I should try other colors besides black.
Cheryl said…
Their hair is so pretty! You have time to make teachers' gifts too?!
RiNNE said…
Wonderful job, chica! Hope you're having a good holiday season!

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