This is the 2nd Challenge that I have been set. As with my Previous Post I am excited to be taking part and would like to thank Rachelle for organising them.
Please come on over to Scrapping4funChallenges and join in the fun and voting.
Once again I was emailed a Sketch Layout to work as closely to as possible.
Here's how I created my Card. The Card Blank is 7" Square and my Base/Frame Layer is Black Bazill Basics Card. I then layered a polka dot Paper from LOTV Bear Necessities Paper Pack. I then layered Bazzil Bling onto the base colour to create the middle square. The Image is a Magnolia Tilda Stamp called Little Princess Tilda which I won in a recent competition. I coloured her using Promarkers and stamped her using a Memento Tuxedo Inkpad. I cut her out using X Cut circle die and layered her onto a Black Scallop Circle which I cut using a Spellbinders die I have used a couple of other dies for the flourishes that you can see poking out from under the circles. They are Cheery Lynn Fanciful Flourish and Tattered Lace Elegant Flourish. The pale pink circle has been cut using X Cut and is from the Hunkydory Buttons Card Pack. The other Circle is again cur using the X Cut Circle die from Pink Glitter card and mounted onto a Black circle which I punched. I cut the shape of the Banner where the Hand Stamped Sentiment is using scissors and finished off by adding a white bow to the base of the Spray of Flowers and added some Clear Flower Gems.
Here is the Sketch and my Card Side By Side!
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and share this card with me. I do hope you will pop over to the Challenge blog and join in the fun and have a Vote! Hope to see you again soon!
Gorgeous little Tilda and lots of pink... this is perfection xxReplyDelete
Thank you for your beautiful card.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your lovely entry.ReplyDelete
Oh my word Lisa this is so beautiful what a wonderful interpretation of the design, amazing choice of colours and embellishments the bonus for me here is to see an image of Tilda featured, she is a darling and will always remain my all time favourite stamp collection.ReplyDelete
Lovely shades of pink.ReplyDelete