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Monday, August 3, 2009

Sunshine Releases... CHRISSY!!

I'm glad Sunshine released her too. How's she supposed to help people if she's stuck at Sunshine's??

Sorry for the snarky humor - it's late! Or very early depending which half of the glass you prefer. Isn't she a cutie tho?? Who wouldn't want to be helped by this lovely lass? I used the current Limelight sketch for the layout. Chrissy is so much fun to color. You get to make so many decisions about what she'll pull out of her scrubs closet today!

I colored Chrissy up with prismacolor pencils using the Gamsol method, added a lot of sparkle with smooch and stickles, then trimed her out. She's hanging out on SU! cardstock and patterned paper. I used two different border punches, some Robin's Nest dew drops and a sentiment from Gina K Design's Arranged with Love set created by Melanie Muenchinger.

Hope you love Chrissy - I do. By the way, Sunshine released 3 images this weekend. THREE. Click on her banner on my right border and see them all.

Alrighty then! I'm off for a couple hours, but when I get back, I'll have another post for you. By the way - feel free to scroll down to see what else I've been up to!

Ta for now, ~ky

8 comments:

  1. Ohhhh how sweet!!! Nurse Chrissy in green and pink! LOL And on wheels!!!

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  2. This is so cool. I would have never thought of these colours and look how great it turned out! Way to go Ky! :)

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  3. I love the border along each edge, looks so pretty!

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  4. Oh your card turned out great. I like your colors too.

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  5. Hey honey! Hop on over to my blog to see what is there for you! Hugz, Sunshine:)

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  6. Ky this is sooooo cute hun! :) I love the punched edge and everything on it! Awesome job!

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