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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Kimono Pip

This precious image is Kimono Pip and you can find her HERE.  I just love the sweet images that Sally Ann creates.  Her talent is never ending.  This image was debuted in April of this year and I knew right away I needed it to create a birthday card for my grand daughter. So here it is!  I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!  I paper pieced the kimono which gave the look I was wanting.


Digi Stamp Boutique is our sponsor this week at 
 I hope you will play along.  
The sketch for the week is posted below and the rules are on SSW2! 
If you are the lucky Grand Prize Winner, 
you will receive a £10 voucher to use at Digi Stamp Boutique.

All images/designs are created and copyright owned by Sally-Ann Hancock.  My work means the world to me - it allows my passion to draw and create, to fit with my family life too, often the inspiration for my designs.  Hope you enjoy my images as much as I enjoy creating them.





My Recipe:
Image:  Digi Stamp Boutique Kimono Pip
Papers:  From my stash DP and SU Peach Parfait and ColorMates Light Racy Raspberry
Inks:  Copics, SU Melon Mambo and Blush Blossom
Tools:  Spellbinders Classic Squares Small, SU Texturz Plate Perfect Details, Flower Punches
Assessories:  Baker's Twine, Jewels 

7 comments:

  1. Oh Judi your card couldn't be more perfect for your granddaughter. I guess it's for the one that lives in Japan totally perfect she'll love it. Love your colours and design papers they're so pretty. Great card as always.
    Hugs
    Kathie
    xox

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  2. Ack!! This card is soo cute!! Love that image and your paper-piecing technique. Great job coloring: her hair and sweet face are so cute!! My niece is back from her mission to Japan but misses it and plans another visit soon.

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  3. This is beautiful Judi, those pretty papers are perfect for this image and your paper pieced kimono. Great colouring too.
    Hugs
    Anne x

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  4. Super cute Judi!! I love your papers and the Baker's Twine is the perfect addition!! Paper piecing the kimono was genius =)
    Blessings and hugs to you!!
    Sally

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  5. Judi, this is absolutely gorgeous. Reminds me so much of a cute little girl!

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  6. What an adorable card. I am a big fan of the paper piecing and your papers are so sweet! Hugs, Heide

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  7. Oh Judi, this sure is an adorable creation!!! Love your paper pieced kimono and gorgeous coloring. Sweet, sweet, sweet!!!

    Linda

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