Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Hanging Pixie Tilda

Hi all!

Pi back again with, probably, my last card with fall colours. In a few days it'll be December and will be all about Christmas:)

Pixie Tilda is really from the Christmas collection, but she is just to adorable not to play with. i copiced her in fall colours and voila!

This card was so much fun and really easy to put together.

The background is simple, regular white cardstock which I distressed with Time Holtz distress inks in mustard seed, dried marigold and spiced marmalade, I tore post-its to mask the edge. Then I masked a new edge, leaving a sliver of white in between and used crushed olive and peeled paint.

I also masked areas to create "layers" of grass. I used Vilda stamps in Archival olive green.

In the end I also tried out another of Tim Holtz famous techniques with the distress inks, I used a small acrylic brush which I dipped in tap water and just splattered across the background a la Polluck:) It was plenty fun and I love the effect it had in the card as well.

The branch is from Tim Holtz sizzix alteration holly branch. I glued Tilda hanging from the branch and popped them both on foam dots. The sentiment is MFT decorative doily, the smallest one, layered with a Sizzix framelites circle. The circle is distressed with both crushed olive and peeled paint. I stamped the sentiment with archival ink in olive green.

You can find the products in the store:
Smooth paper for copic colouring
(you can also use Tim Holtz distress markers)
If you'd like to embellish it more you'll find beautiful flowers and charms HERE in the store as well
Magnolia has a adorable mini doily if your looking for one... 
Or if you're looking for a regular sized doily...

Thank you for visiting!!
Warm hugs!!

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