Wednesday, March 5, 2014

hey freida.





Arty Freida.

Distress Markers: spun sugar.peeled paint.vintage photo.broken china.wild honey

I've been been wanting to ink up Reverse Confetti's Freida Fox and decided to break out my Distress Markers!

I like how the end result is slightly whimsical and free form looking.

I die cut a circle of watercolor paper {love working with that stuff!} and then stamped Freida.  I'm constantly inspired by the Reverse Confetti Design Team and was trying to bring out my inner Heather...see THIS PIN.

All the paper is MME Lost & Found 3.  Love the colors in that collection.  The yarn is from Meredith's Etsy shop.

Linking up to Reverse Confetti's SFYTT:


My colors were inspired by



Thanks so much for stoppin' by!

32 comments:

  1. darling. you foxy colors really coordinate beautifully with the papers.

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  2. Ohhhhhhhhhh I love love love this!!! LOVING that colors and that FOX is ADORABLE!!!!!!!!

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  3. Love the coloring and that big chunky yarn is fantastic!

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  4. I love Freida! If you ever get rid of her I am at the top of that list.

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  5. Great coloring on Freida! And I love your use of PP, as always.

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  6. LOVE LOVE! I love how she's colored and the colors of the card AWESOME!!!

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  7. Amy this is so sweet and your coloring is AMAZING! WOW!!!!!!!!! What a great job you've done here!!!!!!!!!

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  8. totally gorgeous.. love how you colored her.. very creative and super cute..

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  9. Whoa, your colouring is amazing!! Just love how sweet Frieda turned out, and I am loving that yarn too!

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  10. Wow - love all the patterns you have on this!

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  11. ohhhh love your fox here!! My lil one saw it and said "fox ding ding ding ding ding"...LOL

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  12. So cute!
    I love those patterned papers with her. Great combination.

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  13. Amy love this design, what a fantastic card for the sketch and for Fusion!

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  14. I find I like this card rather a lot! Great watercoloring and fuzzy texture!

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  15. I'm in love with Freida and yours is especially "foxy"! The papers and your inks are beautifully matched - what a delightful card!

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  16. Super gorgeous card Amy - love the layers & patterned papers :) So glad you joined in the fun @ FUSION!

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  17. Oooh...so cute! Love the fox and your fun colouring!

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  18. This is so lovely, your coloring is beautiful, Amy. Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving some love.. :)

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  19. Totes Adorbs! Love the distress marker look! ......I may need some of those..... Thanks for joining FUSION with this rockin' Freida card!!!

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  20. Love this!! That fox is so adorable!!
    Love those papers too (recently used them too) :)

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  21. What a SUPER CUTE card :) Love this!!!

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  22. What a fox! Cute. Cute. Cute! I love the coloring and the combination of so many good patterned papers...the fluffy bow looks so soft and pretty. Great job with this week's challenge.

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  23. SO adorable! Love the coloring and all those fab layers of pattern paper.

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  24. OMGosh, I am smitten with this card! First of all, I LOVE those papers and love all the layers...and holy cow, that little fox is uh-dorable! Love, love your watercolor look. The yarn is really fun, too!

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  25. So cutesy poo, i love the DP's you chose! So glad you played with us at FUSION!

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  26. OMG! This is too cute!
    Love the coloring!

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  27. I've fallen behind in commenting...gahhh! Your Frieda is fabulous! One stylishly fancy fox! Amazing colouring!
    c

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  28. I love the warm colors and patterns you've surrounded little Frieda with, Amy…it's all awfully sweet! Love the look of the markers, too! I finally got myself some…I need to get those puppies out and play! Sweet, sweet card!!!

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Cheers,
~amy~