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A Mermaid


Isn't this new Beautiful Mermaid image by Fawn Palmer pretty? I did the Featured Stamper challenge at Splitcoast Stampers this morning where danni5199 is the Featured Stamper. I purposely selected a card with some serious hair - THIS is the one I selected. What image can have more hair than Rapunzel? When I got this new Squigglefly image, I printed it out and then wondered how I was going to color that hair. So today I tackled it and while I can see 20 things I can do better next time, I really like how my card came out (especially the flower arrangement which was actually inspired by THIS card done by my sweet friend Carol whose blog is called Chocolate Crafts and Bears, Oh My).

Inside my card says: You are my Nemo - it is one of the sentiments that come with the image.

Hoping you are tackling something you are afraid of today - either with inspiration from another or inspiration from God (the best inspirer of all). Hugz!

Comments

  1. so stunning nancy.beautiful mermaid and I love your colouring and fabulous floral details :D

    xx coops xx

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  2. Great flower cluster and love the peacock feather you added! I'm going to be singing "udar da sea" from Little Mermaid all day now LOL! Lovely card and love the sentiment.

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  3. Oh Nancy this is gorgeous! Yes she is very pretty. I don't know about 20 things you can do better with her hair, I think its perfect! The flower arrangement is awesome, wish I could do something like that! Michelle x

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  4. Beautiful Nancy, fab colouring of the mermaid, I like the flowers with the peacock feather and the sentiment.
    Kevin xx

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  5. Fantastic, love, love the image and her hair is fabulous! Great card!

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  6. wow Nancy, you coloring is awesome! I played in the featured stamper challenge too - she has some serious coloring skills and you have measured up!

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  7. Nancy, she is so pretty and colored beautifully. I love the background and all your details too. There is just something about a mermaid, right?

    Hugs
    Sue

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  8. Wonderful card and her hair looks great. Love the shimmery tail too as well as the flower arrangement.

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  9. Wow! Great flower arrangement and an awesome card. The image is a delight and the paper is super...looks like waves of water. Have a fab day, my friend.

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  10. Wow, another fabulous card, I love the flower arrangement, too. Lots of great details.

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  11. This is AWESOME Nancy! Gosh I haven't done the featured stamper over on SCS for a couple of years now ... time sure has a way of slipping by! LOVE the floral/feather cluster in the corner ... awesome with this perfectly colored image & design! You go girl!!

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  12. So pretty - just love the colours used here, really gives it a fantasy underwater feel, gorgeous! The sentiment is perfect too :)

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  13. I love how sassy gorgeous this card is, Nancy! All of your elements are wonderful too! Cute mermaid and great sentiment.

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