Some super sweet stamps from Magnolia on my stair step card today! The latest collection, Butterfly Dreams…they just keep getting cuter! I also used a few Magnolia Doohickey’s dies… I’ll link to them all in the photos below.
I made this a back panel stair step. I didn’t take time to search to see if anyone has already done this. I didn’t like it as tall either so I did some changing. The pattern paper is from the Webster’s Pages 6×6 pad called Spring Market/Yacht Club. Some really neat designs in the collection… link below.
Linking up to the Just Magnolia Challenge for this week, they’re celebrating birthdays! It’s HERE! Linking to the Wee Memories Challenge post, HERE, the challenge is “All Things Adorable”… well, that’d be Tilda and Edwin! : )
Here’s a side view to see the stair step…
And some close ups…
Made ‘ya smile! Thanks for stopping by… links below take you to the products I used when you click on the pictures! Happy Weekend!
I used five Magnolia stamps and one die on my card for today…
Tilda with a Letter
Postbag with Letters
Tag with Heart
a gift from the heart
Tilda Lace Doohickey die
Kraft and Bazzill Card-stock…Sizzix scallop frame heart die #655459…stitching border stamp is from Sandylion, a set called “borders” KPSTP4…American Crafts ribbon stapled on with the Tim Holtz tiny attacher.
I stamped the images on Beckett Expression Super-smooth 80# cover card-stock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Copic Sketch markers.
I used my stamp a ma jig to stamp the sentiments on the tag and on the big heart.
I’m linking up to the Just Magnolia Challenge – the theme is My Favorite Things… well, that’d be red and brown… my stamp a ma jig…. and hearts! oh and better not forget Tilda! oh and dies… what’s not a favorite! lol …. copics… paper… on and on and on!
Bye for now! Hope she makes you smile and want to stamp and create Valentines! ttul!
I love this Tilda, I think she looks rather like a Pilgrim and the little pumpkins are so charming! I also love the color pencil coloring of Moni HERE, so today I attempted to get her “look” with copics. hmmmmmm… She does magic with pencils and OMS!!! I kinda felt like I was creating mud! lol I’m happy with my brown, brown card though….as long as we don’t put Moni’s beside mine!!!!!!!
Here’s a couple more photos of the fold side and then the tab side…
Tilda – Circle Nestabilities – thank you sentiment – I like to edge all the papers and card-stock with Distress ink – Scored with the Martha Stewart scoreboard – Pattern Paper – Martha Stewart branch edge punch – SEI button – cord from JoAnn’s – the card is 6×6 in. square.
Another Easel card…this style really works well for the 6×6 papers and folds up so nice, but most of you already know that because you’ve been making them! lol
The challenge at Just Magnolia blog is an easel card this week…
The challenge at Friday Sketchers blog is the sketch I used….
The Challenge at Cute Card Thursday is anything you like to celebrate each year…birthdays, anniversaries, etc…
The challenge at Saturday Spotlight blog is birthdays and using your birthstone color (mine is aquamarine)….
The challenge at Copic Creations blog is to use your favorite coloring technique from their challenges the last year (mine is coloring black)
Here’s a close up of Honey Tilda sitting on the Honey Jar – so sweet!
Honey Tilda and jar are stamped on 100% cotton Bristol card with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Copic Sketch markers, The warm grays… y11, 15, 17, 19…YR 21, 23, 24… E50, 000, 00, 11…R22, 24, 27, 59. The copics really blend easily on this stock but oooooh watch out, they bleed really quick! Reminds me of the Canson Manga card weight paper pad. I like it and look how it changes the flesh colors…the ink doesn’t soak in as much either IMO.
I used Basic Grey Urban Prairie 6×6 pattern paper (I don’t see this one in the store but there are two brand new collections!
Welcome to the Christmas All Year Longblog hop! I’m so excited about this hop because I love creating for Christmas. If you ‘d like to start at the beginning of the hop…go to Julie’s blog. Everyone participating in this hop is using Magnolia rubber stamps for their creation.
