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Hi!  Wow, I think it's been a while since I blogged!  It's the summer and though I've been crafting when I can, I haven't been blogging much.  Just trying to take it easy til summer school starts for the kiddies.  And my internet is driving me crazy and sorry I haven't been commenting regularly.  I did finish up a card for today.  I used TGF's SCS sketch 16.

This little girl is from TGF's Sweet & Toxic set.  I've used the boy before but I don't think I've ever stamped/colored this one up.  I had a lot of fun coloring her.

I've had these papers Echo Park papers for a while too.  I really liked the sentiment too!  Now that I look at this photo, is it blurry?  Sorry!

I think that is it for me.  I have some more pinwheels to make for my youngest one's birthday goodies.  Thanks for reading!


Pretty,love the soft colors on your card... Great pink hair....
Enjoy your summer break!
Oooh this is so funky Eva! I love the colours and she is so cute. Your take on the layout is great too. Hope you are enjoying summer holidays! :D
Cheryl said…
Great card! Neat style of coloring! I still have to clean off my desk. It got all messy after only making 1 card! I don't think I can handle crafting in the summer until I get settled into the new routine.
Rachel Parys said…
Very sweet! I think I always end up with some sort of black/pink combo when I color her too! lol!

I feel your pain, I just tried to post in blogger tonight, took me 2 hours! Don't ask. grrrr
RiNNE said…
Love the papers and sentiment! And your coloring is fab!
Your DP and colors are great. Love her pink hair too.
Love the colours and the paper,a sweet card Eva,hugs
Arabella said…
This is gorgeous Eva! Fabulous colouring and I love the pinks!

Leanne said…
O haven't used her in a long time! This is awesome! The colors and your coloring rock! Nice use of the sketch!
Lorraine said…
Ooh I love the colors & papers you used, Eva! Also love her pink hair and what colors did you use for her dress? Beautiful. and GAH...more pinwheel making?
Chio said…
how to get the pink color fade? very nice card

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