Thursday, November 5, 2009

Ladybug Tilda

This is a card kit from a swap (yes, I do a lot of swapping)! Isn't she cute?!? Every thing displayed came in the kit: papers, images, ribbon, flower/crystal brad. All I had to do was color Tilda with my Copics. I used the MAGNOLIA-LICIOUS November sketch for this card, but I wish now that I had flipped it so the red band was at the bottom. Tilda seems to be floating a bit, which I didn't really notice until I started to post the picture. ;)

Join me tomorrow for another Crystal Snowflake tutorial!! And the KLSNS monthly challenge that I will be announcing!

5 comments:

  1. Good morning, Deb! What an adorable card! Hey--did you see that Sandy at Crafty Secrets put your snowman shaker card on her blog today? Good job!!! She's such a sweet and kind woman! Go check it out if you haven't seen it yet! Hope you're having a wonderful day!

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  2. These are beautiful colors for this cutie; I'm always stuck in the reds, but she looks so sweet in fresh pastels! Fun sketch, too; I need to give it a try!!

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  3. Oh, goody! Sandy is SO generous! Glad you're getting more Crafty Secrets stuff--so much fun!

    About the glitter--sometimes it's NOT so straight! I do a variety of things--for wide border--sticky strip; for thin & straight, glue pen (love these!); and for just perfect width-but-hope-my-hand-doesn't wiggle-borders, just some good old Tombow glue, and I try to stay right on the border that I'm glueing! That's all I do.

    Thanks for the visit--hope you like the cornbread--and the beans...yum! He's pretty fun, isn't he? I love all the historical facts he throws in--that's just my cup of tea!

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  4. Awww she is too cute! I love how the pockets match the lady bug :) She doesnt look like she is floating to me!

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  5. She is so adorable! Great card!

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