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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

two Tilda cards

I made this card for a friends retirement. I used SU cardstock, MME DP, MS punch (branch), EK Success flower punch, button, twine, Nestabilities and Distress Ink for coloring.

I needed to make a card for a friend who just lost her father. I used SU cardstock, unknown DP, Prima flower, Wild Orchid rose, ribbon, stickles, glossy accents, Nestabilities, SU punches, Copics and Distress ink for coloring. Thanks for looking!

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Magnolia-licious Birthday Bash Sketch Challenge #5

The sketch this week is about bling! Add it to your cards!! I never feel comfortable adding alot of bling. I have tried during this birthday bash to add more bling. Maybe I'll get over this feeling one of these days. I look at all the cards that are posted and love how the bigger and smaller roses are grouped together. I put them together and it looks like I've just thrown them on the card.

For this card I used: SU cardstock, SU punches for the sentiment and BasicGrey DP, Indian Summer. Green felt flower for the leaves and a crochet flower that I made. Satin ribbon, stickles for the wings and hair bows, nestabilities for the deckled shape behind Tilda, punch (?) for the flower pot and a BG brad for the center of the flower.
Tilda was colored with Copics:
Skin....E000,E00,E93 (blush)
Watering Can......C0,C1,C3

Thanks for looking and let me know if you have a trick with the bling!

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Magnolia-licious Birthday Bash Sketch Challenge #4

This is my first easel card and the first time I've inked this Tilda. I have read all the tutorials on using the Distress Inks, so I tried using them. I don't have the watercolor paper that was mentioned so I used what I had on hand. Not very pleased with the result.
I used SU cardstock and sentiments, K & Co. DP, Distress Ink, glitter, brad, ribbon and flower is from Wild Orchids Crafts.
Tilda was bought fron Diana at the Magnolia-licious Store
Thanks for looking and for all the wonderful comments I receive.