I found this lovely lady while blog-hopping. I've always loved Sugar Nellie stamps and now I'm thrilled that they also have some in digital format. Now, of course, I had to get all four of the girls , full length and faces. So, you'll be seeing them for a while. I really love the face shots the best (which I've already colored for each girl), because there is so much detail. I printed them on the "draft" mode of my printer, because they are made with quite a bit of shading, to aid those who may not be comfortable with coloring and shading yet.
I feel like the card is missing something, but I'm not sure what else I could have added without it being too busy. The papers are from K&Co., the ribbon from Bunny Zoe and the butterflies were made with a MS punch. The thing that is amazing is how much I paid for the charms. (They were in the $1 bin at Michaels and there were about 12-18 pieces in each package.) Needless to say, I bought up all of the ones I really liked, even if I didn't like each item in the bag. I haven't quite figured out the best way to attach them, as this is only the second charm I've used; I'm hoping someone out there in blogland will take pity on me and tell me their technique.
I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Top Tip Tuesday - anything
Creative Cottage - something new - digital image
Paper Crafting Journey - digi
Digi Doodle Shop's Best - pink & green
Meljen's DT & Challenge - square or round card
Dutch Dare Card Challenges - sewing
The Sugar Bowl - sketch
Craft Your Days Away - anything
Delicious Doodles Challenges - 3 colors - pink, green, yellow
2 Sisters Challenge - flowers
Aly's Sunday Challenge - wings
Going Buggy - Blog Party
Thanks again for stopping by. Check back as I'm working on getting a few things together to give away as candy, since I now have over 100 followers (woo hoo!). I thank everyone who has looked in on my creations. I hope you will leave a comment. (Even a "nice card" would be appreciated; remember I'm coming down off of a "92 comment high". LOL!