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oh hello, again

Hi!  I think I've used that post title before because I've used that sentiment a couple times already.  Can't think of an original title at the moment though.  So, I am back with another post.  There is a new TGF sketch challenge created by Aeryn this week over at SCS.  Click HERE for all the details and to join in.


This is TGF's gorgeous Blush Bettie.  I paper pieced her dressed and colored the rest of her with my Copics.  All papers are from Basic Grey's Konnichiwa.  It's a miracle that I remember what the papers are called.  Most of the time I just draw a blank.  And all my matting was done with my Perfect Layers Rulers.  They were great to use with all the boxes and layers in this sketch.

Okay, I've got some projects to finish up and need to clean my crafty desk.  What a mess!

Thanks for reading!!


Comments

Denice said…
Such wonderful coloring Eva...and perfecftly matched for this adorable blush girlie. Great job with a great sketch...isn't it fab when it all goes together so nicely?!!
:Dxx
Cheryl said…
Ha! I think most of my posts are titled "happy birthday." Another pretty card! Love the paper pieced outfit, I gotta remember to try that one time. Gosh, the week sure goes by fast, is it already Saturday evening?!
Another pretty card eva... you must have tons of this stamps by now...LOL!
Unknown said…
This is awesome! Cool ruler!
Rachel Parys said…
Haaa ha!! I know what you mean about your post titles, that part is always kind of awkward for me! I think we're the only ones really paying any attention to that when we post! lol!

Looove that paper you used for her dress, it's adorable!! What a fun sketch, you totally rocked it!
Ohhh Eva, I just love this card. You colored Aeryn's golden locks of hair sooooo beautifully. Very nice highlights.
Ahhh so adorable!! What agorgeous colouring and he little paper pieced dress is just the cutet! Beautiful work eva :)
Mary J said…
So beautiful Eva! Your colouring is gorgeous and love your take on that sketch!
Blankina said…
Nice paperpiercing Eva, and this stamp is so cute, I am glad I have bought it too...
Hugs Blankina
RiNNE said…
You do have perfect layers! Fantastic card!

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