Saturday, April 12, 2014

Polka Dot Pals

Today I would like to show you a card I created using Polka Dot Pals Queta from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. Along with Queta I used the Daisy Rock and the Happy Days Tab sentiment.

Isn’t she just adorable? I recently went to a coloring retreat in Texas and got to meet and color with Barbara, artist of the Polka Dot Pals. While there she showed us how she creates eyes on her images. I gave it a go and this is the result.

Over on the Little Miss Muffet Stamps challenge blog the challenge is distressing so I added distressing to my card.

Thanks for stopping by and visiting!

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Mystical

Have you seen the new Mystical release? It is full of fun sprites, unicorns and mermaids. For my inspiration this time I chose Mermaid Avalon.

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I colored her with Copics, cut out the image and popped it onto the card front. I chose the paper as it reminded me of bubbles and then the twine netting added the perfect touch. I just love coloring these images and working with digis. They are such beautiful images I love to enlarge them and make them the full focus of the card.

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Mermaid Avalon digital stamp

Other products

Copics 

Make it Colour blending card 

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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Clean and Simple

It’s time for a new challenge at Totally Tilda and our theme is ‘Clean & Simple’ So let’s see lots of white space virtually no embellishments as well as a Tilda stamp.

This week we are very lucky to be sponsored by the lovely The Ribbon Girl
If you haven't been over to the Ribbon Girl shop you should go and have a peek at all the lovely goodies for sale over there .... everything is so yummy !!
Thank you so much for sponsoring us  xx.

Here is my card.

Materials:

Here is a close up of Tilda

I colored her with the following Copics

  • Skin – E21, E00, E000, R11
  • Boots – R27, R24, R22, R20
  • Umbrella – C4, C2, C1, G17, G12, Y17, Y13
  • Dress – G19, G16, G14, G12
  • Hair – 110, N8, N6, N5, N4
  • Raindrops – B02, B00, B000
  • Stones – E35, E31, E30, W6, W4, W1

Thanks for stopping by and visiting and be sure to come on over to Totally Tilda and join us for our CAS challenge.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Round and round we go

Our challenge theme at Totally Tilda this time is NO SQUARE CARDS.

Our generous Sponsor for this challenge is 

Nikki from Bunny-Zoe crafts

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And the Prize is

Thank you so much Nikki for your continued support.

For my card I used a circle shape and cut it out on my Silhouette Cameo. The more I use it the more I love it!

I added flowers and pearls strings from Wild Orchid and used a Cheery Lynn swirl cut from Plum colored cardstock. The DP is from Maja Designs. I stamped Tilda with Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Spun Sugar onto Copic xpress it blending card. and colored her with Copics.

Thanks for stopping by and visiting and come on over and join us at Totally Tilda.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Easter is on the way

Yes, even though here in Missouri there is a fresh layer of snow on the ground Easter is just around the corner.

Today starts a new challenge at Totally Tilda and we want to see your Easter card but it must have at least one egg somewhere on your project.

We are very Kindly Sponsored by
Simon Says Stamp

Simon Says Stamp


Thank you so Much Simon Says Stamps xx

For my card I used an older Tilda stamp – Tilda with flower in her hair.

Supplies:

  • Skin – E11, E21, E000, R12, BV20
  • Dress & Shoes – B02, B00, B000, N7, N5, N3, C3
  • Eggs – R85, R81, Y04, Y00, Y17
  • Hair – E39, E35, YR24

Thanks for stopping by and visiting and be sure to come join us at Totally Tilda for our Easter challenge.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Jessica’s Teddy

This card is for my granddaughter who turns 6 soon. She is such a pretty little girl with long flowing hair just like Jessica so it is a perfect match!

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I have been wanting to work on my shadows on an images. Why is Jessica's Teddy cut out? Well, I didn't like the way the shadows looked so I cut her out on added pop dots. I decided that if I took pictures at different angles I could get an idea of where the shadows would fall. I laid her on a piece of white paper and took photos from different angles. I thought I would share those with you.

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I took this picture standing to the left of the photo. This would be the light shining from the right.

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This picture was taken directly above the image. Notice it casts a smaller shadow but on the left side. This means the light would be coming from the right.

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This picture was taken from the top at an angle. This would be with the light behind the image.

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Other Products

  • Copics - E11, E21, E000, R12, R29, R27, R24, R22, R20, W9, YR27, YR23, YR21, E49, E29, E27, E25, E23, E18, E17, E99, E97
  • Prisma Colored Pencils
  • Copic X-press 

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Sunday, February 16, 2014

It’s time to Sew

At Totally Tilda our challenge is sewing room plus a Tilda Image. You need to feature in some way at least ONE of the following on your work.

COTTON REEL
SEWING MACHINE
MANNEQUIN/DRESS FORM

If you use the SEWING TILDA stamp (the one used in some of the DT cards) this will count as the Sewing Machine..if you want to use more then lets see it..

Our generous Sponsor for this challenge is Nikki from Bunny-Zoe crafts
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And the Prize is

For my card I used Tailor Tilda. I stamped her onto Copic X-press with Tim Holtz distress ink – Vintage Photo and colored her with Copics.

Come on over and join us at Totally Tilda. We would love to see your sewing creations.

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