Morning all, it's Friday again & time for another challenge at Just Magnolia. This weeks challenge is Pink, Pearls & Lace, which is right up my street! & I'm sure will be a popular one with plenty of scope for creativety & different interperatations. The design team have loads of inspiration waiting for you, so be sure to pop over using the link above, then don't forget to enter using Mr. Linky - we'd love to see what you create! Anyhow here's what I did...
...Paper edges have been inked with Walnut Saton then distressed wtih a craft knife. The 'True Love' tab & little postcards, along with the large scalloped square have all been cut from the paper pad. I used 'Tilda with Hawaii Flower' from the Sweet Rainbow '11 collection, one of my fave Magnolia images ever! She's so pretty & I think she looks great in these soft, muted peachy pinks!...
...I've coloued her with Distress Inks & highlighted with Crystal Glamour Dust so she really sparkles!...
...Most of the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts & are accompanied by Magnolia Doo Hicket Hearl Swirl Die & a shabby seam binding bow. I also added some coreogated card, twine & cheesecloth to add to the shabby, almost rustic effect.
gorgeous card and design deb.ReplyDelete
WOWWWW This is so georgeous!!! Love it!!!ReplyDelete
Hi Deb! Wow hun this card is a stunning creation. You did an AMAZING job coloring Tilda in with Distress inks. And all of your lovely embellies are all the prefect touch.ReplyDelete
I don't know where to start looking first Deb, there are so many gorgeous details on this card!! I realy love all of it!! hugs, MarliesReplyDelete
wow,stunning card deb.the tilda is so sweet and i love your gorgeous colours and design ;DReplyDelete
xx coops xx
Absolutely stunning and very inspiring. I adore all the elements you added to your card. It is like stepping back in time...so vintage!ReplyDelete
Deb, I fell in love with your card the moment I saw it - it's 100% AMAZING...!!!ReplyDelete
...and her she is again! :-) Just wonderful. Your interpretation of vintage is spot on. Love it, love it, love it!ReplyDelete