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Hi!  I've been kind of slacking with the house chores but it's Friday and I wanted to finish my card for iCopic Challenge #69 -- BG Family and Saturated Canary Challenge #11 -- Anything but square or rectangle.  I only have 3 blue green Copic pens but I love the colors!  I've been using them a lot since I bought them.  I don't know why it wasn't one of my first choices.  And I purchased a new Saturated Canary digi called Honey. 

Okay, so no square or rectangle card.  I went with a heart.  I used my Cheery Lynn heart dies and man, pushing out all those little hearts can be a big pain.  But so worth it in the end.  Now I have tons of little punched out hearts all over my table.  And isn't Honey so pretty?  I love her hair!  Makes me want to grow my hair out again. 

Oh yeah, it is a heart shaped easel card too.  Found lots of tutorials after Google-ing it.  Pretty simple.

I kept the inside kind of simple cause I wanted the front to stand out more.  The sentiment is from PTI's Botanical Silhouettes.

Here's a little close up of Honey.  Her skirt and socks are in BG Copics.  I smeared a little bit of white opal liquid pearls on her socks so they'd be a bit lighter than her skirt.  There is glossy accents on her heart and the bunny's tummy.  I really love to pair bright pink with blue green so I went with that color combo.  I added some brads that were a freebie from Eclectic Paperie when I ordered from them a while ago. 

Oh, did you notice my pink netting?  I loved the color so I saved it from the outside packaging of those Asian rice noodles.  I recycled!  Hehe.  I know my hubby's gonna wonder what the heck is that pink thing but it's so fun looking.  And I really think I'm more open minded about stuff like that ever since taking TGF's Heart Journaling class.  Maybe I actually learned something?

Oh, and thanks for all the digi tips!  I usually print mine out on PTI white cardstock but I can't color right away.  I used to have a different printer and I could just color it after printing.  I guess it will have to do for now. Thanks for reading!


Cheryl said…
Another beautiful card! You're making them faster than I can comment on them! Beautiful coloring! Love her skirt and shoes and hair! Ha, love that netting too, I will never look at rice noodles the same way now!
Wow someone's rocking out with her cards. LOL! Now this is just gorgeous Eva... let me tell you, you are going to get addicted to buying more digis.... Saturated canary has some awesome it....
Have a super weekend...
Linda said…
Wow Eva - you're one busy chicky! This is a fab card and you did an awesome coloring job! Great color choices and I especially love the color of her hair! Have a fantastic weekend!
RiNNE said…
Such a gorgeous card and I love how unique it is! Those nettings and die-cut hearts are amazing -- yay for upcycling. Your coloring is wonderful! This image is so pretty!
Loopylou. said…
hiyah Eva!
oh hun this is just stunning, her clothes look awesome and i lurve the heart shape, its gorgeous!!
thank you so much for sharing it with us over on the saturated canary challenge blog
hugs Lou xxx
Rachel Parys said…
Holy crap Eva-that is GORGEOUS! I've been meaning to buy some Saturated Canary stamps myself! Definitely going to have to get on that after seeing this! I love all of the different textures you have going on, it's really beautiful. Have a great weekend!!!
Lorraine said…
Wow, girlfriend, this is just awesome - love it all! Your coloring is totally gorgeous and love all of the die cuts! I know what you mean about the die cuts - the punching out and little pieces all over, lol.
Sheri said…
INCREDIBLE! I am loving everything about this< Your card design is fabulous and the coloring...OMG! Love it! Thank you so much for joining us at iCopic!! :)
Eva wow!! This is so so amazing! I love your colouring it is perfect and the card/dies are fantastic! What colours did you use on her skirt? They work really well!
Vicky said…
WOW...this is gorgeous love the colours you have used & love the hearts this really suits the image & brings her to life. Love it!!!

Thank you for joining us girlies over at Saturated Canary Challenges, good luck hun.

Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx
Grandma Bonnie said…
Eva, i am always impressed with your creativity!

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