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Ellephantastic September challenge {Here come the girl's}



Hello! This month over at Ellephantastic Challenges Nikki is hosting & has chosen {Here come the Girls} as her theme.
I have used one of my new images Belle.
I printed her out with light lines to try the new craze in the craft world 'no lines'
I have coloured her with promarkers & then done some extra shading with pencils too.
One of my DT girls Jill had already made a door hanger as her DT project which inspired me to make this one. I have even made it for myself...shock horror (I never make things for myself!)

Nip over to Ellephantastic Challenges for more inspiration using Belle from my totally fabulous design team.

Be sure to also check out all my new images, special offers & freebies in store now!!

Happy Crafting!!

Comments

Happy Birthday, Helen.
Kirei na Kami said…
What a fun and cheerful door hanger!! I love green and yellow together...it reminds me of nature and all the beauty found there:)

Hugs,
Carolyn

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