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TGF's Farm Fresh Friday: Pink Lemonade

Hi!  It's time for TGF's Farm Fresh Friday!  The theme this week is Pink Lemonade!  Just use pink and yellow as your color combo on your projects!  

I used the very cute and adorable Glisten Bean!  I thought she would look so good with pink hair!  I did a lot of layers on this one with my Perfect Layers rulers!  Layered a doily in between too!  

For this card, I heat embossed all the white background first.  I stamped Glisten Bean on X-press it blending cardstock and colored her in with Copics, then cut her out.  I glued the image over the embossed kraft cardstock.  She really stands out that way.  Then I added some rhinestones.

I know, I am really making use of my heat gun!  I think I need different colors to emboss with.  

Okay, please be sure to check out the other Showcase DT's creations, and join in on the Pink Lemonade fun over at TGF's blog!

Thanks for reading!


What a fun card and her pink hair is awesome.
This is so sweet! Your hair is wonderful, I need to study it :)
Cheryl said…
Cute!!! Fun hair! That embossing looks neat too! Maybe I will try this color combo for a bday card...probably can't finish it by next week though.
Love her funky color hair and great layout Eva.... Don't you love those TGF images.....
Enjoy your Friday and crafty weekend!
Rachel Parys said…
OMG, I'm totally going to copy you! What an awesome idea! I laugh because I only have 3 embossing colors myself! But I too have been making more use of my heat gun. I really have to check out the Perfect layers tool!
Blankina said…
What great card Eva, love kraft mixed with colours...and heat embossing. Your colouring is perfect too...
Thanks for your comment,
Hugs Blankina
She is a total sweetie Eva! I love the cute image and her hair looks so perfect! Beautiful job :)
SARA said…
i love love love your creation!!!!!! sorry for my english a big hug!!!!!!
Lorraine said…
Adorable and pretty at the same time, Eva! I love the pink & yellow on kraft! Also loving the pink hair!
ChatterBlossom said…
Love love it! And I really like the doily in between layers as well!
Arabella said…
Adorable! I love the pink hair!

Leanne said…
Awww, love this Eva! The colors are so fun and I do feel like a pink lemonade right now! This Bean is adorable and the white on the kraft is awesome!! Sweet!!
Anonymous said…
I love lemonade. I love pink. This is perfect!!
RiNNE said…
I adore the Kraft background with embossing!! Such a stellar card!

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