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Asian Doll (Item Id#1124)

Back again with another card :) Weekends are the days when I actually satisfy my crafting desires :))
The cute asian tilly is a freebie from Digital Doodling. .....aaahhh finally I can tell you atleast one freebie site :)) . Go and check out, they have some amazingly cute digi stamps to offer. 



I love the color combo. Its so bright and chirpy. The picture isnt too good I guess because I have the feeling that it looks prettier in real :).
The background strips are hand painted and the satin flower is handmade.
I have tried to combine a few challenges with this card.

Corrosive Challenges (Asian themed)
Crafts 4 Eternity (Sketch, ink, fabric)
Order of the Opus Gluei #44 (Inspired by a different culture)
Crazy 4 Challenges C4C27 (Pricking).
Lia Stampz Digi Challenge (Digi, handcolored)
Hope you like it !! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. nice brigth colours,.n she is beautifull.

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  2. Gorgeous colour combination, so warm and the image is just so nice. Thanks for playing along at C4E this week. Hugs
    Pinky

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  3. brighly amazing!!.. the stamp is soo cute.. and the color combo is totally awesome.. the embellishment is too gud!

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  4. Love this card! Your background paper matches her perfectly!

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  5. love the background... the card luks awesum... very cheerful and asian!!!

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  6. Really beautiful design... the colours really suit this little digi... I am so glad you shared and will add your card to the Digital Doodling Visitors' Gallery xx

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  7. Beautiful card, it's a nice take on our recipe.
    Thanks for joining C4E this week!!
    Adrina XX

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  8. gorgeous card thanks for joining us at c4e this week hugs xx

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  9. Just love it! Fab colours and great use of the sketch. Thank you for joining us at c4e this week and I hope to see you again on the next one. keeleyxx

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  10. Your card is beautiful and exotic. She is a darling. Thank you for playing with us at Opus Gluei.

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  11. What a lovely bright card, thanks for playing at C4E. xxx

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  12. I'm so glad you came over and played with us at Opus Gluei, this is a fantastic card. I love the image but it's the elements of the colors and embellishment that makes it just pop! So beautiful.

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  13. have been following your blog for sometime now madam...more so because i share your this particular interest of card making :) growing better by the day Ujj...be merry and grow more creative!! luv...Deep..

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  14. Amazingly beautiful...the color combo of the whole card is beautiful and I just fell in love with the colors you chose for cutie's outfit.

    Keep it up !!!

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  15. Wow, gorgeous color combo, u have done a great job with the digi stamp, and the background is pretty too

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  16. gr8 card dear. very lively and cheerful!! know wht, now i know the place to visit wenever i want to gift my husband a card ... :)

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  17. thats beautiful colour scheme

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