Friday, February 26, 2016

Angie Girl Challenge


     This week the challenge for the Show and Tell Unity group on FB is to use an Angie Girl.  There are many to choose from, but I only own the ones that have been included in the Kits of the Month.   This girl is from the July 2015 KOM called Halo Dirty.

     My card stock in ivory is from Gina K. Designs.  I used layers of papers from an earth prints Mat Stack, which I have had for years.  Coloring is done with Copic Markers.  For embellishments I added tiny clear gems from Want 2 Scrap and a twine bow from AC.

     I think I shall also take this card over to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge which is an anything goes.

     The Challenge #9 at MFP Stamps Challenge is to use the color brown.  I believe this suites the challenge.

     It is Friday and the weekend is starting off cold, but from what I hear we are in for a great warm up! Hope after this rainy, windy, yucky week, you have some fun plans.  Thanks for the visit!

10 comments:

Patti J said...

This is beautiful, Mary Anne! Your coloring is perfect, as are the colors you used in your design! Great job, my friend! Hugs...

Colleen said...

Mary Anne,
This is beautiful, love the coloring and the pearls make the perfect embellishment

jimlynn said...

Spring is almost here and maybe you'll get a taste of it this weekend.
Love your card and that paper is perfect for it! Cute sentiment too.
Lynn

Carol L said...

She's charming with all that bling in her hair, and I must borrow that sentiment one day - it's hilarious! Enjoy the nice weather this weekend :)

Jingle said...

HA! Aren't we all? Very cute! Thanks so much for joining us for Anything Goes on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge blog!

Olga Jewell said...

oh, this is very very pretty!!!!!

Stampsnob. said...

WOW that is one beautiful hair do TFS MFP Lis DT

Vickie Y said...

Gorgeous image and card. Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge.

Kren Kurts said...

This is a wonderful image and love what you did with it! TFS at the MFP Stamps Challenge this week! kReN@afourthlife.blogspot.com

JD/ Jill said...

What a pretty image, and you made a very lovely card using it. Just love the Victorian look and it's great in those brown colors