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onsdag 27. april 2011

Magnolia Down Under # 93

Da har jeg laget et 15x15 kort til denne ukens Magnolia Down Under challenge. Denne gangen skulle man følge en sketsj. Slik ble mitt kort:)

Materialer: blå og rosa bazill, Jack n'Jill: green fields  og daisy dreams . Blomster fra Prima og Hobbyverden. Tag diecut fra Marianne creatables. Lacey circles diecuts. Alle kanter er svertet med vintage photo distress ink. Double loop MS punch er brukt på kanten. Ei lita jente tekststempel er fra storyteller.

Baby Tilda er fargelagt med følgende promakers: blush, pastel pink, ivory, antique pink, dusky rose og baby  pink.

For this weeks Magnolia Down Under challenge I made a 15x15 card.This week the challenge was a sketch.

Materials: blue and pink bazill. Jack n'Jill green fields and daisy dreams. Flowers from Prima and Hobbyverden. Tag diecut is from Marianne creatables. Lacey circles diecuts. All edges are coloured with vintage photo distress ink. Double loop MS punch is used on the edge. A little girl textstamp is from storyteller.

Baby Tilda is coloured with these promarkers: blush, pastel pink, ivory, antique pink, dusky rose and baby pink.

7 kommentarer:

  1. Et nydelig pyntet babykort.
    klem :)

  2. Awwww I love it!! Your colours are so magical wth the sleeping baby tilda!! And those papers are totally gorgeous, I love them!! Thanks so much for playing along at MDUC this week:-)

  3. ohhhh this is adorable!!!!
    The colors are so pretty..
    Thank you for playing this weeks challenge at MDUC.
    hugs, Janiel

  4. very cute, love the colours
    thanks for sharing with us at Magnolia Down Under

  5. Adeles nydelig <3
    Så herlig farge kombinasjon og så lekkert utført!!!
    *sukk, så herlig*

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