Sunday, 15 December 2013

Anything goes - with an option!

Hello all.
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:
(If you do decide to go for the optional recycling could you please just let us know what it is you've recycled - just saves us guessing that's all! Lol)
This time we are lucky to be sponsored by:
And the prize is:
But wait up folks, what's this my boss lady is telling me????
We have two more sponsors for this challenge??
Quick, pop on over to the Totally Tilda challenge blog and have a look what else you could win  this time around.
So here is my creation for this challenge:
I decided I didn't want to do a Christmas card as such and when I found my item I was going to recycle I just knew which image I wanted to use.
Tilda is coloured with my copics and the foreground is done lightly in Pan Pastels, green and pale brown. They don't really show up on the pic but they are there honestly.
The trees in the background are a Clarity Stamp which is one of my favourites
These dangly bits are from a necklace I bought ages ago.  I loved it as soon as I saw it.  Every time I wore it though all the dangly bits got tangled up and turned themselves upside down.  Drove me mad so I threw it into my jewellery box and there it has stayed until today!! Lol
So there you go folks my creation for our last challenge of the year.

Please remember that the Design Team will be having a little break from commenting on this challenge.  Just to give us all time to recharge our batteries over the Christmas period.
Your entries will still be looked at over the holidays though so keep em coming.
I'd like to thank all the Tilda lovers out there for supporting Totally Tilda and I hope you have enjoyed the challenges and that they have made you think outside the box a bit.
Have a fabulous Christmas all and a Happy Healthy New Year.

1 comment:

  1. THe necklace pieces are perfect for this little indian Tilda. Love the snow background and how she's sitting on the tree log. Hugs, Brigitte


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