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Dilly Beans Challenge: Fall

Greetings! Fall is officially here, and that is the theme of the challenge this week at Dilly Beans. You may be saying, "But that was what you said last week!" Yeah, it was. There was a teeny mix up in what the challenge was last week, so this week, we are just going with Fall again. Which is good for me, because I love the Fall.


I used Anna framed for this card. I did her hair a little different from how other folks have colored her...I added a bit more hair to her, by coloring in some of the negative space. I also gave her a bit of an ombre look to her hair color...which is so popular with people right now. I'm please with it. Here's a closer look.


Isn't Anna so pretty? I used watercolor markers and Copics to color her in. This is another one of Dilly Beans' "Big Eye Girls" that I love so much.


I took 3 clear rhinestones and hand colored them with an orange Copic. My "Fall" stamp is from Hero Arts, and I inked it up with Distress Inks. I hope you like my newest Fall card. Now it's time for you to head over to the Dilly Beans Blog to see what the rest of the DT has come up with. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

The collage look of this card is outstanding. Love your coloring too. The skin tones are awesome.
This is awesome!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE her hair and the colors of the background! You know fall is my favorite!!!
Regina said…
You have Fall a rockin!! Love this little gal.
Beautiful Alison, truly beautiful.
What a beautiful card I love her.
susan s.

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