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help me welcome my new CT Cutiepie..


The time has some for me to announce my
third CT CutiePie. Her name is Monica and she
does the most amazing vintage style creations.
She is a true artist when it comes to using flowers
and making vintage cards and adorable purses.
be sure to check out her BLOG to see more of
her beautiful projects ♥

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First I want to share this adorable and so totally out
of the box project she made. It's a beautiful vintage
style paper purse. She printed the brown distressed paper
from the Harajuku kit to create the purse.

She then desaturated the Harajuku doll and printed her
as well. This give her a really vintage look.
Monica then embossed both the hair and the dress
and used some Distress Ink - Walnut Stain.

The result - This gorgeous paper purse that would
be perfect to stuff with some goodies, such as candy,
homemade cookies or why not some scrapping
supplies for someone who loves scrapbooking?
It would make for a perfect gift or Christmas gift,
only a few months to go girls, better start those
Christmas projects now! :)

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Also I want to share this LOVELY digital layout
she made, also using the Harajuku kit. Can you believe
this is her FIRST digital layout? I know, neither could I,
can't wait to see what she'll come up with next!

Please help me give a warm welcome to Monica!

Also I want to remind you of this fun challenge that's
still going on, only 17 followers to go! We can do it :)
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♥XoXo♥


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  1. Välkommen Monika! Underbar väska du skapat! /Petra

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  2. Tack så mycket för denna otroligt gulliga och snälla presentationen :-) Det ska bli så roligt att göra mer saker och inspireras av alla andra :-) Kram kram!

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