Hello bloggy friends.
I hope this Sunday finds you well and happy?
Well, as it is Sunday that means there is another new challenge over at the Totally Tilda challenge blog.
Firstly though, I would just like to say thank you for all your wonderful entries on the last challenge.
It always makes it hard to choose a winner/top 3 but that's part of the fun!
So what are we going to tempt you with this time??
Well the new challenge is:
PRINCESS TILDA IN A PINK DRESS
It must be a princess Tilda of some description, old or new. As a guide I'd go for any Tilda image wearing a crown/tiara.
So here is the card I made for the new challenge:
For now I can only put one picture in here because yesterday my computer went bang on me. That's right folks - lost all my DT work - well at least for now. My DH is working on getting my lost stuff back for me but it won't be for a few days yet so for now I'm starting from scratch!
The card is one of a fantastic range of ready folded, pre-measured cards from a fabulous company called Which-Craft. Why not pop over and take a look at their website they have some fab stuff.
Anyway, my image is coloured with my Copics as is the sweet dinosaur. The die cut tree and the fence were sent to me by my sweet Nana friend Liz (MWAH!!). The paper on the front of the card is from the new Magnolia collection as is the punched pink paper on the back "step" which has been punched using my edgeabilities. All the flourishes are Marianne creatables dies and the pink flower in the middle is a Magnolia Doo-Hickey. All the flowers in the corner are from Wild Orchid Crafts and the pin is from my stash. I have sat sweet Tilda on a little stool which is a stamp from a Digital Delights stamp set called Best Friends.
So there you go folks. If and when I get all my pics back I will come and add some more into my post, keep your fingers crossed for me!! :(
Simply Magnolia - Card but not a square
Magnolia Down Under - More than one fold (hope my stepper card counts)
Midweek Magnolias - May Flowers
Magnolia Stamp Lovers - Flowers