Monday, 29 June 2015

Ain't she sweet

Hi all

Hope you are having a good day...Here is my card... taddaaa... I had a fantastic time with this one. It turned out just the way I wanted :)
I used Christmas Kitchen Tilda from 'Waiting for Christmas collection 2014'

She is too cute ... I coloured her in using Distress Inks Worn lipstick, victorian velvet, tattered rose, walnut stain, vintage photo.
Also used lots of doohickey die-cuts.

The flowers were made using die-cuts from MFT. Also used some Prima Marketing stamps to make the post card and fairy mail stamp.
Here is a close up... you can see the Stampendous Shabby Chic embossing powder. 
All the edges were distressed with a tiny bit of walnut stain and some cream acrylic paint. This combination gives a wonderful shabby chic effect.

I am entering this cad into the following challenges.

Magnolialicious 'Things with wings'
Simply Magnolia 'Anything goes'
Midweek Magnolias 'Anything Goes'

Hope you like this card.
Thanks for visiting.


Wednesday, 22 April 2015

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICECREAM


Wonderful sunshiny spring day today.  Here is a card I made using Tilda with Cherry ice from the Sea Breeze Collection by Magnolia. She is sOOOoooo cute. You cant help but love her!
I am entering this card into the following Challenges.

1. Magnolialicious 'Spring into April'

2. Simply Magnolia 'Anything Goes'

3. Marvelous Magnolia 'Girly'

4. All About Magnolia 'Anything Goes'

I used Distress re-inkers to colour her in. The papers are from Simple Stories, vintage bliss collection. The die-cut flowers and tags were cut using doohickey dies and the centre flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. I used Vintage photo distress ink pad on all the edges and then white acrylic paint in some parts.

I used Frantage Shabby embossing powder around my coloured Tilda. Was really happy with how this card turned out.

Thanks for visiting... Would love to hear what you think :)

Warm Wishes your way

Friday, 3 April 2015

On The Road Tilda

Hello :)

Hope you all are doing well. A card share today using Magnolia 'On the road Tilda' from  Sea Breeze collection. She is such so pretty. I colored her in using Tim Holtz distress re-inkers. The card shape was cut using Go Kreate dies and I also used some magnolia doohickey dies to cut out the tags, feathers and the fence. I used Martha Stewart punches to make a border... you can spy it in the background behind the cheese cloth and also some MS branch leaves.

These purple papers are from DCWV Mademoiselle Collection pack... the purple tags were cut out from glitter effect paper (oh so pretty).

I used Stampendous Frantage embossing powders around my colored image to give this gorgeous shabby effect. It looks really pretty in real.

You can spy a handmade stickpin behind the #smile tag. Most of the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. And this yellow butterfly was fussy cut from a K and Company paper.

I had a lot of fun making this card. Thanks for visiting.
Lots of love your way.