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Thursday, 17 January 2013

Magnolia 'Tilda Loves Flowers'


Hello to all my crafting friends & followers

How exciting, we are expecting significant snowfall tomorrow. I love the snow, but not the disruption it causes. The snow has already started to fall, the question is will the school I work at be open or will I be lucky and get a snow day…. I have so much crafting to do; I would love a snow day!

The card I am sharing today is another Tilda card and as always has been coloured with Copics and Prisma Pencils. I think this stamp is my all time favourite.

The colours I have used are:


Face: E21, E00, E000, R20
Hair: E27, E25, E23
Dress: R83, R81, RV000
Flowers: R85, R83, R81
Stems: YG99, YG95, YG91
Shoes: E43, E42, E40
Socks: E41, E40

Pencils: Burnt Ocre, Dark Umber, Tuscan Red, Black

Magnolia Stamp: Tilda Loves Flowers
Dies – Spellbinders, Magnolia DooHickeys
Papers: Maja
Ribbon, Lace, Embellishments and Flowers from my crafty stash.

9 comments:

  1. Another gorgeous Girl! Just love dropping into your Blog with every new Creation!

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  2. wow, gorgeous card, love your Tilda image. Thanks for joining us at Totally Papercrafts. Kim x

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  3. Stunning as always hun. May I ask - do you buy the circle cards or do you cut them out yourself. I've defo got to make a round card. Hugs xx

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    1. Hi Tammy,

      Thank you for your lovely comment! I make the circle cards using my Grand Calibur and the large Spellbinders dies.

      Have a lovely weekend!

      Gina x

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  4. What a beautiful card Gina!! I love it! Stunning colors:)) And the shape is lovely.
    Thanks for joining MDUC this week for the flower challenge.
    Hugs, Camilla

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  5. Beautiful as ever Gina! Your cards are so pretty and delicate - love all the detail you put on them! Hugs, Tracey xx

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  6. Absolutly gorgeus, Gina!!!!

    HUGS SUSY

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  7. This one is gorgeous! WAUW!!
    xoxo Annette

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