zaterdag 20 oktober 2012

Merry Christmas!

Hi all!

A few posts ago I mentioned I started making my Christmascards and for today I would like to show you all one!
Last year I was a bit late with my christmas cards, since I started about half November, and I really got stressed when I heard I had to be in hospital for 2 weeks! I heard that on december 5th, so less time, and lots of cards to make!
Evenothough I am not planning on going to hospital this years (last years wasn't planned either, but hey, anything can happen) I started creating early this year! I already have about half the amount I need, and I am pretty proud of it!
For this one, I used a Magnolia image from last years, she is colored with my Copic Markers again.
I used the following markers to color Tilda.
Skin: E0000, E00, E11 and R20
Hair: E71, E77.
Dress: R35, R37 and R59, E31 and E33.
Cone: E31, E33, UG63, YG67, E37.
The sentiment is a Dutch one, it says Happy Holidays. I cut it out with my circles N estabilities and matted it with a scalloped circle. The paper I used is by Little Yellow Bicycle, The Christmas Magic Collection. All edges are inked with Distress Ink Walnut stain.
The lace I used is from my stash, just like the flowers, brads and rhinestones!

That was it for now, hope you all like it!
Off to create some more christmas cards!

Hugs, Sandra

5 opmerkingen:

Doreen zei

This is just gorgeous Sandra,love the design, image and colouring.xxx

Marlene Atkinson zei

This is gorgeous Sandra, love the Tilda image and the design. Marlene

susan zei

Beautifully done, Sandra! I love the papers and the flowers, too. That little sentiment is adorable. I love the tiny ornament on it.

Denise zei

Awww she is just so sweet. You did a fabulous job coloring her and designing this card. ♥ Denise @ Digi Haven ♥

Michaela zei

Hi Sandra
Thank you very much for both of your comments. I hope I did not exhaust you! I am glad you found it funny. You made me laugh with your comment.
Your Christmas Tilda card is super gorgeous! Love the way you coloured Tilda and all the pretty papers you used.
Michaela :)