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Monday, 23 November 2015

Coral and Green Dressy Miss Anya

A pretty girlie card for today. This one features the cute Dirndl-wearing Dressy Miss Anya from The Greeting Farm.

The image was stamped using Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink and coloured using Copic markers.
Skin: E000, E00, E11, R20
Hair/Apron: E11, E13, E15
Shoes/Dress: E11, R02, R08
Polka Dot Trim/Socks: YG03, YG11

Highlights were added to the cheeks using a Papermania Snow White gel pen.
The papers used to decorate the front of the card were from the My Mind's Eye Wild Asparagus paper pack.  The card-edge die cut, created using the Sizzix Card Edges #2 Decorative Strip die was cut from the polka dot paper and added to a panel of ivory card. This was then diecut with a circle Nestabilities die to create an aperture, and a frame was created from the coral coloured polka dot paper from the paper pack using a scalloped circle and plain circle Nestabilities die and added around the aperture.
The corners of this panel were punched with the inverted corner rounder from Woodware, and then matted to the card front over a panel of a floral paper from the paper pack.
The Miss Anya image was then fussy cut and added over the aperture.
 A couple of flowers were created using the Sizzix Tattered Floral Garland Decorative Strip die and added to the card front with a small orange pearl in their centres.
Two tags were die cut from vellum and the polka dot patterned paper cut using a die from the Sizzix Framelits Tags, Sentiments die set. The sentiment, from the Kanban Moulin Divas Très Chic stamp set, was stamped onto the vellum tag using Versamark ink and heat embossed using Heat It Up! Seafoam White embossing powder.
The two tags were joined together using a small orange eyelet and threaded with cream hemp cord. The tags were added inside the aperture and decorated with the small flower dies from the Tattered Floral Garland die.
 The inside of the card was also decorated using matching papers and dies, and a sentiment stamp also from the Très Chic stamp set.
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