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Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Magnolia 'Playing on the Beach Tilda'

Good morning,
 
I hope the week is off to a good start for you!
 
I made this card last week using four of new stamps from the latest Magnolia collection Sea Breeze 2013, ‘Playing on the Beach Tilda’ ,‘Bikini Tilda’, Sea Shells kit and Ocean Map. I coloured the shells and then added Glossy Accents to them and the map has been stamped using Walnut Stain Distress Ink and it is sat behind a memo pin. The die cut corners are a set by Cheery Lynn which have had a little Frantage added to them. The images have been coloured with Copics and Prisma pencils.

 
Copics I used:
Bikini Tilda
Skin: E31, 21, 00, 000 R20
Hair: E57, 55, 53, 51, 50
Costume & Flower: R83, R81, RV000
 
Playing on the Beach Tilda:
Skin: E31, 21, 00, 000 R20
Hair: E37, 35, 33, 31
Trousers: B99, 97, 95, 93, 91
Top: C5, 3, 1, 0
 
Sand: E43, 42, 41, 40
Sky: B01, B000, B0000
 

Pencils: Jasmine, Tuscan Red, Dark Umber, Black, Light Umber
 
Take care and thank you for popping in!
 
Hugs
Gina x
 

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Gina, just fabulous!
    Hope you have a lovely day.
    Hugs Teresa x

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  2. Totally stunning Gina. Wonderful colour and design.
    Laine
    xx

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  3. Gorgeus card, Gina!
    Love how you colored these beautiful Magnolias!

    HUGS SUYS

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  4. Ooh this is beautiful Gina, your such a talented lady, I love the sandhill effect in the little scene that you have created!!! A really clever design with all the little embellishments. Cuddles Jay xxx

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  5. Looove your Girls coloured to perfection! Your Shells are still looking real!

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  6. I love it, wow!! great scene and your colouring is wonderful!
    Mel. xxx

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  7. This is a very pretty card, I love what you did with the shells, they look so realistic, like you just dug them up from the beach, very clever :) xx

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  8. What a pretty scene, just beautiful
    Hugs Julie P

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