Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Magnolia love

Hi all!

It's been a while since I had the chance to play with this awesome and super adorable sweetie, Bubbling Tilda. I had the best time putting this card together and had several inspiration sources.

I coloured her with my copics (a growing collection) and some other alcohol pens.
Skin: E50, ivory, satin, R01
Dress: C0, C1, C3
Hair: E50, E53, E55, E57
Wings: R000, C0

To create some structure and interesting elements I used glossy accent crackle medium on her wings and some diamond stickles. Spring is trying to come through here in Gothenburg, so I was inspired by the colours and the light - which I hope shows in my card.

For a oval die cuts check out the store. Here I used spellbinders label 10, but Kellie stock gorgeous decorative ovals on the website both from Spellbinders as well as MFT. I created a little cluster of flowers and sprays using the Magnolia chandilier garland in green and wild orchid flowers.

To soften the card I layered pearl centered lace from the store on top of grossgrain ribbon. I created a banner using MFT banner dies to hold the sentiment SMILE from TGF's newest release.

I finished the inside as well, I stamped the image again in distress ink tattered rose, to make it seem like a watermark.

Products from the store:
Bubbling Tilda
Copic markers
Magnolia chandilier garland, green
WOC cherry blossoms, coloured with LSG salt water taffy starburst spray
WOC open rose 10mm, coloured with LSG salt water taffy magical
WOC open rose 15mm, coloured with LSG salt water taffy magical
Spellbinder & MFT dies
distress ink, tattered rose
Pearl centered lace
Grossgrain ribbon
Stamping supplies (Memento ink, copic paper, scor tape)

I hope you like it!
Our current challenge is all about lace, we would love for you to join.
Thank you for visiting:)


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