Monday 2 August 2021

August Challenge Simply Magnolia

We're back with another challenge over at Simply Magnolia

The theme for this month is:

You can make whatever you like as long as your card/creation has Magnolia products on it.

I have used Native American Tilda from the Once Upon a Time collection by from 2013. I coloured the image with Spectrum Noir Classique Markers. I used a steel die called Inside & Out Stitched Oval by My Favorite Things. I made the card base from Bazzill kanvas cardstock using my Martha Stewart circle cutter. The patterned papers are from the Cosmos collection by Stamperia. I decorated the card with feathers, flowers burlap ribbon and corrugated cardboard from my stash and some pearls by DoCrafts.

Here is my card. I hope you will like it. :)

Papers: Bazzill Cardstock - Kraft, Stamperia - Cosmo, Corrugated Cardboard
Stamp: Magnolia - Native American Tilda
Medium: Spectrum Noir Classique Markers -
Skin - FS3, FS4, FS6, FS7, FS9
Hair - TN6, TN7, TN9
Clothes - GB6, GB9, GB10
Bow and Arrows - EB3, EB5
Feathers - BG2, BG5, BG9
Posca - 0.7 mm - white
Tools: Martha Stewart - Circle Cutter, My Favorite Things - Inside & Out Stitched Oval 
Embellishments: Flowers, Feathers, Burlap Ribbon, DoCrafts - Pearls

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