Friday, April 25, 2014

Abigail the artist


     My mojo seems to come and go at will these days and I think it was gone when I made this card.  I'm not really a bright colors kind of girl but I went that way to keep in the artistic theme with Stamping Bella's Uptown Girl Abigail the Artist.  This is my card for Bellarific Friday.  I did lots of layering on this card and popped Abigail up on foam on the center panel.
     I finished the inside of the card with a little DP and the matching sentiment.


     Pop over to Blogabella to see all the great projects from my teammates and check out the deets on the next challenge.  Emily would love to have you share your SB creations with us.  There's a gift voucher up for grabs each week.  Here's the inspiration photo for the new challenge.

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     Happy weekend!

Supplies:
Paper--Studio Calico "Snippets, Bazzill, Recollections, Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamp--Stamping Bella "Abigail the artist"
Ink--Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics, Faber Castell Pitt pen
Tools--Nestabilites Lacey Circles, MFT Die-namics Simply Scallops
Miscellaneous--Michaels flower, Glossy Accents

21 comments:

  1. Well, I think your card is absolutely amazing, my friend! I love the mix of papers and the pretty corrugated panel up top. And I LOVE it when you fussy cut your images! Wow, she is fabulous!!

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  2. No way you have lost your mojo ... This is amazing!! I wish I could just fussy cut as well as you - never mind colour!

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  3. Honey, I think your muse wasn't absent at all, this is a gorgeous card. Maybe you should let her (your muse) out in the colour world a bit more often. Simply STUNNING
    Gentle hugs, Stacey

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  4. Tracy, your card is just awesome. I can not believe you fancy cut this image, awesome job.

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  5. This card is fab! Love her and what you've created.

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  6. Well, I think you do bright colours very well and this card proves it! I love the image, wonderful colouring and cutting out and another fabulous layout too.
    hugs Sue xx

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  7. Stunning, I love the bright colours.
    Lorraine

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  8. Your mojo hasn't gone anywhere! This is fantastic - love the bright colors and the whole layout how you did it with the popped up words! And that fussy cutting? Sheesh :)

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  9. Lovely card this is - stamp is great and love the paper colors used here. Really great card!
    Have an awesome day, Tracy... :)

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  10. Even projects you do on your "no mojo" days are fabulous! This card is just gorgeous!

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  11. This is beautiful Tracy. I love the inside and all the papers you used.

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  12. I could never have thought your mojo wouldn't be on full power -this card is great! I love the colorful look and it goes so well with the theme. xx

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  13. Oh, my, she must've taken you FOREVER to cut out! Super cute, girl! Totally loving this one. Keep pushing through!

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  14. This is just so wonderfully cheerful! Love the vibrancy it has! Looks like your day was painted full of colour!

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  15. Can we agree to disagree here Tracy? For I truly think it should be Tracy the artist instead of Abigail, lol! You have created yet another beautiful card, so pretty! Hugs, Ira
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  16. Tracy, I will take any "no mojo" day everyday of my life if I could. Girl, this is absolutely awesome!!! I don't know how do you do it, but you create the most amazing design in cards and wonderfully colored images.

    Hugs,
    Kathya

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  17. Well I think your MOJO is right on with this one.. An amazing card my friend.

    Hugs~

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  18. Oh your card is gorgeous, love the uptown girl and all the details.
    luv
    Debby

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  19. Oh you always use the prettiest designer papers. I love this and the inside is awesome as well. Hugs, joann

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  20. Mojo or no, I think the card is great!! I can't believe you fussy cut that so brilliantly - good job :)

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  21. Hi, Sweetie! I think your card is absolutely fantastic! I actually love everything about it!
    Sorry I've been so absent lately. I'm hoping that I'm back now! :o)

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