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This was one of the enjoyable things I have made in a while. This journal page was created by using watercolor paints, colored pencils, and my new stamps and die cut and design from stamplistics. Enjoy and thanks for looking.
Donna H.


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Posts: 2746 | Registered: Mar 04, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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What a pretty face she has. I can see why you enjoyed doing it - it is lovely.

Ginny
 
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That's wildly beautifully... Love The vividness in the colors... Great creations. All freehand?
When I do a face it sometimes gets distorted due to nose, eye placement!
Melinda
 
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Beautiful journal.
 
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She's beautiful! You did a wonderful job on her!
 
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beautiful work and I would love to see your entire journal. It must be wonderful. TFS
 
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The face is all freehand, however the flowers I stamped on watercolor paper and painted with watercolors, then die cut them out and then stacked them on her head. thanks everyone.
Donna H.


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