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SISC23 ~ "Button It Up, Buttercup!

I have the latest StampInsanity Challenge to share with you today! For this challenge, you have to use buttons! Buttons! and more Buttons! And, use a 'butter-y' color too! Here’s my card:

SISC23-1 I broke out Nicholette once again, since she’s one of my favorite images from StampInsanity! I dolled her up in shades of yellow with a touch of pink. And I colored her umbrella in some fun coordinating colors. Here’s a close up.

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I was a little worried that I wouldn’t find paper to go with my color choices, but low and behold! I found a couple that were just perfect! I will admit, that I feel like I need something else on this card. I tried some bows…some ribbons…it just didn’t seem to work. I was looking to add something above and below the image of Nicholette…I just think that there’s to much of the polka dot pattern. So, perhaps I will just remove some of it so that more of the flower pattern shows. What say you?

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I did add some Stickles below her, as if she were on a super sparkly floor. I think it looks pretty…but the more I look at the card, the more I think I may trim some of the polka dots off.

As I work out my little conundrum, why not visit the rest of the Groovy Gurlz?

Beth {Owner} Erica Jacquie

Jane {Guest Gurl} Jennifer Juanita

Lisa Margie {DTC} Suzi

PS: I have something very exciting to share! Tomorrow, I am the featured stamper over at Artful INKables!!! How cool is that? So please make sure you visit their blog HERE. You’ll get to see some of my AI projects, and learn a bit more about little old me! Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Erica said…
I love this card. The papers are so fun and I love all the little detail work! Hugs! Eri
Anita Bownds said…
"WoW" Alison your colouring is fantastic...hugs Anita..
Great card! Awesome coloring, and I love how the yellow and blue look! Very cool :)
hugs, margie
Jennifer said…
AWESOME Allison! Great color choices.
Daniella said…
Your interview was AWESOME!! You are sassy!! I think it was a very informative interview. I left you love there too!!

Bitchin'!!
ellepaulette said…
Awesome card! So loving it!!
Javablustamper said…
i LOVE your coloring AND color choices!! AWESOME!! Have a GREAT one!!



ENJOY LIFE!
Jacquie/Javablustamper!
Axa said…
This image is cute! Will have to check out Stamp Insanity. :)

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