Unfortunately, it's "sick" season, so you can never have too many 'get well cards' on hand. This little guy from Mo Manning would cheer someone up. I think he's adorable. I colored him up with Copics. The chandelier garland can be foundhere.
Would it totally shock you if I didn't post a Christmas card this close to the holiday? ;) I like to sell some of my cards and it's past time selling Christmas, so I made a general themed one. Thought it'd be sweet for a birthday or thinking of you.
I chose Joyful Tilda and colored her up with Copics. The big white rose can be found here. I added some cheesecloth and other embellishments I had on hand. Then I glittered the flowers with Stickles.
I made a small card that would be perfect for attaching to a gift. The image is Sister & Brother from Magnolia. I used my Cuttlebug to cut out the circular shapes. The bling is from BasicGrey and the twine is from My Mind's Eye. The paper is from my scraps, so I'm not sure where to direct you on that.
The following is a list of the Copics I used to color the image:
We'd love to see your holiday themed cards using non-traditional colors
in conjunction with traditional colors. So pull out all the stops and
show us what you have created.
I created a Christmas card seal using a snowflake image from Magnolia. The red paper is also from that company. I colored in the snowflake with Copic 110 Special Black (thus the non-traditional) and added some Stickles.
I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! Anyone venture out for Black Friday?
Now that Christmas will be quickly approaching, it's time to kick it in gear and get those cards made. This one took on a vintage flair (I seem to be doing that a lot lately). The paper comes from Magnolia as does Joyful Tilda. The flowers and twine came from my stash. Copic markers were used in the coloring.
I just knew I had to have this brother and sister image from Magnolia. It reminds me of my children (except sister is taller than brother right now). This image is another versatile one...love those! I made it into a Christmas card because I thought it'd be perfect for grandparents from both of them. You could use it for many occasions.
Hi again! I have another card using the Nurse Tilda stamp from Magnolia. This image is such an easy color and who can have too many nurse cards on hand?! Especially, when there are several in the family and some you go to church with. Plus, it would make a great get well card. Love images that are versatile!
There really was no rhyme or reason to making this card. I just sliced up papers and stuck them! LOL! How's that for creativity? ;) I love the vintage flair it has.
Wow! Is it ever crazy around here. I've been packing all week because we're fixing to move to WV! This is a quick move, so I've been on the go. I'm seriously 'bout to fall asleep sitting here typing, so if it doesn't make sense, there's my excuse! LOL
This card was kept fairly simple in the layout. I also kept the coloring minimal. I think it allows the image to speak for itself. This is such a sweet one! It's called Peachy Tilda and perfect for lots of different occasions!
I thought it would be fun to give some blog candy away. All the scrumptious candy is sponsored by therubberbuggy.com
Blog Candy Contents:
1. Tilda with Christmas Candle by Magnolia.
2. Laura and Henri by Sarah Kay.
3. Sadie by Mo Manning.
4. Paper Roses by Magnolia.
5. Chandelier Garland by Magnolia.
6. 8 papers approx 6 x 6 from Magnolia's new Christmas Collection.
All you have to do to win this candy is:
1. Leave a comment below with your email address so I can contact the winner.
2. Become a follower.
3. Post a photo and a link back to this post on your blog.
4. Check out www.therubberbuggy.com when you have time.
5. Remember we will be starting our Challenge Blog HERE November 14th.
You have until Midnight on November 14th Pacific Standard Time to enter.
We will announce the winner here on November 15th. The winner will be
drawn from the comments below.
Happy Saturday, Everyone! Don't ya just love them? It's my "get out of the house" day.
Not too much to say today...just a cutie Tilda to share with you. This image is a lot of fun to color, but I kind of have that thinking toward the Magnolia images. I think that's one reason why they're so popular.
Happy Weekend!! Anyone headed out to do something fallish? Have a favorite fall treat? Pulling out the fall wardrobe? I love this time of year. We visited West Virginia last weekend and it was a gorgeous drive.
For this card I used the Nurse Tilda from Magnolia. With nurses in my family, I knew it was a must for my collection. It is a quick one to color and perfect for birthdays, thank you, and appreciation week. The rest of the products were pulled from my stash.
Yikes! I actually had my card done early, but I guess it helps to post it. LOL
The theme at Digital Tuesday Challenge is "warm & fuzzy." (It's a warm day and the twine is fuzzy...how's that for interpretation)? :) Our sponsor is Bugaboo Stamps (7 IMAGES!!!!!) and the image I used is from there. So cute and so easy to color.