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 for the baby challenge and blog hop. I hope you enjoyed your hopping around the DT blogs and left lots of comments.
Please bear with us whilst we choose our three winners and Candy winners as it is going to take a bit of time to collate everything. Please come back on Tuesday to view the full winners post and candy winners post.
So what are we going to tempt you with this time??
Well the new challenge is:
Now you can use Die Cuts, Cloud DP, Cloud stencils, chalks, pens, pencils or whatever you like to create your clouds. If you use Cloud DP and then cover most of it up can you please put a link to where you got your DP from so we can take a closer look! Thanks!!
So here is the card I made for the new challenge:
I have used a cloud shaped piece of card and chalked around he edges for my cloud effect.
I have also used a cloud background stamp - cut it in half and used a piece of either side of the step!!
I have used a Clarity Stamp for the little birds in the sky.
I have used two Tilda stamps on my creation, Lying Tilda and He Love Me Tilda both available from Sir Stampalot.
Both are coloured with my Copics.
I have added three bits of fencing (thanks Nana!!!) and have added chalks to them all to give them a more weathered look.
The stamp at the bottom is from Clarity Stamp and is actually a tree stamp laid on it's side and stamped along the edge of the card. The Magnolia tree was a stamped image from a friend!! She knows who she is, thanks a million hunni!!! xxx
So there you have it folks.
I am entering this card into the challenges at:
Just Magnolia - Anything Goes
Tilda's Town - Use a Magnolia Accessory Stamp (Clouds and Tree)
4 Crafty Chicks - Use trees or branches
Simon Says - Anything Goes
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - Anything Goes
Magnolia Down Under - Two of something (Two Tildas)