Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Mojo Monday Challenge #106

Today, I decided to try this weeks Mojo Monday Challenge. I wanted to create an antique look by inking and crumpling the edges, not something I usually do. I was trying to decide what to put in the center of my flower and found this large brad from K & Company, that was a perfect fit.
My coloring on Tilda was not the best and I am finding that Prismacolor markers do not have as many different colors as does the Copics, I will have to think about this one for I love the alchohol markers.



Supplies:
Image: Tilda with Cross #270 from Magnolia
Papers: SU, DCWV & Basic Grey (Ambrosia)
Others: Punch from Martha Stewart, Brad from K & Company, Ribbon from Making Memories.

Have a great day.

Karen
All things are heaven sent.

10 comments:

  1. Very pretty. Great job coloring your image!

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  2. I like the combination of blues and browns..good job.

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  3. I think it's beautiful, Karen! Don't be so hard on yourself! Great card! hugs!

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  4. First, the color combination is fabulous! Second, I love the distressed look that you gave the card! Third, your image is wonderful - be kinder to yourself, we are all growing in the craft. Your card is so sweet, thanks for sharing with us...

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  5. Karen, what a wonderful card. I love the colour scheme. That's what i noticed first--how pleasing it is to the eyes. Lovely DP. Your colouring is wonderful. Your flower is fab.

    Hugs.
    Norma

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  6. I'm glad to finally see this Tilda with her cross. I want to make the purchase. Very beautiful, bravo!

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  7. What a pretty card I love the color combo. I also really like the destressing that you did. Love Tilda you did a great job!
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  8. Karen. Adorable card, love Tilda with Cross. Great colours.
    Thanks for sharing
    Hugs Jodie from Oz

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  9. Karen; Tilda is just adorable! I must have missed this one - I just love her with the cross! Great job! Hugs, Laurel

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