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Bubbles Anya Paper Craft Crew Challenge #371

Happy Wednesday!  I hope your week is going by fast, the weekend is almost here!! 

Today is a fun challenge from Paper Craft Crew.

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This is my take of the sketch:

Bubbles Anya

I got the color inspiration to color Bubbles Anya from HERE

It is hard to tell in this picture, but I sponged around the edges of the circle of Anya with Distress Ink Shaded Lilac.

Thanks for stopping by today!

If you would like to see what the rest of the Design Team has created click HERE.

  I hope you will take some time and play along with this weeks PCC Challenge.


Card Recipe

Stamps:  the Greeting Farm- Bubbles Anya, Sweet n Sassy Stamps– Lots-a-Spots

Paper: Neenah White 110, Solar White 80,  Stampin’ Up!– Highland Heather

Inks:  MFT– Extreme Black Ink,  Distress Ink- Shaded Lilac, Copics

Embellishments:  Stampin’ Up!  sequins

Tools:  sponge, 1 1/4 circle punch, Lawn Fawn– Reverse Stitched Scalloped Circle Die

Techniques: Spongeing 

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New member of Paper Craft Crew Challenge Design Team

I have joined Paper Craft Crew Challenge Design Team.  I love the challenges they put out and so excited to be apart of the team. 

I will be bringing you a new card challenge every Wednesday.  I hope you will join us in the fun.

Here is this week’s card sketch:

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I choose to do a Valentine theme card, as I am making valentines for my grandkids and will be using this one to give to them. 

I am using the Gnomies stamp set from Paper Rose.  I colored the gnome with copic markers. 

I used Stickles for a little sparkle on the hearts.  The paper I used was Be My Valentine from Echo Park Paper co.

Love Gnome 1


Love Gnome 2


I hope my card will inspire you to join the PCC Challenge

Click here to see what the rest of the Design Team has created and to join in on the challenge.


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