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After the vows

Did you know that Tiddly Inks recently released not one, but two(!) new gorgeous wedding images!? This blog of mine is already full of the ones I’ve made with the previous images, and I’ve gone on a spree colouring up these new ones also. They’re so much fun and I love making wedding cards!

I decided on another CAS card because I think they’re the best way to show off new images. This one is called After The Vows and is coloured in with copics. As always I’ll find the colours below. I made the text into a sort of frame and then I put it all with a red frame around it also.

To accentuate the veil I used glitter glue on the lines. I think it turned out quite well, actually!

Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E04, E11, (hair) E41, E43, E44, E47, E49, (clothes) W0, W1, W2, W3, W5, W7, W9, R24, R29, R89, (flowers) R83, R39, YG03, YG67

Another garden wedding

I couldn’t help myself when I got these new images. I simply had to make more than one card! I decided to keep the green through this one as well as the image, by Tiddly Inks, is called Garden Wedding after all.

I’ve used Noor Design and Memory Box dies. The lace, ribbon and flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts. The paper is by Pion. I’ve made the sentiment myself and coloured it all in with copics. You can find the list of colours below the image.

Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E04, E11, (hair – her) E25, E27, E29, E31, (hair – him) E41, E43, E44, E47, (clothes) W0, W1, W2, W3, W5, W7, W9, (grass) YG03, YG63, YG67, (roses) R24, R29, R89.

#tiddlyspiration

Here it is: my final post for the Tiddly Inks Design Team. The post is a week late because I have spent the entire start of the year with a nasty cold that seems to finally loosen its grip on me! Anyway, my tiddly term is up, unfortunately. I have absolutely loved working with this images and my pile of favourites has grown a whole lot bigger! One thing is definitely not over, though, and that is my love for colouring up these images, so you most certainly haven’t seen the last of my tiddly makes! As it is a new year, we are not doing a normal themed challenge, however there is a challenge! See the title of my post? You got it! Tag your creation in your blog or on Facebook, Instagram etc with #tiddlyspiration for your chance to win a fab prize! It’s so easy! See the challenge blog for more details.

My card for this post is one I recently made for a friend who got married right before new years. Congratulations, hun! I wish you both all the best!

Of course it also had to have a box to go with and Love You Mostest Couple is the best stamp as it didn’t only have the most adorable bride and groom, but it also has a lovely floral heart which was perfect for my box. I coloured it all in with copics and had a lot of fun (read struggled..) with the hair!

GoKreate dies were used for the shape of the card and I used Noor Design dies for the butterflies and the box is also from there. The lace and pearls are from Live and Love Crafts whereas the ribbon was bought at Range in the UK and doesn’t seem to have a brand name on it.. How odd. Anyway, I used loads of flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts, distressed all the edges and added some frantage!

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Here comes the bride

I may not be posting a whole lot yet, but I am certainly back into crafting, mostly colouring! The mojo is back and I have coloured in a few images this month. Here is one of them, and by the end I was surrounded by markers as I never put them back in place until I am done with the image!

Last month I entered in a challenge on Mi Ran’s facebook group and I was chosen to be a Guest Designer for the challenge starting today. What an honour! I love Mi Ran‘s images and it was the perfect excuse to colour up a new one. I chose Princess for my project. Be sure to pop over and enter in the challenge!

The hair is what I am most pleased with. I have no idea how I managed as I haven’t gotten that far into the Kit and Clowder lessons yet. Trying to work with the basic skills after just watching the first couple of videos, and I am well happy how it turned out. I can’t wait to actually get to the lesson that covers this and see how much I did ‘wrong’, haha! It was fun trying to challenge myself before actually doing the class for this type of hair though! I am surprised how pretty it looks, and I am well chuffed! You know a class is great is when you can do just a couple of lessons and then be able to apply the technique to stuff you haven’t gotten to yet!

Anyway, I have used papers from Lili of the Valley, flowers and pearls from Wild Orchid Crafts, dies from Memory Box and Noor Design (with a dab of distress ink). On the image itself I have used rhinestones for ear rings, liquid pearls in the hair and down her back, as well as frantage and glitter around the image.

The copics I used are: E000, E00, E04, E11, E21, E44, E47, E49, E50, E53, E55, R20, R81, R83, R89, RV00, RV10, G82, G94, C1, C3, C5, C7, W0, W1, W2, W3, B000, B81, B83 and B85. Can you see how I was surrounded? haha.

Lastly I want to add that I have made myself a new watermark! I am quite pleased with how it turned out. Hopefully it will look just as good on darker cards!

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Thailand wedding

First I have a slight announcement. The Hobby House is having a fun challenge this month where you can enter both old and new creations. All that is required is that you use one of their toppers on your creation! What’s great is that even us on the design team get to enter! Another reason for me to get my stuff added to the blog this month, hehe. Their toppers really are quite fantastic and I have loved using them over the past year, long before I asked to join their team. Check out the challenge here and the toppers here!

The reason I went to Thailand last month was because a friend of mine was getting married there. The wedding was absolutely beautiful! When I got back home I made her this card and the matching box for it.

The card is made with various bits from my stash as well as a Hobby House topper and pearls, flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts and various punches by Martha Stewart. The tiny little jar was bought at a crafting faire last year and inside I put sand I brought with me from the beach the wedding was held on, in Hua Hin.

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The box is made with flowers and pearls from Wild Orchid Crafts. A bigger jar of sand from the beach with a tiny little bow made from a hanging strap on one of my jumpers; it was the only one I cound find that was thin enough, heh. The punches are from Martha Stewart, the paper from Pion, the dies are spellbinders and the ribbon is from The Ribbon Girl.

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Here is a photo of the card in the box. The ribbon around the edge of the box is from Wild Orchid Crafts.

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This has been entered into the following challenges:

The Hobby House – Special Christmas Event
Cute Card Thursday – Celebrations
Crafty Creations – Anything Goes
Creative Inspirations – Anything Goes