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Betty Edwards

Well, Betty Edwards is not really on my Kitchen Counter (wouldn't that be fun though?), but one of her new images for Can You Digi It? is in the place of honor because today is the day Betty becomes the newest Can You Digi It? artist.


Isn't Rudolph sooo cute? Betty's other images are wonderful too. All the ones I have seen have this fun retro feel to them and look like they would be work well colored or not due to her cool shading.

Check out the official Betty Edwards annoucement on the Can You Digi It? blog and see her newest images in the CYDI? store.

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  1. No zombie here..just a fun reindeer. Love that dp..really caught my eye. Pretty ribbon, too. Looks as if you are getting the Christmas cards worked on..it'll be here before we know it.

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  2. Too fun! Love his little red nose and that wreath on the side is so very pretty. (I can image that on a front door stamp too ;-) )

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  3. Awww that reindeer is so cute!! I love the greenery & ribbon combo...fabulous! Thanks so much for stopping by with your sweet comment and following! :)
    Hugs, Tammy

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  4. Way to get a jump on the Christmas cards. Love the paper and the greenery you added.

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  5. Fab card!! Love that little guy and I do so love the greenery with that gorgeous red ribbon - such a great combination :)

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  6. I just love that retired dsp you chose, and the bouquet of greens is tied up beautifully with that bow! Great card, cute image!

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  7. This card is fantastic! I LOVE all that greenery tied up with a red bow!!!

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  8. This is such an adorable image...very nicely done, and thank you for the nice comments on my blog...Blessings, Jill

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  9. I love that cute image, honey! The peek of doily is a fab idea!

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  10. Oh, this is TOTALLY cute, Nancy!! I love your pine sprigs--what a festive touch!! Sorry I haven't been by lately--we were away for so long on vacation and getting back in the groove once we returned has been hard to manage. The kids are back in school now, though, so some normality has returned to my life!

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