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Sunday, 7 December 2014

Christmas Candle Tilda

Hi everyone,

I hope you had a good week and are having a lovely weekend! The Christmas tree is up and we are almost ready for the big day, just the wrapping left to do. Last year was so stressful that I was determined to be organised this year. I have been making Christmas cards for months now and never tire of making them, in fact I think I will miss it lol. We have been looking after Kyra this weekend and it has been so much fun. I can't believe she is already 6 months old and growing so fast.

Today is our last challenge of the year for Lovely Hanglar or Sweet Magnolia, but we will back in the new year.  Our challenge this time is of course 'Christmas'.

I have coloured up the very beautiful Christmas Candle Tilda in non traditional colours using Copics and Prisma pencils. She has been mounted onto a Noor Design Oval die. Tucked behind the image I've placed some white corrugated card which I've sprinkled some Pink Shabby Chic Frantage over and tucked a paper doily behind it. The snowflake banner is a La La Land die and I've covered it with oodles of Glamour Dust. The corner I have made from Air Dry Clay using a silicone mould which I bought from Etsy and has been painted with Gesso. The pink pearl string is from my stash. The branches are also a Noor Design die, they aren't currently in Tracy's shop, but I know she will order it for you if you want it.  The flowers are from my stash and I've sprinkled some Twinklets (Diamond Dust) over them, I love this effect. I painted the fir cones with Gesso and the snowballs I bought from a Craft fair, I think It was from Anna Marie crafts. The lace and Silky Crush ribbon are from the Ribbon Girl.


Copics list:
Skin: E11, 21, 00, 000, 0000, R21
Hair: E29, 27, 53, 50
Coat/Hat: R89, 85, 83, 81 RV10
Boots: E44, 43, 42, 40
Candle: E53, 50

Pencils:
 Tuscan Red, Dark Brown, Sienna Brown, Chocolate, Sepia, Black.

Our sponsor this time round is the lovely Ribbon Girl and you could be in with a chance of winning an early Christmas present:



to spend in their gorgeous shop.

Thank you for popping in and I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Hugs
Gina x

10 comments:

  1. It`s a wonderful card. I wish you and your family merry christmas and a happy new year.
    Hugs
    Ulla

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  2. WOW, another beauty Gina! Love everything about it, especially that Snowflake banner! Everything just fits together perfectly, but then it always does with your cards.

    I am so pleased to hear you are super organised this year for Christmas. Our tree is not up yet, but hopefully this will happen in the week. I too love making Christmas cards. We should make a pact that we make at least one per month through the year! I have just stepped down from two Christmas Challenges so I really must make the effort to keep it up. Good luck tonight! Judy x

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  3. Another beauty Gina. Your stunning rich colour tones perfectly compliment, the stunning design detail.
    Laine
    xx

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  4. Saw it on FB hun and had to come for a closer look, it's stunning, I love the pink colouring, awesome detail too, I've put up my tree today, wrapped some pressies and wrote xmas cards, I'm stressed lol
    hugs Liz xx

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  5. Stunning card Gina, beautiful details and love the hint of soft pink too x Susan x

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  6. How Beautiful is this one. Good to hear you are ready for Christmas I wish I was as Organised but the Tree is up! Enjoy the rest of your Weekend!

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  7. Wow Gina, one more stunning Christmas card, I love the pink and all the beautiful embellishments!
    Hugs Charlotte

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  8. Absolutely stunning Gina! Looooove the pink frame with pearls around it!

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  9. Hiya Gina, Aaaw I simply love your design and your colouring goes without saying he he! I adore that little La La Land Snowflake bunting, so so cute! The colours go so perfectly and I am loving those little snow balls!!!
    Cuddles Jay xx

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