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tirsdag 28. september 2010

Purple & Silver iceskating Tilda

"Purple & Silver" is this weeks challenge (#102) at Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge.
Wonderful colours, especially for a christmascard, I think.
I used these colours with the sketch from Just Magnolia (week 74), to make this card.
I think this iceskating Tildagirl is so adorable. Here I've coloured her to fit in with the violet and purple colours in the card. I've flocked the furs on her coat (doesn't show well in the picture).
I rubbed a silvercoloured stamppad very gently over the embossed cardstock.
The snowflakes are covered with silvercoloured glitterglue.
The purple glittery cardstock is barely showing around the edge of the silvercoloured DP :)
The textstamp is sliding up (picture above) and down (picture below) the organzaribbon :)

Material list:
Cardstock: Bazzill, DCWW
2 DPs
Cuttlebug Embossingfolder "Allegro"
Stamp: Magnolia, Papirdesign
Stamppads: Stazon, Versafine, Versacolor silver
MS punch Snowflake
Watercolourpencils
Flock
Glitterglue
Organzaribbon

8 kommentarer:

  1. Fab card

    Thanks for joining us on SCSC :)

    Hugs Jane x
    SCSC DT

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  2. Et nydelig kort!
    Tilda er jo bare så herlig:)
    Lekre farger og stilig med tekststempelet.
    Ha en fin kveld, klem:)

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  3. Hi Lisbeth,
    very pretty card I love way you have highlighted the embossing with the silver ink, and the image is so cute, thanks for joining us at SCSC: 102 Purple & Silver Good luck, Hugs Bridget x. SCSC DT

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  4. Kjempe stilig og spennende kort du har laget her! Nydelige farger, og stilige detaljer!
    Klem Guro

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  5. wow gorgeous card Lisbeth, I have never seen this Tilda used before...gorgeous colours too...thanks for joining in with the Just Magnolia challenge
    Mina xxx

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  6. Gorgeous card - love the embossing!
    Thanks for joining us at the SCSC!
    Helen x

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  7. Terrific post however , I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this topic? I'd be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Bless you!

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