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Don’t Divorce…Bury!

That title got your attention huh? So I have had this totally awesome stamp called “Burying Evidence” from Paper Candy for quite a while now… but I never got around to using it. She’s just so cool…I need her to be used properly… for her to be given a place on a really rad card. Well, I think I did it… and now I want to do a whole series with her. What do you think???

Bella's Lullaby 018 Now that I think about it, this card could even be used for this week’s TTIC! The oh-so-pretty pink mixed with the super-gross spiders?! That would definitely be an “Unlikely Friendship!” Here’s a close up of my leading lady:

Bella's Lullaby 019 I colored her in with my Spectracolor pencils. The Bury is done with Martha Stewart stamps (I know, right?). Paper from Provo craft and Reminisce.

I am loving this card. And I absolutely need to do more with her. Maybe you can help! What other things having to death, or burying or digging could I do with her? Gene thought of “Gold-digger,” which I think is a great idea! But what else??? Get on those thinking caps and leave me a comment with a fab idea! (please?). Thanks!

I just have to mention, that you to EVERYONE who has been leaving me such awesome comments. You push me to try really hard so I can keep impressing you. Yesterday’s comments blew me away. You are all amazing. Thank you so much for supporting my obsession with crafts!

Comments

Unknown said…
I can't think of any saying just right now Ali...It's still early here! But OME This is one cool card...I love it! And yes...It would have been great for the challenge this week! Xx
Jen Shults said…
BAWAHAHAHA!!! That's is brilliant. I love it... it's just so funny and cool, lol.
Anonymous said…
LOL!!!!! That is an incredible card- I LOVE IT!

Have a great weekend and I cannot wait to see some more :)

xoxo
Sarabeth

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