Well it's Sunday again and that means it is time for the new challenge over at Totally Tilda.
Please remember to hop on over to the Totally Tilda challenge blog and have a look to see if you were one of our lucky winners/Top 3.
Remember our winners and top three are chosen by Susie and the Design Team.
No random.org here! So if you won it's because we loved your creation.
Right on to the new challenge.
The theme for this fortnight's challenge is:
PINK PRINCESS TILDA
So that means you have to use a Tilda wearing either a crown or a Tiara and the predominant colour must be Pink! Easy right??
This time we are lucky to be sponsored by:
The lovely Nikki
And the fabby prize is:
Thanks Nikki for your continued sponsorship at Totally Tilda.
So here is my creation for this challenge:
I used Tilda Princess of the Valley for my card this time, cute ain't she??
She is coloured with my copics and Polychromo pencils as is the gorgeous Wedding Rose Arch she is sitting on.
The gorgeous Tuille is some I bought from That Craft Place shop on FB. It really is lovely stuff.
It doesn't really show up on the pics but the background is chalked using my Pan Pastels.
The tag is a basic white one and I have used a Cat's Eye Chalk ink to colour it. I have used the same little ink pad on the heart doily too. Now you see that gorgeous pink pin, well that was one of a set I bought at a fabby new little Etsy shop! See below for more deets!!
I have used the same cat'e eye chalk pad to colour the step part of the card, I quite like the effect it gives because when you rub it over the card the actual little ink pad moves and gives those ripple effects. That gorgeous little "corner" was also from my lovely, wonderful friend Mandy, thank you sweet thing. MWAH!!
The gorgeous big pink flower in the background is from a pack I have in my stash, can't remember now if they were from the Vintage Notes collection or not! Doh!
The flowers are from my stash.
So as I said earlier in the post, Mandy has this new fabby new shop on Etsy so if ever you've seen her stuff and thought, "I wish I could buy that!" well now you can.
So there you have it folks, my Pink Princess Tilda.
I can't wait to see what awesome creations you all come up with.