Friday, 30 September 2011

Back In The Pink :)

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Morning peeps and Happy Friday :)

No you aren't seeing things here – I’ve actually gone and done a Tilda with dark hair instead of her usual blonde lol!! This has nothing at all to do with my grey hair debate btw – I just fancied giving her a change, bless her.

So over at the Just Magnolia and hAnglar & sTanglar challenge today we are sponsored by the lovely Mary & Andrea at The Ribbon Girl and just feast yer peepers on this prize ….

.. OMLife I drooled when I saw all that pink  - it’s awesome :))))

And this week we are hosted by the ever so talented Jane and she has done us a sketch ….

.. and here it is.

It’s fabulous and I really enjoyed working with it, thank you sweetie xxxx


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.. here’s the old card.

I used Flower Girl Tilda  and coloured her with these Copics -

E000, E00, E21, R11, R20, E25, E29, E35, E51, E71, R85, RV0000, RV00

You can’t really see but her shoes have been Glossy Accented.

Did you notice btw that the Tilda Lace Die has a new friend? It’s the Magnolia Lovely Fence Die and it is indeed lovely I think, and both dies and Tilda were from Simon Says Stamp.

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The papers are from Nitwits again - I am really loving these right now (you probably noticed that!!)

The bow is made from 15mm shocking pink small check gingham ribbon which is from The Ribbon Girl and I added some Wild Orchid Crafts blooms as well as some white pearlescent head pins.

The butterfly pin is from my stash – I think it’s sooo pretty :)

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I'm not sure I’ve got this right here, but then again I never was much good at gardening :(

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Right so I’m done for this week and we have a busy weekend ahead of us.

I have a class tomorrow morning and then we are taking her ladyship swimming (the card btw is actually for her as she is a flower girl at my niece’s wedding in 2 weeks time and she can’t wait!!!) Then we are doing the pizza and bowling thing before collapsing into bed no doubt exhausted. Where do these kids get their energy, that's what I want to know!!!

Sunday is looking like a day out on the bikes unless it rains and if the aforementioned energy has returned (well we are crocking on a bit now, bless us!!).

So enjoy your weekend and I’ll see you next week.

Huggiest of hugs to all xxx


Helen said...

What a sweet card. Wishing you a nice weekend.

Kirsty-Anne (Kitty) said...

Hi sounds like a fun packed weekend ! I was all in autumn brown mode and this has brought me back to the all girly pinkiness ! Lol. Just love the fence and flowers with this pretty Tilda and your butterfly charm is soooo pretty ! Kitty :D

Wendy said...

Stunning card Hun love the pink and the pins. very pretty card have fun bowling don't forget to let go off the bowling ball


Jane said...

Oh Dawny I love this sugar sweet card! That butterfly pin is stunning - I was scouring for where it was from and then you said stash LOL! oh well guess it saves the pennies LOL! Glad you loved the sketch hugs, Jane x

Teri said...

Oh my goodness! This is SOOOOO dang adorable!!! I love, love, love Tilda in all her pink cuteness and everything you did with her is perfect!! Love the paper choices and oh how I love that die cut fence!!! On my wish list for sure!!! Your card has made me smile today!!!!
P.S. I am exhausted thinking about your weekend!!! LOL!!

Riet said...

What a wonderful card Dawny.

Hugs Riet.xx

analia cristina said...

Hi,I love the Tilda's,this is very sweet!!!

Lyndsey Marie said...

Gorgeous card, love the sweet image and and all the pink looks fabby.
Lyndsey xx

yvon said...

Wow, this is so stinkin beautiful. Love the bright pink colors and all the other stuff you used. Have a super weekend.
Hugs, Yvon

Annette said...

OMG I'm lovin' all that luscious pinky-ness. It is a stunning card, I love that fence (I neeeeed that one now) and love her hair colour. Enjoy your weekend's activities. I feel exhausted just reading about it all.

Lorraine said...

Your cards are always so gorgeous! Love the pinks on this one! And how you always use bright white - so clean and pretty!