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CC Designs March Previews -- Pollycraft

Hello again!  It's day 3 of CC Designs March previews.  Today we're having a peek at a new line of stamps at CC Designs called Pollycraft.  You might be familiar with them as digital stamps from before.  I'm not completely familiar with them but they do have some adorable images!

This little cutie is called Fleur and I colored her in pink with a rainbow of flowers in her hair.  How cute are her rosy cheeks!  Just want to pinch them.  The sentiment is from AmyR Sunny Sentiments.  Did you notice the cute paper from Doodlebug's Springtime?  The sun has a smiley face.  Love this design.

Here's a close up of Fleur.  Her hair was a bit tricky for me, trying to get into those tiny spaces without messing up her flowers!

Please check out more of the Pollycraft preview at CC Designs.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Anonymous said…
She's so cute eva. Love the cheeks and the colorful flowers!
Aw she has the cutest face, you did awesome coloring her....
RiNNE said…
Beautifully colored! Love the rainbow theme!
Rachel Parys said…
She has pinch-able cheeks!! Too cute!! I need to get that paper pad!!!
Denice said…
OMG, you've got the coloring down to perfection on these cuties! The sunshine and rainbow paper is perfect!
Leanne said…
Oh Eva!! This is adorable!
Always enabling!! hahaha!
Love how you colored her up, rosy cheeks and all.
Cheryl said…
She's super cute too! Nice hair, I can't believe you cut around all the strands!

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