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Bright Pinky Pink & some gold too

Hello!  Wow, so I made a card today to join in on a couple challenges!  Amazing, right?  The first challenge is TGF's Pinky Pink and the second is MarkerPOP's Bright Colors.

Okay, so I had this little Glisten Bean from TGF colored up (with Copics) for a while now.  But I didn't know what to add her onto until this morning when I saw Splitcoaststamper's neat watercolor bokeh tutorial.  Mine is not so much bokeh but I wanted to try the white ink stencil over some watercolored distressed ink.

I added Lawn Fawn's hello die cut in gold and some sequins.  I think it's pretty bright too!

That's it for now.  I'll be back Friday for some new Sister Stamps!


Comments

Lynn said…
Eva, you really knocked this one out of the park. Love that background and how you coordinated it with her hair color...so-o-o cool!
Blankina said…
What a darling Eva...Beany is super pretty and the background amazing!
Hugs Blankina

Did you link her up at Anya oddies and others too on the TGF page?
Rachel Parys said…
Seriously GOR-GEOUS!!!!! I love that background!!
Leanne said…
Cute!!! That background looks awesome! She's awesome too!
Have a great day!!
Heidi Brawley said…
Love how your back ground came out!! The whole card is really Awesome!!!
Great work!!!
Denice said…
Bright and cute....what a sweet bean. Great background...you did grat with the SCS tutorial.
She is just too cute! Thank you for joining us over at MarkerPop for our Bright Colors Challenge!
Maire Gamber said…
Love your bright and adorable card! Thank you for joining us for our MarkerPOP Challenge :D Marie
Cheryl said…
Cute bean! Love the bright pink and hearts! I didn't realize I got so far behind in commenting.

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