a place where you can find my scrapbook pages, cards, altered projects and DIY crafts that I have created. I'm learning a lot in the process and enjoying the outcome of my creativity that God has bestowed upon me that's why I want to share it with you. GOD gets all the credit for these. THANKS FOR LOOKING!
Hi everyone! I'm here once again with another Tilda card to share. This card was made for the Magnolia Down Under Challenge #51 and it's about EMBOSSING. Well, I wasn't sure at first if it's heat embossing or dry (Cuttlebug) embossing. Either way, they're both embossing but I chose the easiest one, the Cuttlebug embossing. LOL!
This cutie Tilda was another RAK image that I received from my online friend, Jackie. Honestly, she had sent me heaps to colour with! Thank you so muchJackie, I really, really appreciate it. I coloured Tilda with Copic markers using some that I bought recently from our LSS,All About Scrapbooks. If you're in Australia, (Sydney NSW in particular) and you're near Bexley, visit All About Scrapbooks sometime as you can get lots of great finds there. And the ever-accomodating Vanessa will always be ready to answer your queries. :)
Okay on with the card again, I used Bec's June Competition lay-out once again for this one (I also used this lay-out on my previous post) except that I'm not entering this as this is not Winter-themed. My embossing here is on the brownish panel and I used my Cuttlebug Swirls embossing folder for that.
The sentiment is from JustRite Stampers Wedding ensemble set and the flowers are from BizzyBecs (except from the yellow rose which I bought from another online shop). The violet flower has been coloured with BV00 to add some depth and sprayed them all with Glimmer Mist pearl for some effect. Tilda's white background (and the sentiment as well) were sponged with Versacolor Hyacinth ink and the edges with Tim Holtz Antique Linen Distress ink. My dp is from DCWV 6x6 Floral stack.
Thank you very much for the visit and may God bless us all!