Wednesday, 14 September 2011

More Pinkness.........

Gosh two pink cards in a row!!! This card is totally out of my comfort zone, I 've had a few Tilda stamped images in my craft desk forever but have never used them before, and as I don't really do coloured images  they have just sat there so I thought it was time to try something different.



I would love to know how to use copics, I don't actually own any (I can hear you all gasping in disbelief) but I am thinking of buying some to try them out.  I would need to go to a few classes somewhere to learn about them. Unfortunately there are no craft shops anywhere in my town and I wouldn't have a clue where to start. Perhaps I will find some decent tutorials on Utube.

So this little Tilda was coloured with a few promarkers (I won 10 markers years ago and have to say they are still as good as new) and I watercoloured her face as I didn't have any suitable skintone colours.  Her wings are just decorated with some stickles glitter. Cutting her out was quite tricky I definitely need more practice.







I used another of my new circle stamps, this one has such a sweet little sentiment on it. I finished off with organza ribbon, a couple of die cut swirls, hydranga flower and a couple of pretty heart pins.

I have managed to combine a few challenges with this card;

Papertake Weekly - Things with Wings
Stampalot Challenge - It's a Frame Up
Allsorts Challenge - Flowers and Swirls
Crafts And Me - Add a Heart
St Lukes Charity Card Challenge - Card Buffet - embossing, flowers, ribbon, patterned paper


Magnolia Image
Sentiment stamp, ribbon and heart pins - Pretty Little Ribbon Shop
Flowers - Prima
Swirl die - Cuttlebug
Papers - MME

Don't forget to have a look at The Pretty Little Ribbon Shop's challenge this month - you can win some pretty ribbons!

Thanks so much for visiting,
Sarah x

12 comments:

  1. A vision in pink! This is really pretty and I do like all the sweet details. Fab sentiment too. Tahnks for playing along with St Luke's Charity Card Challenge!

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  2. Sarah, there are lots of tutorials for copics and other colouring techniques on YouTube. I'm not one for doing much colouring either. I prefer to paint. But your Tilda looks lovely and your card is so pretty:)

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  3. Love your pretty pink card and Tilda image, great sentiment
    Thanks for joining in our challange over at St Lukes

    Anne

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  4. what a beautiful card,

    thanks for joining us at
    Sir Stampalot challenge this month and good luck!

    Hugs
    Francesca

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  5. A gorgeous, pretty card.
    Thank you so much for entering our challenge at ALLSORTS this week, good luck & hope you’ll join us again!
    Hugz Fleur xXx

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  6. Gorgeous creation, thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge, good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous! Perfect for our challenge. Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.
    Pinky

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  8. Sooooo CUTE!!!! Adorable card! Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us at Papertake Weekly and hope you join us again soon!
    hugs, Sharon

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  9. A fabulous creation! I love the delicate embossing on your beautiful frame! Thanks for sharing it with us at sir stampalot this month and Good luck!

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  10. Gorgeous. Thanks for joining us at Crafts and Me.
    Hugs Tracy x

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  11. This is perfect for our buffet - thanks so much for joining us.
    Tara (aka Craftilicious) x
    St Luke's Charity Cards Challenge Founder

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  12. Such a pretty card. Thanks for joining us at St Lukes.
    Lynne xxx

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