Good Morning my lovelies, It time for another wonderful challenge over at
This week we would love to see you getting all Distressed!!! not you personally of course!! but all your wonderful creations. This could be either using distress inks, tearing you paper, distressing the edges. etc etc.
We have a wonderful new DT member (Teresa) making her debut this week so please pop over to the blog and give her some love, not forgetting our amazing DT girls as well of course. They have all created the most amazing projects for you this week.
Please remember that you need to use at least one Magnolia product on your creation to be included in the fabulous prize from Magnolia Sweden who are always so very generous with their surprise for our overall winner.
I've made something a little different as I wanted to enter the Magnolia-licious Highlites Blog Hop challenge.
My images used are Edwin's Village, Mini Tilda with snow heart and Mini Tilda with Candy Cane from the Sweet Christmas 2011 collection. They have all been coloured with Derwent Soft pencils and sansodor solvent. A full recipe of my card is below this post.
I want to thank you for popping in to visit me and I hope I've inspired you just a little.
Magnolia-licious Highlites Challenge: Would like to see you use a holiday stamp for another occasion.
Just Magnolia & Hanglar Stanglar Challenge: Have the theme of What's New. The two Mini Tilda's and my Prima flowers are new.
Lovely Hanglar or Sweet Magnolia Challenge: Have the theme of Anything Goes
Deep Ocean Challenge: Would like you to use more than 2 colours.
Creative Inspirations Challenge: Are having a game of Bingo this week. I've chosen the line White/Blue/Stamp
DP: Inkidoo Forever Collection & Papermania Happy Days
Images: Magnolia Edwin's Village, Mini Tilda with Candy Cane, Mini Tilda with Snow Heart.
Medium: Derwent Soft Pencils
Martha Stewart: Round the page Lace punch
Letters: Tim Holtz Vintage die
Brown Mesh Ribbon: Live&Love crafts
Flowers&Leaves: Prima Almanac collection
Extras Used: Tim Holtz brushed corduroy and broken china distress inks.