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Phyllis Love

Welcome, one and all!
I'm really excited about this week's 
because we get to share brand spankin' new
designs from the very talented, Phyllis Harris...whoot!
Okay, first things first:  you should be arriving here
from the wonderful blog of Robyn Weatherspoon.
If you missed the blog line up, just hop on over to the 
to get started in the right direction :)

Not only brand new kits, but a wonderful mark-down as well.

I had a blast crafting these two cards...
the hand-drawn faces say it all!

I wasn't too crazy about the shading that I did on the 
dress, so I figured 'why not add glitter?'
My motto is: a multitude of sins can be hidden with glitter LOL
Patterned papers by Imaginisce

With the tutu, I knew I'd have to add a bit of tulle somewhere so I
tied a small bit into a bow and attached to the front. 
Patterned papers by Simple Stories

And as if the deals just couldn't get any better....
Unity definitely knows how to have a good sale!

That's all from me off to see what beautiful creations
Shemaine Smith has whipped up for us.
Y'all have fun!


  1. love love love them! but the tutu sends my heart over the edge <3 xoxo

  2. Wow, you have to just love PH images. Not sure how, or if, one can look without smiling. Fabby glitter "cover-up" and adore the tulle tutu on the little cutie pie.

  3. ack! these are adorable. LOVE the sparkle on the first AND the tuelle on the second one is PERFECTO!

  4. two gorgeous cards! love the detailing, the glitter on the witch's dress and the crinolin on the tutu.

  5. Cute cards. Love all those embellishments! Iris

  6. you halloween card very nice.

  7. Holy moly, those stamps are adorable. I would have struggled with how to incorporate tulle, and you did it perfectly!!

  8. Love the glitter and LOVE,LOVE the pink TuTu and orange sneakers


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