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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Pixie Cottage #112

Pixie Cottage time once again!!  Challenge #112 is the following sketch and/or the theme of "Perfect Pastels"--you know the rules....use either or both
I used the theme of "Perfect Pastels" this week :) 
Image is The Pixie Cottage stamp~~Girly Girl Buffy by Alisa Ramirez--this stamp also includes the sentiment that I used on this card :D
Stamped image with Memento Rich Cocoa and Colored with Copics and prima pencils.  Isn't she just toooo cute!!!
This view shows the dimension as well as the yellow tulle I added as top layer of her tutu ;)
Be sure to go and check out the amazing creation by the rest of The Pixie Team!!!
Would like to enter these Challenges:
Paper Sundaes #111~~ Feminine Flair
Totally Papercrafts #107~~My Favorite Things--(punches)
Simon Says~~ Bit o' Green
Paper~~ DCWV textured pink CS and MS White CS
Ink~~ Copics, Prisma pencils, TH walnut stain, Memento Rich Cocoa
Tools:  MS eyelet lace punch, SU lace border punch, Nellie Snellen leaf punch
Embellies: flowers, yellow ribbon, lace, green dew drops. tulle, yellow stickles
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Have a Great Day!!!!


Davi said...

Mary Lou such pretty coloring of Buffy! The pretty borders and lovely lace, flower and jewels make a beautiful girly card :)

Stephanie Lee said...

this is such a pretty and girly card Mary Lou!! I never would have thought of using pink and yellow - just lovely!

Ashley said...

Cute! And perfect for Spring! Hope you're enjoying the nice weather. See you soon!!

CraftinGranny said...

Buffy in pink and yellow, how adorable. I love that lace border along with the punched border and gems. Really cute card and design. "Hugs"

Christine said...

Such an adorable little bunny. Love how you colored it!
Thanks so much for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog.
xoxo, Christine