Thursday, 28 October 2010

Tilda in the wind

Good evening everyone, I can't believe that the weekend is nearly here.  this week has gone so fast probably because its half term here in the u.k.   
I dropped my daughter and her friend off at the cinema this afternoon which meant I have a spare couple of hours and I spent it over at Sir Stampalot treating myself to a few little goodies.  
On to my card that I have made for my daughters birthday. I am also entering it into the following challenges ~
Mojo Monday this week it is square or circle sketch 
Anything goes challenge ~ Black and White 
Spoonful of Sugar ~ Punches 
Paper take Weekly ~ Sparkly and Bright 
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As she is getting older I thought that i would ditch the girlie pinks this year and go for black and white.  Copic markers and great for this colour way.
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This cute Tilda was one of the goodies that I treated myself too at Sir Stampalot.  They have so much choice its hard to pick just a few so I do a process of elimination.. :D 
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I'm just loving the Tim Holtz distressing crackle paint just add's a special bit of sparkle and shine..
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These little tags I made with shrink plastic and the label die cut from sizzix.  I had this die cut for ages it was one of the first die cut that | purchased.  I must admit that I don't use it  that often. 
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I have lifted Tilda of off the card with a few foam pads.
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Crafty Bits and Bobs
Design paper ~ this is a stack from DCWV all dressed up
Magnolia Stamps ~ Tilda in the Wind I got mine from Sir Stampalot 
 Flowers, Ribbon, Shrink plastic, glitter and pearls from stash
Sentiment stamps ~ Whimsy stamps and Doodlebug design inc.
Nessies and Borderabilities 
Distressing ink ~ Weathered wood
Sakura glitter pen ~ black

Copic Colours 
Skirt, gloves, shoes, hat and hair, ~ C7, 5, 4, 3, 1
Skin ~ E11, 21, 51, 00, R20
Thanks for looking if you have the time would love to here your comments, promise I will visit your blogs too!




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