Sunday, May 17, 2009

Magnolia Down Under Challenge #12

MDUC #12 - Butterflies. I was going to use my Butterfly Tilda but decided that I would do something different. After the image was stamped I masked her and used my Copic Air Brush and B21 marker to do a sky in the background. I love this paper. It is by Imaginisce - called Twitterpated. So cute. I have seen it around heaps and finally managed to get my hands on some. I also used my new Nesties - didn't realise until it was stuck down but I used the wrong one for the middle - was going to use the same as the one on the front. No matter. Even though this weeks challenge hasn't been posted just yet I have been stalking the DT's blogs and they have posted already so I thought I would too. Hope you like.

products: Magnolia stamp; Memento Tuxedo black ink; Nesties; Cuttlebug; Imaginisce paper; SU Riding Hood Red textured card; MME paper; SU Coral Cameo card; Kaisercraft butterfly stamp; SU So saffron, Pixie Pink & Real Red ink; SU Basic phrases stamp; Copic markers; Copic Air Brush system; natural sting.


Kellie said...

I was wondering how you knew, lol. It's great to see you are that passionate about our challenges :) Gorgeous card, thanks so much for playing along and joining us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges. Hope to see you back again next challenge.

Mrs Adept said...

I love your coloring of Tilda - gorgeous~!!

Kristy said...

Gorgeous, I love how the inside is done too.
Thanks for playing

Cheryl Joshua said...

WOW,WOW,WOW love the beautiful papers,they just go so well with the butterflies!!! Your colouring of Tilda is brilliant!
Thanks for joining us at MDUC.

Debbie Pamment said...

Gorgeous work on the challenge - no wonder you were pleased to get some of that DP - it's gorgeous!! I'm with Kel - great to know you're so keen on our challenges your stalking the blogs - LOL

Vikki said...

beautiful sunshiney card, love it!
V :)

suemon said...

Gorgeous Tracey, love the DP an the colours an Tilda are awesome, you stalker you, lol.
Sue x

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