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Green: Coloring with It & Feeling It

Ever have one of those weeks? Those weeks that can be written off a s a complete bust? That's how my week has been. I have the flu. And it sucks. I was so ahead with what I needed to do for my projects, and now I am miserably behind. And I still feel terrible. Thankfully, I had my project for this week's Dilly Beans challenge all set to go well before I got kicked in the ass with this horrid sickness. Allow me to share with you....."Green," our challenge for the week.

This is Nutmeg. And I think she's awesome. I actually had some extra moments, and my hands were feeling pretty good, so I broke out my beloved colored pencils. It's been forever since I've worked with them.

I am totally digging her hair. Oh. And I would like to point out, then when you visit the Dilly Beans Challenge Blog today, you will see the card I blogged about last week. Like a dummy, I switched what I posted....both cards worked for both challenges. And I inadvertently switched them. I can't even blame that on the flu! Wanna see the other card? Visit THIS post. 

Would you like to play along? Perhaps win some fabulous Dilly Beans images of your own? Then please visit the Challenge Blog. And please leave some love for the rest of the DT. They made some fabulous green creations this week. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

KC said…
hey girl, sorry your still sick...that sucks bad! love your card..and I really love your coloring...such a fun image! get well soon!!
Jenn Borjeson said…
She's gorgeous! I hope you are all back to 100% ASAP, my friend. xo

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