Tuesday, August 24, 2010

FAREWELL TILDA – Hope to see you soon again!

Hello everybody!

At the moment, I´m away on holidays but if you are reading this post, it means I managed to program blogspot to publish my card correctly :-) yay :-)

My Jolly Roger Tilda card was among the Top 3 at 7 Kids College fund challenge blog! Yay! How cool is that? And do you know what is even cooler than that? I was picked by the 7kids college team to be their very first Guest DT for the challenge number 3! This is my lucky month!

I’m so happy and honored to participate and be among the very talented 7 kids college DT.

The recipe of the challenge is 2 DPs, 3 flowers and 1 something sparkly and of course a stamped image carried by 7 KIDS.

I used Farewell Tilda from the Bon Voyage collection. I had so much fun coloring her and making the whole card! I hope you like it!

Don’t forget to stop by the 7 kids college challenge blog to see all the details: 7 Kids College Fund challenge blog

I´m entering my card to the following challenges:

Wild Orchids Crafts - make it sparkle

Sir Stampalot - All Distressed

Bunny Zoe - Vintage


Supplies:

Stamps:

Farewell Tilda (Magnolia Bon Voyage collection 2010), Stempelglede – Grunge collection (for the corners on the Nestie frame), wooden background stamp with a ‘travel theme’ (sorry, don’t know the manufacturer as nothing is written on the block); sentiment is computer generated

Copics:

Dress, handkerchief: BV 0000, 00, 11, V 17; C5, 3, 1, 00

Socks: W3, 00, 1

Shoes: E59, 49, 53, 25, 51

Hair: E 29, 25, 33, 31

Skin: E 13, 11, 00, R20

Design Paper: Magnolia – Vintage Hummingbird Plaid (Bon voyage 2010), Basic Grey – Wisteria 6x6 paper pad

Embellies: Wild Orchids crafts – roses & green leaves, American Crafts white pearl brad; Flatback pearls, Waco Pearl markersGlimmer mist –pearl; Stardust Stickles; Satin ribbon,

Tools: Martha Stewart punch around the page – Layered arches; Martha Stewart Frond leaf punch; Spellbinders Nestabilities –labels 2 & Fancy tags & Tags Five; , Distrezz it all machine, Inkessential white opaque pen, Ranger blending tool, Scor-tape, 3d foam tape, thread & needle

Inks: Colorbox Pigment – raw silk, Distress – milled lavender.


Thanks for stopping by today!

Have a wonderful day!

Hugs,

Silvie

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

EDWIN WITH BINOCULARS – A Day at the Beach!

Hello everybody!

I’ve got some exciting news to share with you. Several weeks ago, I was asked to join the Magnolia Sweden Design Team! Today, I’ve officially joined the team! Yay!!!! I’m so excited! I’ve created a new blog for Magnolia cards only, here is the link: http://created-by-silvie-z-magnolia.blogspot.com/

I hope you’ll become a regular visitor of my Magnolia blog!

Now to my card. I’ve made a card featuring Edwin with Binoculars from the Bon Voyage collection 2010. I love this collection so much, I think this is my favourite one so far (well, I say this everytime Magnolia releases a new collection, lol) I used Ewin with binoculars for my card. Hope you like it!

I’m entering my card to the following challenges:

Simon Says Stamps Challenge – Summertime & Blue

Totally Gorjuss – Aqua

Paper Play Challenges – Bon Voyage

All That Scrap’s - First Magnolia Challenge – Anything Magnolia

The sea shell are real. And on the picture above you can see where they come from :-) This is actually the decoration in my bathroom. All the shells were collected on the beaches of Brittany :-)

Supplies:

Stamps : Edwin with binoculars from Magnolia Bon Voyage Collection 2010, colored with Copics, Catslife Press – the sentiment, Hero Arts CL138 (alphabet set for the words Sea & Sun)

Copics:

trousers, scarf, hat: B 29, 28, 24, 23, 21; R 29, 27, 24

shirt : C 3, 2, 1, 00

shoes: C 7, 5, 2, 00

hair: E 59, 53, 49, 25

Skin: E 13, 11, 00, 000, R22

Binoculars: YR24, 23, Y17 BG0000, 34

Paper: Magnolia New England Stripe & White Weathered Wood (both form Bon Voyage Collection 2010), Color core’dinations – blue, heavy based white cardstock colored with blue Colorbox pigment ink (the front, the back and the inside of the card)

Embellishments : Wheel charm, real sea shells, dew drops, Stardust Stickles, white rope, WACO Pearl marker (white & red), ‘fisherman’s net’.

