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I'm on the Dilly Beans DT!

I am SO excited! I have been asked to join the Dilly Beans Design Team! I can't tell you how excited and honored I am to be on such a rad team. In my little world, things have been a little off-kilter lately, and this was just the boost I needed. To all of my new pals over on the Dilly Beans DT, especially Megan, the owner, thank you for having me!
So for my first project since joining the team, I used Big Eye Girl #181. She is in one of Megan's fabulous frames that Dilly Beans is so known for.


Isn't she great? I love the creepy-cool-cute look so many of the the Dilly Beans images have. And I am so loving the frame. It helped my card come together so fast.


I colored her with watercolor markers and Copics. And the fabulous little sentiment is also from Dilly Beans.


I got to break out my beloved Drippy Goo punch from Martha Stewart. I think I will be using it quite a bit with these images. And lots of Halloweenie schtuff!
I'll be participating in the next Dilly Beans Challenge on Friday. Can't wait to share that project with you! Until then, why not check out the Dilly Beans Etsy Shop, and snag some of these babies for yourself? Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Kathi said…
Congratulations on your new gig! You're gonna rock it. They are SO lucky to have you!

The card is fabulous. I love that image! Sooooo cute and edgy.
Laura B said…
Congratulations!! Your card is awesome! And you totally deserve that DT spot. Big hugs!:)
DonnaMundinger said…
WooHoo, Chickie! soooo happy we're finally teamies. LOVE your card. xxD
Julie's Blog said…
Congrats on the DT position ... Have come across your blog from the digi galore facebook page blog list and have just become your latest follower ... I'm really looking forward to checking out your blog ... Cheers Julie.
Torrey said…
Mucho big congratumalations!!! You're gonna rule the roost over there!
Alex said…
WOOOOO HOOOOO! Congratulations! They are soooooooooooooooo fortunate to have you! Looking forward to seeing all your creations with these images :)

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