Here’s my January card…
Creative Imaginations ribbon
Martha Stewart pine and holly punches…McGill 1/8th inch circle punch
Tilda from the “So Jolly” Magnolia collection, singing her heart out! An Inkadinkado collage stamp in the background, a Martha Stewart Glacial snowflake punch, prima red flower, Bo Bunny pattern paper and a music notes border punch. Tilda is colored with copic sketch markers.
The special monthly challenge on the Just Magnolia blog is to create something special for someone. This card will be my entry. Thanks for coming by my blog today!
Just for FUN! Our area stamp club meets this afternoon and I wanted a card to swap. This is what I came up with…. I used the sketch from Just Magnolia…wow, I love it…sketches usually take me forever but this one didn’t! YEA! Thanks Mina!
Dig these new flowers?!!! Awesome… new punch and emboss from Nellie Snellen in the Netherlands…
Paper is My Minds Eye and Bazzil, Fiskars and Martha border and branch punches, Stampin up white taffeta ribbon I dyed with my copic markers, Hero Arts pearls, Tilda from Magnolia and the sentiment from Wordsworth. Hope she makes you smile and get to work! HA! oh and she is colored with copic sketch markers. I colored her a couple days ago and I don’t have a clue what I used. bum, I would like to know myself!!!
I just had to jump right in for the Just Magnolia challenge blog this week…A GREAT PRIZE…oh, I hope I win! Thinking maybe it helps your chances if you just come right out and say that…I better go back to yesterday’s post! haha
Trying my hand at a sketch again…ugh! Am I the only one?????? I get all done thinking I’ve done a grand job and immediately I want to tear it apart! WHAT?!!! I wish I’d put a mat behind the music piece and I’m sure there were a couple other things too…but I’m trying to exercise self-control and leave it alone!
Here’s a close up of this charming extra pink cheeked Tilda!!! lol
The Making Memories paper was still out from yesterday…May Arts ribbon…Prima flowers…Making Memories tree button (old)….Amuse Art stamps sentiment…background stamp on oval behind Tilda is from Stampington Christmas Elements clear set…the music paper is from the Cosmo Cricket new holiday 6×6 pad and the gold brads are from Making Memories.
Oops, better not forget the good ‘ole Bazzill cardstock…love that stuff!!! Have a great weekend!
I’m trying not to talk about the weather!!! lol
I’m using Edwin from Magnolia of Sweden rubber stamps and colored with copic sketch markers for the Just Magnolia Challenge blog this week. It’s a sketch….
I used Bazzill card-stock, Melissa Frances pattern papers, circle nestabilities dies, Antique Linen distress ink pad to age the papers, EK success border punch, the metal USA square is an old scrapbook embellishment from my collection of stuff and the sentiment stamp is from Stampabilities!
The first two pictures are to “blue” compared to real life but I liked the crispness of the captured images when they are in full resolution!
This third picture is truer colors…but bum, still a little to the blue side!
Here is the sketch…
I love this sweet Tilda holding a tag…I used K & Co. pattern paper, an embossing folder, button brads from Making Memories (colored w/a copic marker Y28), EK Success corner and border punches, nestabilities circle dies, EK Success med and small retro flower punches, Martha Stewart’s frond punch, SU olive cardstock and Woodsworth’s sentiment and frame stamps.
The challenge this week on the Just Magnolia blog is Animals and Insects – please feature either/or on your card. The animal or insect does not have to be a Magnolia image – or even a stamp, it could be a die cut, a punch out, a charm, shaped button – anything as long as it is an animal or insect.
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Well….I’m probably stretching it here because my ladybugs are pretty small…I tried to use the Magnolia ladybug but it just didn’t work out like I planned! I used the new EK Success bug punch and they did turn out pretty cute…took a little fiddling to get them to look like something other than a punch out!
I used grass, fern, corner flower and stem punches from the Punch Bunch. The yellow ric rac is from Making Memories. Tilda is from Magnolia of Sweden and colored with copic markers. “You are my sunshine” is from Wordsworth. I used a rectangle nestabilities die for the background.
Here’s a close up of the flowers and bugs!Thanks for taking the time to check out my entry and I appreciate your encouraging words!!!