An Anya Playdate

Hi everyone!  I took a moment the other day to play with some new (to me) images from The Greeting Farm.  They’re so sweet.

Missing You

   GFMYA

This is one of the “dressy” Miss Anyas.  (I keep wanting to call her “fancy” instead of “dressy.”) 

I colored my Anya with Copics and used Prismacolor pencils for the ground.   I layered the flower trim over my favorite crocheted chocolate trim. (LOVE it!  You can find it here.)  I hung the sentiment from a safety pin clipped to the trims and then tied a bit of organdy through the pin. 

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a great day!

Stamps:  The Greeting Farm “Dressy Miss Anyas,”  sentiment from Cornish Heritage Farms “Nature Silhouettes” (Kim Hughes Collection)   Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black   Cardstock:  Prism Vibrant Teal, Papertrey Ink white   Patterned Paper:  Basic Grey Urban Prairie 6×6 paper pad   Accessories:  Copic markers (E000, E00, E31, E33, E35, E57, BG23, BG34, BG0000, Y0000), May Arts crocheted lace, Making Memories flower trim, 1 ¼” and 1 3/8” circle punches, eyelet, organdy, safety pin, Mens Dew Drops, dimensional boosters.  Finished size 5 ¼” x 5 ¼”.

12 Responses to An Anya Playdate

  1. So sweet….love that paper. So happy to see you use it. :)

  2. Holy heck this is AMAZING coloring! And I LOVE that Urban Prairie! GORGEOUS, Michelle!

  3. Ohhh what afabulous card. The colours are lovely. Gr Marja

  4. Fabulous! :) I love all the little details!

  5. Oh my – is THIS EVER CUTE!!! Makes me smile!

  6. Awwww this is so cute Michele, love the colors, lace and flowers!!

  7. Dressy or Fancy your Anya card is just wonderful!

  8. Good grief, this is gorgeous!! Love the turquoise and brown and the lacy trims! Fabulous!! (I got the package yesterday, too – thanks again!!)

  9. awesomely beautiful!!

  10. You are amazing at coloring these M! Gorgeous!

  11. She is just as sweet as can be, and your coloring is beautiful!! I’m loving those papers too!!

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