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Good Evening Everyone, I wanted to show you my newest Tilda, well she is new for me, I bought her in the sale and this is her first outing. Isn't she adorable, I love those lace dungarees and she has the pizazz to hold that sweet parasol. I've coloured her with Pro markers and water colour pencils. The full recipe for my card is below this post otherwise we could be here a long time. lol
There is a new challenge kicking off today which I'm over the moon about, why you ask? well it's all about Tilda/Edwin/doohickey dies etc etc. I love my Tilda's, can't help it, she is so precious.
Anyhoo I digress, the new challenge is called TOMIC which translates to The Official Magnolia Inspiration Challenge.
This wasn't the only challenge blog that inspired this wee creation, as you all well know there are amazing challenges week in week out here on blogger. I love entering when I find the time and they are all inspirational.
So without further ado here are some of them.
Tomic (The official Magnolia Inspirational Challenge): This week the theme is Birthday's
Magnolia Stamp Lovers Challenge: Have the theme this week of Anything Goes
Creatalicious Challenge: Would love to see Flourishes this Month
Sentimental Sunday Challenge: Have the theme of Inspired by a Song. My song is That's what friends are for (Dionne Warwick)
Bearly Mine Challenge: Anything Goes this week
Craft Your Passion Challenge: Anything Goes this week
Make it Monday Challenge: Anything Goes
Oldie but Goodie Challenge: Would love to see Layers and of course your stamped image must be older that 6 months
Papertake Weekly Challenge: Anything Goes this week.
DP: K& Co Journey. Prima Annalee,
Image: Magnolia Tilda dungarees & parasol
Medium: Pro markers & Derwent Water colour pencils
Nesti: oval small and oval scallop
Corner accent & Swirls: Mariann D's dies
Flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts
Sentiment: Lili of the Valley
Lace: local haberdashery store
Fleur DE Lise seal: Gift in a candy from the lovely Lillian Childs
Card and layers have been machine stitched