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I had a request from my mother to make a birthday card for a young lady who will be receiving a "vintage" dolly for her birthday this coming weekend. So, I decided to use a combination of the two sketches offered for my card. The image I chose to use if from Art Creation Friday (you can find the link on my Vintage Creations & Links page) and I thought it was perfect for the occasion.
My mother also requested the sentiment "A Sweet Doll for a Sweet Doll" so I broke it up and put half on the front and the other half on the inside.
Here is a close up of this adorable little girl image. Isn't she the sweetest little thing!!
Here is the recipe for this creation:
Papers: K&Co. Ancestry dp, Mulberry cs & vellum, Mint cs, Whisper White cs
Inks: Versafine Black, Ranger Vintage Photo
Accessories: Image from Art Creations Friday, Computer generated sentiment, Nestabilities, Kaiser half pearls, Martha Stewart floral & leaf punches (to create flowers ... see tutorial by Selma Stevenson HERE
I also thought you might like to see the inside of the card. I simply mimicked the front using scraps of the same K&Co. designer paper then added my computer generated sentiment.
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you've enjoyed my creation. Please pop back later when I will have my Crafty Secrets Challenge creation to share with you! Have a wonderful day!!