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Welcome to JUSTWORDZ Blog Hop

I am not apart of the JUSTWORDZ DT however I was asked to join the farewell hop.  You should be arriving from Heather's blog. 

Truth be told I won an image back in December.  With the holidays in full swing and doing all my Tim Tags (12 Tags of Christmas) I totally forgot.  Kim reminded me a couple of weeks ago and I had her pick me an image.  How cute is this REDONKULOUS Goth Birthday Digi!  I just love her.


It's been awhile since I've coloured so it was a little stressful.  I coloured in greens, gold and black going for a St. Patty's Day feel.  Lucky for me it was my friends birthday the day I got her so I made the Easel card right away!  I used gold glitter glue on her eyes and variuos accented areas.

I went with Graphicat Designs February Sketch.

I stamped Scrappy Moms Stamps, Hooray for Birthdays sentiment then puched it out.  And yes, this set dows come with these fabulous numbers!  I popped the 49 up and coated in diamond glaze.

On the inside I stamped again from the same set, "Who's Counting" and Happy Birthday to you".  But without thinking I wrote in the car.  so I have blurred out my well wishes and given you a peek at the inside.  Oops...

I love Easel cards and how they disply. 

  Make sure you left a comment on all the blogs.  Now head back to Kimberly's Blog to let her know you did.  Thanks for Hoppin!
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  1. Nicole, LOVE your card. You haven't lost it with your colouring. It is amazing and was one of the first who inspired me to get into colouring. Thanks for being our guest designer for our hop. Hugs!

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  2. Totally love it Nicole, it is awesome. She is just so cute. You make me want to be as good as you in your technique.

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  3. Wow! You Rock girl! I love that you not only colored your goth girl but you added bling and makeup to her. I adore this card! TFS. Hugs, Tami

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  4. So stinkin' cute sweetie....hugs x

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  5. Nicole you ROCKED this!! Your friend is very lucky to receive this. I wish you taught classes on your coloring....you so inspire me! Keep up the great work.
    Hugs,jen

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  6. Amazing, Amazing, Amazing, it's like you never had a break in your colouring...many thanks for joining us on our little blog hop. All your projects are fantastic and i enjoy visiting your blog...A special thanks for all you do in helping me spread the word of my stamps...every little bit helps and you did more than a little...thank you from the bottom of my heart...kim

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  7. Love the fact that you even gave her eyeshadow! What a fantasic card! Your friend is sure to love it!
    Tara

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  8. Amazing card! Would love to see more!!

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  9. This is gorgeous!!!! everything about it is amazing!
    tfs new follower!!!! that's my next thing to do is this coloring thing!!


    gloria
    www.craftnthings.blogspot.com

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  10. You did an AWESOME JOB! LOVE IT! She is ADORABLE! TFS! I am a follower and would be honored if you would check out my blog and do the same if you aren't already at www.ACreativeJourneywithMelissa.blogspot dot com. Have a great weekend!

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  11. This card is too cute, You did a amazing job on this card... n ice work!!
    Alice B.

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  12. Gorgeous card, love your coloring..beautiful! Hugs! Leah Ann

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  13. WOW! This is stunning! The colouring is perfection - Seriously...you haven't coloured in a while??? You haven't missed a beat on this one! I love the St. Patrick's theme twist you gave her - what a creative idea! I am honoured that you coloured my digi and posted her on your blog. You just made a fellow Canadian smile! Thank you! :)

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  14. Awesome card Nicole.
    So this is what all the secrecy was about, teehee.
    Great job, so nice to see you back at colouring, you are the best :)

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  15. the card is so you.Great job as usual.

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  16. she is stunning, I love the colours you have used.

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  17. ohhh my word this is amazing i love the green hair its fab and i love the LO u have used and easel cards are fab i love them thanks for the fab idea's xxx

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  18. WOW!!!! amazing


    rosiemini@gmail.com
    www.scraplovingminis.blogspot.com

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  19. This card is AMAZING!!! Your projects are really incredible!! I wanted to let you know that we are featuring it at Fantabulous Cricut on our Scrappin' Saturday post this Saturday. Come over and take a look!
    Melissa

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  20. WOW, WOW, WOW!! this card totakky rocks!! I LOVE this adorable image and your coloring is just fabulous!! The design is gorgeous!! I just came over from FCCB where it is featutred on the Scrappin' Saturday post:)
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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