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Monday, 31 August 2009

Coral Pink Tingla New Baby Girl

Whilst 'blurfing' over on Tara's blog Happily Ever Crafting, I saw some links to some new challenge blogs (well, new to me, anyway). I've added links to them on my sidebar if you're interested.

One of the blogs, Stampin' For The Weekend, has a challenge to make an 'Anything Baby' card. It was then that I realized that I had never uploaded the New Baby Girl card I made for my cousin and his wifewhen their baby Evie Grace was born. I figured it was perfect for the challenge.

So, here's the card I made:

The image is one that I stamped during my trip down to West Sussex last November down at Alex's.

Baby Tingla was watercoloured using Whispers Brushstroke markers, cut out and highlighted with Sakura clear gel pen and Craft Planet Green glitter glue.

The 'It's A Girl' circle sentiment from Aud Designs was stamped and watercoloured using the Whispers Brushstroke markers and highlighted using Sakura clear glaze pen.

The patterned papers are from the DCWV Nana's Nursery It's A Girl paper stack and were matted onto coral card.

Ovals were cut from matching paper and white card using the Fiskars Shapecutter, and the scalloped circle was cut using PI scallop decorative scissors.

Paper Prima flowers were attached in the bottom right hand corner and self-adhesive pearls were added in their centres. I changed the colour of one of the flowers by colouring the petal tips and the centre with Whispers Brushstroke markers and then flooding each petal with water to make the pigments run. Once dry, the petals were re-shaped using an embossing tool and one of the mini purple stamping mats from See D.

9 comments:

debby4000 said...

Oh what an adorable sweet card, wonderful cute Tilda and fab papers.
luv
Debby

Nancy said...

What an adorable baby card, Kathleen:O) Love your cute little Tingla, and your colouring is wonderful. The DP's are gorgeous, and the sentiment circle is so sweet.
Thank you for joining us at SFTW this week, good luck!
Nancy;O)

CraftyC said...

A gorgeous card Kathleen. Baby Tilda looks so sweet and the papers are beautiful. Thanks for taking part in this weeks SFTW, glad you found us!!
Clairex

Vicki said...

Hiya Kathleen, oh gosh how cute is this lil Tingla image and what a beautiful card you;ve created with her. The papers a really lovely and the sentiment is so sweet. Thank you for playing along with this weeks SFTW challenge, good luck and hopefully you'll be able to join in with many more xx vicki xx

Donna said...

Such a cute baby Tilda image Kathleen and I love how you've raised her off the card with the pretty oval background. The papers look fabulous, and I love the wee border running across it.
Thanks for joining us this week at Stampin' for the Weekend.
hugs
Donna xx

Eisbärin said...

Really sweet card! Especially love the papers and your Tingla looks so cute!

Julie said...

Gorgeous card - love the colours and papers you've used. Juliex

Kimmi said...

Beautiful card. Love the little image - she is soo sweet! Lovely colouring of her and the layout is fab!
Thank you for playing along with us over at Stampin for the Weekend. We hope you had fun and that you come back again soon to join in with more challenges. Good Luck!

Kimmi x

Vanja said...

Beautiful card! Fabulous papers and flowers. I love the image.
Thank you for joining us at SFTW this week and good luck! :)
Vanja

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