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Party Prop Anya Birthday Greeting

You may have noticed that I have posted a few cards with images from The Greeting Farm. I absolutely LOVE their images, They are for sure one of my top favorite images to color. I have like 6 of their rubber stamps and like 10 of their digis and every time I get some spare cash I buy more. I even find myself browsing eBay for retired ones. I am addicted. So the other day when I was browsing their website. I decided that maybe I should just subscribe to their blog. Of course I stumbled on a challenge. I've never been one to do challenges before because I don't feel like my cards are as good as other's, but I am finding that I like to do them, not to win, but because it provides inspiration. This week it was anything goes challenge, I read the terms and instantly this card design started working itself out in my mind. I have a couple Greeting Farm images that I had not used yet, so I decided to try one, and this is by far one of my fave's will be using her a lot more in my future I am sure.
So, without further ado, here she is....
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You can buy your own copy of this lovely girl at the Greeting Farm Store.
As usual, I colored this girl with my Prismacolor pencils and Odorless Mineral Spirits.
And for anyone interested, Here is a shot of the inside.
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Let me tell you, I had so much fun designing and making this card! I hope it provided you with some inspiration.
Love and Peace! Thanks for reading!
Nikki

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