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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Creative Card Crew Challenge: For a Child

Hi friends,
I'm back with a brand new challenge for Creative Card Crew. This week, the challenge theme is "For a Child."
Here's my card:
This is a new digi stamp for me from La La Land Crafts called Dress-Up Marcy. At first, I wasn't really into these, but my friend carries them in her store, so I bought one to try. I have to admit it was really fun coloring her :) I mean she's adorable with that big hat, over-sized pearls, sporting Momma's shoes! I think every little girl has to play dress up with their Mommie's shoes :) ---> I did! My mom had these ridiculously tall high heel shoes that I nearly killed myself on, but i just had to try walking around in them!

Here's a closer peek:
She's colored with Copics & her shoes have Cotton Candy Stickles on them. I know the glittery shoes would be the ones I'd want to sprain my ankle on!
Ok, so I went a little insano with the Viva Decor paper pen ;), but it's for a girl so it has to be a little dramatic & over the top, right? Ugh, I'll step away from the Viva pen next time ;)

Our sponsor this week is Stitchy Bear Stamps. They're offering up a fabbie prize for a lucky participant, but you can't win if you don't play along! So be sure to Linky your card to the Creative Card Crew blog by Monday night.

Speaking of challenges... this card meets the following challenges:
Cute Card Thursday- Sketch by Deb #157
Incy Wincy- Sparkle & Shine
Paper Playtime- Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp & Show- a hat
Crafty Creations- In stitches

Thanks so much for peeking today. I've got several reveals for ya this week, so I hope you can come back & take a peek!
Hasta la bye-bye~




The 411
Copic Recipe: Skin E000, E00, E11, R20   Hair E25, E59, E53, E49  Clothes & Hat RV10, RV13, RV14, R20, R22, R24
Stamps: Dress Up Marcy- La La Land Crafts (Digi)
Ink: Chestnut Roan- Colorbox
Paper: Bazzill cs, Chanteuse collection- KaiserCraft
Tools: Nesties
Other: button-PTI, flower- Prima, ribbon- Offray, Viva Decor Paper Pen, White Signo gel pen

14 comments:

  1. Hi Karli love your pretty DP and what an adorable image love what you have done with her pearls! hugs Rebekah xx

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  2. This is just darling- the image is so sweet! I love the dot accents and the wonderful papers! Awesome!

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  3. Great card - lots of fun and detail too - love the stitching and colours!
    Thanks for playing along with our challenge at Simon Says...

    Sarah

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  4. Wow Karli, this is just gorgeous. She's a gorgeous image and I love the use of the Viva Pearl pen, I have loads and must get them out again!
    Clairexx

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  5. This is adorable, and I think more is more, keep up with that pearly pen, love it! Beautifully colored, so girly and pretty. I would love some shoes like that, but would be sure to take a tumble in them!

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  6. Such a cute card! The image is just adorable and I love the coloring you did! tfs

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  7. This is so sweet. I love all the white dots you added.

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  8. She's so precious! Thanks for playing with us at Paper Playtime. :) Janis

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  9. this is so beautiful Karli, love the cute image!
    Many thanks for joining in the Cute Card Thursday challenge this week!
    Happy Crafting, Debxx

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  10. Your colouring is gorgeous and the card is just adorable.

    Lin xx

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  11. Great card thanks for joining us at Incy Wincy Challenge
    Jenny x

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  12. I aw your card on Splitcoast and just had to stop by your blog to tell you how much I LOVE it!! Great coloring of our Dress Up Marci!! Love the flower in her hat!! Did you know that you can share your La-La Land Crafts cards in the Customer Gallery on our blog for a chance to win a FREE stamps? Check it out, here is the link http://lalalandcrafts.blogspot.com/p/customer-gallery.html.

    Hugs!!
    :) Irina
    La-La Land Crafts - Owner

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