Tools : Martha Stewart Quilted border & coin punch,Distrezz it all machine, Scor-tape, 3D foam, Ranger Ink Blending Tool, Embossing Powder (for the sentiment), needle & thread

Inks :

Distress Inks: Weathered wood & broken china for the sentiment oval, dragonly blact for the text; Colorbox pigment – red & blue


Thank you very much for stopping by and leaving a comment!

Have a wonderful day!

Silvie

Monday, August 9, 2010

Jolly Roger Tilda - Happy Birthday!

Hello everybody!

First of all, I’d like to thank everybody who came to see my blog and left a comment on my Tilda with Peony card! Your comments mean a lot to me and I truly appreciate them! And a huge thank you to those who read my post about my wrist! It's still painful but it’s getting better …

Today, I’d like to show you my latest card with Jolly Roger Tilda from Magnolia Fairytale collection. No Copics today, Tilda was colored with distress inks refills this time. My coloring with the inks needs more practice but I quite like the result.

I’m entering my card to the following challenges:

7Kids College Fund – Dotty & pink

Wild Orchids Crafts – One for the Girls

Sir Stampalot Challenge – Bring On the Bling

Bunny Zoe's Craft – Vintage

Crafty Cardmakers - Birthdays

Delightful Challenges – Distressing


The sentiment is a stamp made by Catslife Press. Originally, it's one piece but I cut all the letters, distressed them with Distress inks and applied Stardust stickles all around.

Supplies:

Stamps: Jolly Roger Tilda from Magnolia Fairytale 2010, Stempelglede – Grunge collection, CatsLife Press - Happy Birthday sentiment

Paper: Bo Bunny - Love Shack Shimmy , My Mind's Eye - from La Paperie page book

Embellies: Wild Orchids Crafts paper roses, white lace, organza ribbon, Glimmer mist – Pearl, Stardust Stickles (Nestie frame), Ice Stickles – Coffee Ice (leaves), Glossy Accents (skull)

Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities – Labels 8, Magnolia DooHickey die – leaf, Distrezz it all machine, Inkssential white opaque pen, Blending tool, Scor-tape, Clear Embossing powder (for the sentiment), 3d foam tape, thread & needle

Inks: Colorbox Pigment, Distress –Tea dye, Aged Mahogany, Victorian Velvet


Thank you for your visit and your lovely comments!

Enjoy your day wherever you are!

And have a great new week!

Hugs,

Silvie

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Tilda With Peony - Warm wishes!

Hello dear friends!
It’s been quite a long time since I posted a card on my blog. I’ve been having some problems with my right wrist and the pain won’t allow me to color and scrap for a very long time. It’s getting a bit better now and hopefully all the pain will be gone very soon.
I couldn’t resist and color one of my fav Tildas - Tilda with Peony. It took me several days to make my card and I suffered quite a lot due to my painful wrist. As always - I did the stitching by hand and all the butterflies were first stamped and then cut out – so quite a challenge with all the pain. Nevertheless I quite like the result given all the wrist problems. I hope you like my card too!

I’m entering my card to the following challenges:
SimonSays Stamp Challenge –Dotty
Sir Stampalot Challenge – Bring On the Bling
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - Summer Days
Paper Play - Anything goes
Dutch Dare- Anything goes


All the paper roses were originally white. I sprayed them with Glimmer mist – Pearl (the white roses) and S.W.A.K (the pink ones). What a pity you can’t see all the shimmer!
I added some glitter to Tilda’s peony too using Copic Spica pen (02 pink).



Supplies:
Stamps: Tilda with Peony from Magnolia Wedding 2010, Stampin’ up Wheel – Very Vintage, Hero Arts –Raindrop Background, Hero Arts – CL130 (sentiment), MSE –Frames and MessagesGarden Faire Sentiments (butterflies)
Copics:
Shin: E13, 11, 00, R20
Hair: E59, 53, 49, 25
Dress: RV29, 25, 23, 21, C3, 1, 00
Peony: RV14, 11, 10, YG99, 97, 93, copic spica glitter pen 02 pink
Inkssentials white opaque pen
Tools: Spellbinders – Tag, Distrezz it all machine, EK Success circular cutter, Inkssential white opaque pen, Blending tool, Scor-tape, Clear Embossing powder (for the sentiment), 3d foam tape, thread & needle
Embellies: Wild Orchids crafts paper roses, Glimmer mist – Pearl, S.W.A.K., Stampin’ Up grograin ribbon, rope, Flatback pearls, Waco Pearl marker, Inkessentials white opaque pen
Inks: Colorbox Pigment & Chalk, Hero Arts Shadow ink –soft blossom, Distress –Tea dye, Adirondack - Watermelon

Thank you very much for stopping by!
Happy crafting!
Hugs to you all,
Silvie