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StampInsanity #7: Inspiration Pic

It’s Thursday again! Which can only mean one thing… It’s time for another StampInsanity Challenge! This week, we challenge you to work with this inspiration picture:

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Pretty freakin’ cool right? I love the look of the makeup (on the model and off) and that jewelry is so fantastic! But those colors are really what inspired me…

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Ok… so my blue is a little off… but you get the idea right??? Originally, I was going to focus on those bulls-eye jewelry; hence the use of my Nesties. But then I came across the other paper I used here… and it just came together in a totally different way! Which is totally fine by me, sometimes too much planning isn’t good right? Take a closer look at my girl Maddie:

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I used my beloved colored pencils once again… and I love how she looks. Isn’t that a rockin’ dress???

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Here you can see all of the dimension on the card. The extra swirl is cut out from the same Cuttlebug D’Vine Swirl pattern in the large orange rectangle.

Now it’s your turn! The Groovy Gurlz want you to play along with us! And if you do, you can win some of Beth’s amazing digi’s! Just upload your creations at the StampInsanity blog. Plus, you can sport this groovy button on your blog so everyone knows that you like to join the insanity!!!

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So go ahead… grab this button and play along! But before you do… please take a peek at what the other Groovy Gurlz have created! Lisa is out sick this week. But please give a warm welcome to our newest Gurl, Jacquie! Have an inspiring day!!!

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Margie Sarabeth Suzi Tonya

Comments

Erica said…
Love it! Beautiful work...again! I love Maddie. That is who I am going to use if I am able to play along.
Jen Shults said…
Very cool Alison! I love her blue hair and the colorful background!
Jennifer said…
Wow, that's so clever cutting the swirl out. I love it!
margie c said…
This is such an awesome card, Alison! I really love all the layers and textures! You rocked this one out :)

Hope everyone is feeling better!
hugs, margie
Dani said…
What a rockin' card! I love the swirly flourish behind her!
Alyssa S said…
What a super fun dress! Love all the flourishes and dimension!
Tonya Klar said…
You are just too cool! I love how you colored Maddie's dress! Totally rocks!
I love the way you colored her dress! Very cool!

hugs,
Laura
Sara said…
what a fun card alison!!!!! i love the embossed background :)

xo
Beth said…
Looking AWEsome! Great job! I love it!! xx
Javablustamper said…
That is a ROCKIN dress!! I LOVE it!! Your creation is AWESOME!! So happy to be on the team with you!! Have a GREAT night!



ENJOY LIFE!
Jacquie/Javablustamper!

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