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XO: Kenny K Challenge 26: Love You

Hello! I took a bloggy day off yesterday because it was my Birthday!!! Yup! I turned 33 on 1/11/11. I thought that was pretty cool. Anyone out there into numerology? Maybe you can give me a head’s up if all of those numbers mean anything! :) On to my card…

A few weeks ago, Kenny K had a contest to name some new images. I was lucky enough to be one of the chosen ones! I bring you…Harley Ryder!

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Isn’t she cool? I love her little outfit! Think of all the color combinations you can do! Anyway, this week’s Kenny K Challenge is Love You. Harley is perfect for the challenge!

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She is colored up with my pencils, and though it’s tough to see, I used a lot of metallic silver, so she’s super shiny. I sat her on a brick wall that I embossed using my Fiskars Texture Plates.

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I just had to use some of my foiled flame paper from EK for this card, ‘cause you know this chick loves some flames! I also used some stud swilrs from Prima, and drew in some swirls with Stickles. The “XO” is done with Inkadinkado’s Twilight font.

Hope you liked my card! Have an inspiring day!!!

Comments

ldfdesign said…
ohhhh!!!! i love the colors you used! this card is awesome!
Cheryl Valadez said…
Hi, Alison! Happy Birthday!!! Also congratz on winning this image by coming up with that awesome name! Your card is fantastic and you really rocked Harley out with your fab coloring! Way to work those pencils, lady ;D Thanks for joining this week's challenge at Kenny K's Krafty Girlz! Hugz, Cheryl
Carol W. said…
Happy Belated Birthday Alison! Fabulous card! TFS
What a gorgeous card, thanks so much for joining us at KKKG this week .........

Hugs
Judith
Angela said…
Happy belated birthday Alison. I love the layout on this and the brick wall you created. Thanks for joining us at KKKG this week, hope to see you for our next challenge.
Hugs:)
Angela

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