Friday, November 18, 2011

Oops What a Week


Okay, apologies all around. This post is uber late. Ever have one of those week? Me too.

PLEASE head over to the Little Miss Muffet Challenge blog, Barbara and the crew have samples of 4 new releases. Stunning as always.

Here is my take on Audrey, whom I paper pieced both the pants and shirt with Echo Park - Splash DP and added W3 for shading. I followed the Deconstructing Sketch No. 28.


This card is submitted for the following challenges:
Deconstructing Jen - Deconstructed Sketch No. 28
DYSU Challenge - #46 Splash of Blue
Paper Sundaes - #96 Use a Digi

10 comments:

Cleota said...

Very cute! Love the paper piecing. Are the jeans paper pieced too?

Trina said...

Your papers are great, and her paper pieced outfit is wonderful! I'm having one of those weeks, too...

Jennifer Shults said...

Ever had one of THOSE weeks, lol? I feel like my life is made of them lately. Better late than never I always say! I love this image and the papers you used. That girl is too sweet. And I really like the little charm you added... just fantastic! Thanks so much for joining us for this week's Deconstructed Sketch! Hugs!!

...just Barbara said...

Such fun paper piecing - I love it! The colors are gorgeous! I hardly use peach but I think I need to use it more after seeing this. ;D Love the way you shaded her face too! *Hugs

THE HOOSIER STAMPER said...

Love this card. Love the cute little charm you added, cute! Hugs! Leah Ann

Arabella said...

Lovely card Stephanie! I love the paper piecing and the charm! I hope next week is a better one for you!

Arabella

Amanda R said...

Well worth the wait and hope next week is better!

sara said...

great card love the paper piecing thanks so much for joining us at paper sundaes this week
hugs sara x

Denise and Louise said...

Such a pretty card - love the paper piecing and the charm.
Thanks for joining us at DYSU this week xx

JOAN said...

Wonderful card! Love how you colored the hair and all the paper piecing. Thanks for joining us at DYSU this week, Joan