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Add Some Text with Wicked Wednesday

Hello out there! It's time for a new Wicked Wednesday ATC challenge. This week, the challenge is o "Use Some Text," and we are sponsored by Lemon Shortbread. I had fun with this one....mwahahahaha!!!!!!!!!

I used Not My Dolly, and I cropped her so that I could really focus on the intensity of her eyes. And she practically begged me to be a blonde, which I hardly ever do. She and her dolly are colored up with my Tombow watercolor markers.

I also used a Smeared Ink stamp from one of their Lil' Grumpies sets that says, "I'm watching you." Ad doesn't it just seem like she really is watching someone? I would not want to be them! I used some Iced Jade ink from Color Box (one of my absolute, all time favorite ink colors!)around the edges of both of my layers to coordinate with the dolly's uh....skin color. I really loved working with this image. I will totally be using her again. Please be sure to visit rest of the Wicked Wednesday gals. And be sure to come back here tomorrow to see what I've cooked up for the Stampendous! and Faber-Castell collaboration. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

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Viki Banaszak said…
I gotta say...I LOVE this!!! She is so innocent( yea, right) Snort.

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