03 October 2009

Magnolia Down Under Store

Yay!!! Have you all heard about it? There's a "new" shop in town where you can buy your Magnolia Tilda favs!! Kellie Winnell opened up an "all Magnolia" online store which is the Magnolia Down Under Store! And to celebrate its opening, Kellie is offering a yummy candy for us to win. Click the logo on my sidebar to take you to the candy and join!

30 September 2009

CAS34 - Colour Challenge

And the challenge is to use the colours: pink, blue, green (and chocolate - optional).

I haven't been making Tilda cards lately (and I miss using my Prismas and Copics) that's why I decided to use her this time.


I coloured Tilda (which is a RAK image I received from an online friend) with a combo of Prismacolor pencils and Copics. I've read somewhere that if you'll use these two together (meaning going over Prisma using Copics or vice versa), the safest is to use Copic first then go over your colouring with Copics. And that's what I did here (and I normally do whenever I decide to use the two mediums).

CAS as it is (clean and simple), I just cut my frames using Labels 4, stamped a Darkroom Door butterfly onto Gable Green cs using Choc Chip, adhered to the left side of the sentiment then finished off with 3 Kaiser pearls (chocolate). I used Martha Stewar Crystal Fine Glitter on the heart that Tilda is holding. :)

Thanks for the visit. Til next post! Have a lovely evening!

God bless!


Stamps: (RAK)Tilda Holding Heart-Magnolia, sentiment is from Lazy Days of Summer set -Magnolia, Darkroom Door Wildflowers (for the butterfly)
Paper: white cs, pink cs, SU! Bashful Blue, Gable Green
Ink: Choc Chip
Accessories: Spellbinders Labels 4, Martha Stewart Crystal Fine Glitter, Kaiser pearl (Chocolate)


29 September 2009

ODBD for A Wedding Anniversary

Happy Tuesday everyone! Hope you're all doing very fine upon reading my post. This will just be a very quick one as I still have to prepare DS2 for his childcare.

I made this card last Friday for the 41st wedding anniversary of our church pastor and his wife. I used this never-been-inked Bible verse from ODBD Scripture Collection 1 which I believe would fit any occasion. :) I stamped it with Versafine (Crimson Red), heat-embossed with clear ep and used chalk around the verse for some added effect.

Gorgeous papers? Yeah, they're from K&Company Charlotte paper pad collection. Bought this from Windsor Cottage Botanicals on special (and they're still on special up to 30th Sept). You still have a day to avail of its 25% off on their gorgeous papers so visit the shop now and grab yourself some stuffs!

Have to go now. But before I go, can I please ask you to include prayers for the people in the Philippines who got affected with the recent typhoon Ondoy? I originally came from Philippines and my heart breaks everytime I see my fellow Filos submerged in deep flood waters and most of them lost their homes and some of their loved ones. :( Manila is the capital of the Philippines and right now, most of its parts are flooded and devastated by the recent typhoon. So please, include them in your quiet time with our Lord. TIA.

Thanks for the visit. Will be posting more later!


Stamps: ODBD Scipture Collection 2
Paper: SU! Wild Wasabi (retired), K&Company Charlotte, white cs, Quill Manhattan Ruby
Ink: Versamark, Purely Pomegranate
Accessories: Spellbinders Labels 4, chalk, dauber, heat gun, clear ep, piercing mat pack, black gel pen, Pirma flowers, Kaiser pearl (Latte), Fiskars Lace punch, pop dots


28 September 2009

First Communion Card

Happy Monday everyone! (it's already 12:27am here in Australia) I'm actually about to sleep but remembered that I haven't actually posted this card yet. I made this First Communion Card last Thursday as my friend requested me to make her one.
This is my very first time to make such card and I was thinking where to start since I don't have any stamps related to it. I googled for some images and came up with this "praying hands". I printed it onto my Whisper White cs (edited the image as washout as I wanted it to be soft looking) then did some sponging around it using So Saffron.

It could have been much easier if it's for a girl, lol! But then it's for her nephew so yeah, I struggled a bit when I was creating this but thank God, I was able to do it! :) She chose this particular verse from ODBD Scripture Collection 1 which I stamped and heat-embossed with clear ep. I did some sponging here using Versacolor Baby Blue, SU! Soft Sky, Bashful Blue and Ballet Blue. I also did some slight sponging in the middle using So Saffron. Glad she liked it when I handed it to her last Friday.
Okay, off to sleep now. It's been so windy and cold this day and it seems to me that winter is coming back again. LOL!
God bless everyone! Thanks for stopping by.

Stamps: ODBD Scripture Collection 1, image was computer-generated
Paper: SU! Ballet Blue, Bashful Blue, white cs
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, SU! Soft Sky, Bashful Blue, Ballet Blue, So Saffron, Versacolor Narcissus, Baby Blue
Accessories: Spellbinders Labels Small, heat gun, clear ep, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder, organdy ribbon, Kaiser pearl Bliss, sponge dauber, computer & printer



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