Together with the beautiful papers I have put a paper from an old book I got from my grandmother. She also had some more old books, but them she gave to the priest, before I had the chance to to grab them for my cards:)
The image is from Magnolia, and I have used Distress Ink for my colouring. I think the image fits the papers so well, and vice versa. The sentiment stamp is from Stempelglede.
I have made some cute envelopes with a DooHickey die (vol 9). The small flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. As the rest of the flowers as well.
The card is a lollipop card, and I have folded two accordians measuring 6x30 cm, and glued them together.
Here is the back of the card, to write a greeting on.
I have masked the stamps together, and coloured them with Distress Ink, re-inkers and Markers. The pink colour is made with the Victorian Velvet Marker. And I have used a glitter pen over the whole image; and alos Stickles - Star Dust here and there.
The flowers are from Magnolia, and the roses are from WOC.
I have cut out the tags with a tag from The Vintage Box Third Edition (Air Mail). And they are put inside a small paper bag.
The leaves are also made with a die from Magnolia, as well as the Castle.
The papers are Maja Design and the Vintage Summer Collection.
Mønsterpapir: Maja Design - Vintage Romance, ark fra en gammel bok
Blekk til stempling: Memento Rich Cocoa
Stempler: Stempelglede – Steampunk Journey, Post Card from Paris
Dies/utstansere: Sizzix – Word Play
Pynt: Royal Lace – blondeserviett, Making Memories –
bokstavklistremerker, Stampendous – Frantage Shabby White, Ranger – White
Gesso, Golden Gel Mediums – Crackle Paste, Grene Art – Modelling Paste,
Inkssentals – Glue n’ seal, Distress Ink re-inkers – Vintage Photo og Weathered
Wood (blandet med vann og Archival - Opalite Golden Mist), ukjent – osteklut,
Teknikker: Motivet er fargelagt med Distress Ink, re-inkers og Markers. Det er
festet på et lerret (Søstrene Grene, 15x15 cm). Under motivet ligger en
blondeserviett. På begge sidene av motivet er det festet to striper med
osteklut. Jeg har så påført paste’ne. Limt på en bit av ark fra en gammel bok
og malt over med Glue n’ seal. Festet så på metallpynten. Drysset på Frantage,
og smeltet med varmluftspistol. Sprayet så på med hjemmelagede mister. Festet
på frimerker, og bokstaver. Påførte så litt gesso og paste her og der, og sprayet
litt mer mist i hjørnene.
Det var veldig moro å prøve noe annet iallfall! Håper du likte det:)
Isn't this just the most beautiful stamp (again!! ;))!?! She is called Heavenly Tilda from Magnolia and you can find her in the Aspen Holidays Collection 2016.
I made this card for the April issue of the Norwegian magazine Ett Trykk/Norsk Stempelblad. It was original after a sketch, but you can hardly find the elements in the sketch when I had finished my card! I have used papers from Maja Design and the Vintage Spring Basic collection. And as you can see, I have cut out elements from the papers, so that it looks like Tilda is sitting in an appletree. I have also placed a flower in her hair band.
I have as usual coloured the image with Distress Ink and some Distress Markers. The flowers are from WOC, and the leaves are cut out with a DooHickey die from Magnolia. As the tags are.
The text is from Stempelglede.
Under you can have a better view of how the card is build up.
And here is the whole card again! You can also read this post in my Magnolia blog.
Have a lovely day! And thank you for visiting my blog!
Hi there! Here I am with a Mother's Day Card I made for the Challenge Blog, All About Magnolia. And I am also a new DT member for All About Magnolia!! I am so happy to be in the team with some super talented Magnolia girls! Please visit their blog to have a look at this month's challenge, and all the beautiful inspirational cards.
The image is from the Lost and Found Collection 2014, and is called Tilda with Bunny Ballon. I have used Distress Ink for my colouring.
Tags from the Vintage Box Third Edition. Post mark stamps and script from Stempelglede.
I have put two Tilda tags in a small paperbag to the right.
Flowers from WOC and Kort og Godt. And the papers are from Maja Design, Vintage Summer.