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I love living just blocks from the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan, in WI. I am a wife to Greg(for 40 yrs in 2012), mother to Heather and Amber (love my girls), daughter to Marion (deceased in 2012 at 88 y/o, lived a life glorifying the Lord), sister to Paul and Samantha, aunt to Paula, Shelley (and fam) and Jeremy (and fam), owner of Whisper (the cat) and most of all...a child of God, saved by grace through Christ Jesus. Life is a gift! Eternal life, a BLESSING!!!

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Monday, May 15, 2017

PIP Challenge 1720

Pammie's Inky Pinkies
Challenge 1720
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Here's my card for the challenge!
Our sponsor, Bugaboo Stamps, has some awesome digis
and I can never decide which one to use because they are all
adorable!! Since I am missing my Florida beach I felt I needed
to use this cutie! To begin, I took a piece of white cardstock
and masked an oval. I sponged on some yellow and blue 
to create my ocean horizon. I used a Sweet n Sassy palm 
island stamp, inked in black, and added a couple of hand
drawn birds...yes, I am highly gifted. HAHA! I colored my 
beach babe using Copic markers and cut her out. I attached
her using mounting tape. Naturally, I needed to use my clear
glaze on her glasses for the lens shine. 
I added a sentiment that seemed perfect with my bathing
beauty. Not sure whose sentiment though. 

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3 comments:

  1. Cute Pam! I imagine if she was blonde it would be you in Florida!! Love your coloring :)

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  2. Very cute card and image - great coloring as always!!!

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  3. Wow, you are talented! That's why I learn from you. I must say there is nothing, absolutely nothing that I do not love on this card! Makes me want to go see the ocean.

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