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A PInk Dress

I haven't bought an image in a very long time, but I saw THIS great image colored up by Nic at Coops Cluttered Corner and had to purchase it.  She is an All Dressed Up image.  I can see her work for all kinds of cards. 


I entered her in the Splitcoast Stampers FS and IC challenges, and I am entering her in the All Dressed Up ATG challenge too.  Hope you are all having an awesome weekend!

Hugz!!

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  1. Fabulous card and amazing coloring of the image and background. Love everything about it.

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  2. This is beautiful Nancy, such a gorgeous image and your colours and design are fabulous - such a lovely card,
    Pauline
    x

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  3. This is so fabulous, Nancy! I love that impressionistic tree behind the pretty lady.

    HOpe all is well in your little corner of the world, my friend! xoxoxo

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  4. I love the All Dressed Up images so much and this one is beautiful! Love the frame you made for her and the tiny flowers.
    Lynn

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  5. She really is cute and I just love her dress! Those little rosebuds really finished this card off beautifully!

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  6. Good decision to purchase the image, gorgeous results! You should treat yourself more often!

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  7. Gorgeous card Nancy, wow love your beautiful background you created behind the image. Thank you for playing along with our Challenge at All Dressed Up. We would love to see you again ... Anet DTx

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  8. Fantastic card!
    Love the background.
    Thanks so much for joining us atAll Dressed Up!

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  9. Wow I'm loving this!! So gorgeous I love how you've added leaves and a gorgeous frame around her! I have this one too it's a real stunner isn't it and so versatile like you said!
    Thanks so much for sharing at All Dressed Up! Really hope to see more gorgeous work from you! Good luck :-)
    Lucy x

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  10. Straight from the streets of Paris she is French accent and all LOL! LOVE the pointalism background and gorgeous frame.

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  11. Oh my she's so stunning Nancy!! Love your amazing colored background with her! Just darling!! :)

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  12. I can see why you had to have this one! It's absolutely adorable! You did a really nice job using this image!

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  13. Wow this is stunning, looks like she's standing in front of a tree. she's framed beautifully and love the background
    Andrea x
    All Dressed Up DT

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  14. Hi,

    What a romantic card. Love it. thanks for joining us at All Dressed Up and good luck.

    Hugs
    Claudia
    DT All Dressed Up

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  15. This looks STUNNING! beautiful work!
    ~Erum
    All Dressed Up DT

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  16. This is one of my favorites that you've ever made!

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