Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Magnolia Bride and Bridesmaid

Morning Tiddly peeps,
Hope you all had a lovely Easter and didn't eat all your eggs at once. Had this stamp months but not made a card with it so it was time to get it inked up and share it with you.
Papers I used are Lost and Found - Blush collection. I think the pink candy stripe paper maybe from Prima ..?  Could be wrong but cant find paper stack for it to cheek as craft desk looks like i've let a small child in their, who got everything out and had a whale of a time.
(me ..giggle...would loose my head if it was loose. I am always mislaying stuff)
Sorry pics a little blurry, this was coloured with copic markers and polychrome pencils
Mainly used a black pencil on the brides hair and the bridesmaids dress and used a paper blending stump and Sansodor which is a Low odour solvent which you can get from art shops. This helps to blend the wax based polychrome pencils.
Used this beautiful Marianne Creatable die just on the corner of the card blank, and used the latticed centres by adding tiny crystals which will add embelishment to inside of card, when opened. They are  so tiny I usually use theses on my nails when I do nail art.
This is the inside of the card. Looking at this picture the inside is looking very plain ...hmm may have to tweak this a little more. But thought the paper with the sentiment on it went well.
The other die used for the image was Tim holtz - baroque die, But had cut card to small to get the whole of the baroque die. So cut the baroque shape down to create this shape.

ohhhh don't forget that thepaperlane Birthday Challenge is still open to entry's
click on link above to go to site and show us your entry for the shops 2nd Birthday. Your entry has to have either 2 sentiments, or 2 Birthday cakes. If your card is chosen.You will get a
You have until the 10th May 2012
to get your entry in.

Thank you for visiting my blog. Please feel free to leave comment or ask questions about the cards I make. All comments are truly appreciated.

bYe ByE
for now

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