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Saturday, 7 September 2013

Magnolia 'Tilda with Lantern'

Good morning my lovelies,
 
I hope you are all well and have a lovely crafty weekend planned.
 
It’s been quite a busy week, but I am slowly getting into the swing of being back at work.
 
I am going to Sandown Park Craft fair today with a few friends to have a lovely crafty day out. I am also hoping to go to Ali Pali in a couple of week’s time as well and tomorrow I collect my new glasses so I will be able to see again wahoo. I can’t believe that my eyesite has deteriorated so much in a year; it is real struggle to see when colouring and reading, I guess it’s a sign of old age creeping up on me.
 
This is one of the first Christmas cards I made this year which I forgot to share with you using the lovely Tilda with Lantern and Old Swedish Church which is my favourite Christmas background stamp. The scene has been coloured with Copics and a few highlights added with Prisma Pencils. The ice stars are a Marianne die and I have added some Diamond Dust (Twinklets) to give an icier look. I have also used the Tim Holtz On the Edge Snowflake die at the top of the card.

 
Copics I used:
Skin: E31, 21, 00, 000, R20
Hair: E57, 55, 53, 50
Boots, Hat & Coat: W5, 3, 1, 0
Scarf: E43, 42, 41, 40
Church: E43, 43, 41, 40 Y02
Lantern: E43, 41, 40, Y02, Y000
Pencils: Burnt Ochre, Dark Umber, Black

 
I would just like to say thank for all your lovely comments, they cheer me up no end, particularly when I am struggling with my crafty mojo.

 
Have a lovely weekend.
 
Hugs
Gina x

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Gina, I don't recognise that Tilda, it's nice to see some different ones. Love that ribbon with the cones and the whole scene has a lovely frosty feel. I know what you mean about the change in eyesight, I wear glasses for the pc in particular, and I wear them for crafting, but I actually have to take them off to colour my images, so I guess I must get closer than the glasses can focus properly lol. Hope you have a great day at the craft fair :) xx

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  2. Oh what a wonderful Christmas card! your just fantastic at colouring those scenes, I think this colouring lark is to blame for our eye sight going down hill! I'm just the same, I had 20 20 vision before I started colouring. Now I'm on my second pair of glasses!
    Have a great time at the craft fair xxx
    Love, Mel.

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  3. Just stunning! a Beautiful creation as ever. I must dig out the background stamp again, its so pretty <3 xxx

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  4. Looove this Stunning card so many lovely Layers and Gorgeous Snowflakes! The shading you have given this Tilda brings her to life! have a Great Weekend!

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  5. Gorgeous as always hun...and I hope you are having a wonderful weekend too...:o)

    biggest of hugs Vicky xx

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  6. Stunning card Gina, love the scene and the sweet Tilda and all the beautiful snowy details.
    Hugs Charlotte

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  7. A gorgeous card Gina. I love the images you have used and colours. Hope you enjoyed the craft fair today.

    Hugs Sarahxx

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  8. Stunning card Gina, would you believe it I just dug this one out myself yesterday and started painting it :)
    Your card is fabulous xxx

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  9. Hi Gina, I agree with Mel, our poor eyes do get some stick hun, mine have sure gone down hill!!
    Boy what a beauty this one is. Fab layout, beautiful colours and just love the Church.
    Hope you had a super crafty day.
    Hugs Sue W.

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  10. This is so lovely Gina. Love your use of colour and fabulous card design.
    Laine
    xx

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