Monday, July 13, 2009

Anya Goes Native!

Happy Monday everyone!!!!

Hope your weekend went well! Ours did! Heather and I went shopping yesterday and got a ton of clothes for our girls! There was a lot of laughing and reminiscing going on and of course a lot of bargain hunting! It was so, so much fun!!!! I do have to say, I missed having Izzy along with me (she was home with Daddy) but sometimes it is nice to have a little adult time!

Well, today is day two of the Club Anya sneak peeks and we have a very native Anya to share with you! Native American that is!!! That's right, It is my pleasure to introduce you to Navajo Anya!!!!


I am in love with her serene expression and those amazing braids!!! So, so pretty and I can hardly wait to use her during the fall and for Thanksgiving! She is going to be perfect!!! Anywhoo, I started this card by first stamping Navajo Anya (AVAILABLE WEDNESDAY!!!!) by The Greeting Farm on white card stock and colored her in using my copics. I am still experimenting with darker colored skin and actually had a lovely discussion with a student on Saturday about possible color combos! I digress, then following this week's sketch over at The Sugar Bowl, I added green and orange card stock along with DP by Scenic Route. To complete the look, I added the sentiment from Cup of Stuff, popped off a flower and finished up with some brads in the corner. I haven't decided who I want to give this one to yet, I just might have to keep it!!!!

Now it is time to go check out the rest of the DT's awesome creations!!! I am so, so excited, they are truly amazing!!!!
Thanks everyone for stopping by and don't forget our VSN party tomorrow night! Lots of fun and prizes to be had! Smiles!

4 comments:

Tenia Nelson said...

Love this card!!!!!!

Cathy said...

This is adorable!! I love it. Very cute!! A must have!! Hugs, Cathy

Mary(OhioMary) said...

How cute! I love the colors you used and fabulous coloring.

Michelle said...

I enjoy seeing what you create with the Anya's...you coloring is fantastic and I love to refer to them when I'm trying to color.