Tuesday, 22 January 2008

Tilda & Co 3 mirri, mrri

This weeks challenge is.....



Shiny Silver
This week's challenge i would like to see Shiny Silver, You be may wondering shiny silver?


Well it couldn't be simpler,


It could be some shiny mirror card in silver! or could be some metal work/wire, What about some little mirror tiles? or even sequins as long as there is some shiny Silver on your work,

Go on give your work that shine and show off your lovely Shiny silver with magnolia stamps.


Well I thought this this magnolia fitted the bill, with the mirri card theme,shoved it through me cuttlebug, and bubbles galore.... I used a sketch from here The papers for a freebie from Simplycards and papercrafts mag, the card blank craftworkcards where else!!! and a floral message aslo from CWC..... A sure must have in ya stash, I made sure I bought loads when at the make it show.... I stamped image onto linen card stock and watercoloured using ordinary water pencils, and added a bit of stickles for the bubbles... Don't they look real, ohhhhh I can feel a bath coming on.......lol

12 comments:

  1. Oh no this is so sweeeeeet. Absolutely gorgeous.

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  2. Fab card, I love the embossed mirri card

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  3. This is lovely the mirri card is very effective.xx

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  4. fab card Kimmie...love the embossing:)x

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  5. The bubbles embossing goes lovely with the magnolia, fabby card.

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  6. Hi Kim
    What a fab fun card ... love the little guy in his bath .. soooo cute
    Debbie
    :-))

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  7. I am lovin this card kimmie, what a cute litte chappie he is :-)

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  8. OMG I just love this image...it's just too cute! Are the sentiments die cut Kim or do you cut them yourself?

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  9. Absolutely fantastic card - great design

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  10. that is so cute Kim and a great card!

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  11. Oh how sweet is the magnolia...love the silver bubbles
    Sue :o)

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