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Hi everyone! Thank you for talking the time and hopping over to my blog and checking out.  My work. I love sharing and seeing my progress with every card I make. Here is a stamp from krafty kimmie that I coloured at one of the day crops I attended last month. I was a little nervous with the rose. It over all I am happy how it turned out. I used my copic markers to  colour her up. 


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Cup cakes anyone!! Here is another card I created using the Carly cupcake stamp from Krafty Kimmie! This was a fun one to colour. Again I used my beloved Copic markers and matted her on some fun paper from echo park! 













Here is another wonderful stamp from Kraft Kimmie called Buddy bear! This is an adorable stamp and lots of fun to colour! I used Tim Holtz distress in tumbled glass and mowed lawn for the back ground and coloured with my Copic markers! 

Happy Friday everyone! I wanted to share with you all this adorable stamp from krafty kimmie called party animal. If you haven't heard of her stamp store you must check it out! Her stamps are one of my favourites out there. A couple of weekends go she did an online crop. It was a lot of fun getting together with friends and doing the challenges. This card was for the anything animals plus twine. I stamp out my image on neeha solar white paper and coloured the image with my copic markers. Wouldn't this make a great birthday card for a little boy. 


My Winnings!! Febuary I enter a Valentine day Challenged with Jade Blossom and I won a stamp of my choice" I picked this adorable for love of doughnut stamp. I fuzzy cut out the doughnut and paper pieced the icing. Loved how this card turned out.
Last week I spend an afternoon with my friend Cindy colouring and creating some cards! I coloured this Krafting Kimmie image looking for rainbows. Coloured her with copic markers. The dies I used are from Jaded Blooms.
Here is my card I made using the what's cooking? Stamp from stamp anniething! It's always so much fun colouring these stamps. I used my copic markers and matched her outfit to the pattern paper I used. Also distressed inked the edge of the paper with Tim Holtz tea dye ink.