Thanksgiving Thanks

November 24, 2016 0 Comments

HaPPy Thanksgiving Dare 2B Artzy fans!!  Karen N here from Craftily Yours!
For me, Thanksgiving is all about being thankful for what I have in my life.  I like to send thank you cards to those that I’m thankful for and I’m thankful for my crafty time when I get to color, so it seemed like the perfect blend to color up a thank you card for today!
I stamped from the pretty Dare 2B Artzy Happiness Blooms set using Dare 2B Artzy Totally Black Ink.  I used only three colors of Copic markers on this creation:  B34, BV11, Y32.  And I used some new-to-me Nuvo drops scattered about the card.  Fun to make, and I love how it turned out.  Here’s a close-up:
Have you “liked” us on Facebook yet?!  You should!  There’s all kinds of beautiful inspiration.  Be sure to also check out all D2BA’s products here!  And be sure to check out the Dare 2B Artzy Thankful Challenge for a chance to win a fun prize!
Very happy wishes for a HAPPY Thanksgiving….and thanks for stopping by!
Craftily yours,

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