Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Meet...Annie!


My super sweet friend Alice shared a box full of stamped images with me and I found several of these Sugar Nellie Annies inside. I decided to make a cheery Goth card since I started coloring her hair black.

These Annie stamps are by Leanne Ellis and is it just a coincidence that Pure Innocence artist Heather Ellis shares the same last name? I wonder if they're related? Does anyone know?

I love Annie and I'll be making a visit to Funky Kits to get more stamps of my own. Thanks, Alice, for introducing me to Annie!

Stamps: Sugar Nellie, Hero Arts sentiment
Cardstock: Stampin Up, Neenah
Ink: Memento, Versafine
Other: Copic markers, Nestabilities dies, pearls,
sheer dot ribbon, pop dots

21 comments:

  1. Another beautiful card, Donna. Your work is excellent, especially the coloring of the hair! Do you give classes on copics?

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  2. Oh that Alice... she gifted me with some of these cutie images too and I swear she's just as bad a stamp enabler as you! LOL
    I love, love, love the pretty/gothie look you did! The colors and design make me think of ladybugs and ladybugs make me happy! :)

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  3. hee! this makes me smile big Donna!! =) Your Annie is soooo cute! i adore how you colored her hair! I'll have to practice more on coloring black hair... LOOOOVE this!!

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  4. Just the cutest Deborah. Love the way you have put it all together.

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  5. Great coloring! Black hair is kind of hard to do (at least for me it is). I like the shape of your card! Cute!

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  6. Amazing! Love that black, white and red color scheme...I didn't immediately think Goth when I saw it, but once you mentioned it I did get a cheerful Goth vibe, maybe you will start a new Goth-light trend!
    Happy New Year wishes to you!

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  7. This is amazing, Donna!! I love everything about it! Alice is such a sweetie!

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  8. Oh my gosh, will you look at this!! The most perfect little Valentine's card, I love this so much Donna, beautiful and striking colors, I don't work too much with red, black, and white, but now you have given me inspiration!

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  9. Cheery goth! What a great style! Alice is a sweetie and you used this image so well! Love your fabulous coloring - always! All the best to you for the New Year!

    Hugs,
    Vanessa

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  10. Gorgeous card Donna, I am a huge fan of these images too! Love the Goth look! BTW, how do you make your shaped cards from your Nesties???? I would welcome a few hints! Hugs, Jo x

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  11. How kind of Alice to send you all these lovely images - you did so well coloring this one Donna! Cute design:0)

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  12. too darn CUTE! love your colouring! Alice is a SWEETIE!! love her!

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  13. This is simply stunning! Cute and gorgeous all at once! I love the raven black hair and bold colors you chose. It just grabbed me when I saw it! TFS!

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  14. She is so cute! Your coloring is brilliant- love her dark black hair!

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  15. such a cute card! I love it when you ladies make them round...I should give it a try! love your coloring, it's so pretty! love the cute image too...now I gotta go check out those sugar nellies @ funky kits! lol! hope you have a wonderful and blessed year in 2010! hugs~joy

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  16. Cute as a button! Cheery goth... I agree. :)

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  17. so nice of alice to send you some of these cute images! she knew that you'd be able to do something spectacular with them!

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  18. Cheery Goth is beautiful! My daughters friend would love this as she dresses quite goth but her personality is so cheery!Your colouring is so beautiful as always! I just love looking at your cards Donna!
    :-)

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  19. Love the Annies and Pure Innocence too! Hmmm, do I have to go to Funky Kits too?? Gotta go look for my Valentine things too!!

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