Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Just Magnolia Colour Challenge

Here we are again for another Just Magnolia Challenge-this one is a color combo-pink and grey with the optional use of black.
I have used my new Magnolia stamp for this one-I love it, tilda leaning of her little hands you could use this stamp for lots of different reasons-great!
Heres the card I made
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I used
Paper from my stash (someone gave me this so sorry I dont know which company made this)
Prima Obsession Flowers
Papermania Brads
Papermania stick on gems irredissia (totally loving these at the mo!)
Bloom and grow buttons
doodlebug rub on letters
Gemstone cardstock
Claire Curd For him stamp
Watercolour pencils and Glitz It lavender glitter.

Also one more photo to show you of my mum's new 10 week old kitten-he is a puersian and totally adoreable! He is also grey so thought he fitted this challenge well!!!
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GÄ°ZMO!

Thanks for reading Tammy and Gizmo!

5 comments:

Mina said...

wow your cat is beautiful and ssssoooo fluffy...I love this pretty card such a simple but stunning layout too...thanks for joining in with the Just Magnolia challenge
Mina xxx

Sadilla said...

Hi,
I Love your card... so lovely!! the image is very cute, and I like a lo the paper you picked!
Really lovely!
sadia

Ellephantastic Cards and Crafts said...

Aww cute!

Congratulations on being part of the D&D design team! I am really looking forward to seeing what we all come with for the projects.

Very nice to meet you. I have linked your blog on mine now too!

Hugs
Helen x

ros said...

congrats on the daisy & dandelion DT spot. uve got some gorgeous things on here and cant wait to see more :)

Tab said...

Gorgeous card hun, love the sweet image and all the embellishments are perfect!

Hun, you asked about the distress ink edges. Well to get the soft look you need to place your image on a piece of acetate or something shiney and then dab a little ink on your sponge, start with circular motions away from your image and then gradually move towards you image. By starting away from the image you are removing the excess ink, so that by the time you get to the image you only have a little bit of ink left. Alway applied a little as more can be added, but cna't be taken away. Have a look on YouTube for some demos, because I always find that I am better at picking something up if I can see someone doing it.
Hope this helps and congrats on the DT post too!
Hugs Tab xxx
Hugs Tab xxx