Monday, March 17, 2014

Aquarius Tilda

Hey there lovelies!

Here's my recent Magnolia card...

Aquarius Tilda

She was colored with Prismacolor Pencils and watercolors for a *washed-out* effect. I also added Stickles to the water to make it *stand-out* ;-)

Papers are Maya Road, doily by Spellbinders, tags by Magnolia, wreath by Memory Box, flowers are Prima, Magnolia, Wild Orchid Crafts, and the rest is cheese cloth, trims, seam binding, and pearls.

Thanks for stopping by! ~xoxo~

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Prismacolors and Magnolia

This is the second class that I taught at our local scrapbook event: *How to color Tilda with Prismacolor Pencils and Mineral Spirits*.

That's me... the 3rd one from left to right :-)

*Papeles y Más Magazine*... the primary sponsor for this event.

My classroom was full of amazing, talented ladies... and even a very talented gentleman was there taking my class ;-)

And here's the project that we created...

A paper bag featuring the lovely *Unsunny Sky Tilda*.

It was late and we were tired, so I couldn't take a picture of the entire group with their project, but still we had lots of fun and everyone was pleased with the results.

*THANK YOU SO MUCH* Magnolia for sponsoring my class!!
I couldn't have made it without you!

Saturday, February 8, 2014

I Heart You!

Here's another card that was published in our local scrapbook magazine...

Isn't this couple adorable? ;)

Everything here was colored with Prismacolor Pencils and Mineral Spirits. The papers are Carta Bella, flowers are Prima Marketing, Magnolia and generic, the heart tags are Folded Heart Doohickey, and the rest are trims, seam binding, pearls, cheese cloth and brads.

If I don't see you before, then I wish you a Happy Valentine's Day!! ~xoxo~

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

~XOXO~ Card

Two of my Magnolia cards will be published in the next issue of our local scrapbook magazine *Papeles y Más*... and one of them is this one:

I thought it would be nice to create something different to my usual style...

A *simpler* and a little bit *manly* card. I thought it would be nice to create something different to my usual style ;)

And to add a little bit more fun, I did it in 3D and added embroidery floss to the balloons. The sentiment is chipboard by Make It Crafty, which I colored with Copics. And Edwin was colored with Prismacolor Pencils and Mineral Spirits.

Anyway, I can't wait for the magazine to be published and see what the rest of the ladies did! It sure is going to be a terrific issue :-)

Thanks for stopping by! ~xoxo~