Friday, 19 February 2016

Scrap N' Dipity - New Release

Happy Friday, friends!

Today is a fun new release at Scrap N' Dipity
I created my card using the new "Scribbles Sally Geisha" image.
You can find it HERE in the shop, along with the other new images.
Isn't she sweet?

I coloured her up and did a bit of layering.
All the embellishments are from the Where Ideas Bloom Shop.


Materials Used:
Papers: DCWV - Far East Stack, Recollections - Cardstock;
Image: Scrap N' Dipity - Sally Geisha,
Spectrum Noir Markers;
Punch: EK Success Mini Corner Punch - Sentiment 2;
Flowers and Trim: Where Ideas Bloom Shop.

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9 comments:

  1. Absolute stunner, love the Oriental image and colours are gorgeous.xxx
    {aNNie}

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  2. This little gal is adorable Nancy! Everything is perfectly placed and just the right amount of embellies. Love the Asian flair to this cutie.

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  3. Such a sweet image, Nancy, and so perfectly colored to boot! Love the textures in that little cluster in the bottom left corner, too!

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  4. I cannot keep up with you, so many awesome cards you are making. Love the owl, his eyes are so cute. I am glad you are busy making cards and pages, they are a joy to see. Your coloring is beautiful and this one is no exception. Love the embellishment so pretty and different for a change. You have a lot of great ideas. Sending you hugs and wishes for a wonderful weekend. Hugs Kelly

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  5. This is gorgeous Nancy - you have coloured her up beautifully!

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  6. The image is adorable and your flower arrangement is elegant.
    hugs,
    Teresa

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  7. Beautiful image and love the paper you have used, such a pretty card.

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  8. Love this Digi too!! And your project is really pretty!! As all your projects!! Hugs xxx

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  9. This digi is so pretty and you have made ​​a very nice card with Japanese-inspired.

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Your comments are always a joy to me! Thank you for taking the time to leave one!...Nancy :o)