you can pre-0rder from Diana and she will ship them to you as soon as they are released! I can't wait to get my pre-order! Thanks Diana!!
Tilda looks so are darn sweet sitting in this window. Dreaming of all of kinds of things.
I saw this DP and immediately thought of Tilda playing the violin. DP is from Bo Bunny.
Flowers are from Prima and Hobby Lobby's wedding section. Feathers are from my feather pillow (LOL!). The punched border is from EK Success. The sentiment is from Stampin Up.
Copics used to color with:
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My niece, Michelle, is getting married in August and I couldn't be more happy for her and Micah! I'm getting a head start on her by making her this card. I found the DP at Archivers and immediately had to come home and start working on it.
It's a little hard to see all the shimmer and shine. I have a funny story about my feathers. I have been looking everywhere, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, etc. for small white feathers and I haven't found any, there was only large ones that were way too big for cards. So I finally gave up and then I had an idea!! I raided my feather pillow for feathers!! Now I have all that I need and I still have a nice fluffy pillow! So, the moral of my story...look for the unexpected and you will find your answer!
Now for the nitty gritty...
Challenges: The Pixie Cottage
Design Papers: The Paper Company, Doodlebug Designs and K&Company (Wedding Dots Glitter Paper), CTMH
Tools: EK Success border punch, Martha Stewart butterfly punch
Embellishments: Prima flowers, Mr & Mrs. heart - Hobby Lobby, crystal spray - Hobby Lobby
Stamp: #159 Bride with Tiara - Groom can be purchased from Magnolia-licious here
Copics markers used are pictured below
May the sun shine on you and bring you happiness today!
Thinking of you today...and thought I'd share this card with you. We are finally getting some spring like weather!
This card opens up twice. You can flip tilda up and then it also opens like a regular card.
I went a little overboard with the distressing, but I really like the way it turned out. First a distressed the edges with my CTMH distresser, then I inked the edges with CTMH desert sand ink. Finally a sanded the heck out of it!!