This is a card for my daughter, she turns three in February.
Yes, I`m early, but I need someone to make theese girlie cards to.
I think I need to have my family make more girls.
I have four brothers, and my hubby has three brothers,
and I really love to make cards like this. Boys/men`s card
I still need to work at.
I have used papers from Magnolia and Inkido.
They are all really cute, so I`m sorry you cant see anything of them
other than that they are pink. I just cant help myself when
I get going with the flowers and stuff...
I also used almost all of my cheese cloth, I just have a few
little pieces left. Need more!
I had this idea, I`m not quite sure it works,
but I had to try, so I put the letters for her name in between
the flowers on the ribbon. The letters are from American Crafts,
they were pink and sparkling, very cute, but they didnt quite fit,
so I dabbed them with acrylic paint, and then added Stickles.
I think the ribbon are from Melissa Design,
and the bling you can see are from Prima.
This chipboard swirl I cant remember the maker of,
but it got the same treatment as the letters.
The little heart pendant I got from my friend Elaine,
and the pompoms I got from another friend, Eva Marie.
In fact, I got quite a lot of the stuff I have used on this card, from her,
it was in my advent calendar.
These lovely pins were a gift from yet another friend, Bonnie.
The heart doily was in my calendar so I dont know where that is from either.
The flowers are a mix of Wild Orchid Crafts, Storyteller,
Kort og Godt and Prima.
Finally I think I got this Tilda right. I have used her a few times,
but this is the first time I am really pleased with how she turned out.
Her hair is sooo trickey!
I painted her with my Distress Inks, and I added Stickles
and Liquid Pearl. The number three I got from Crafts for You,
I won a certificate there a while ago, and I just had to get it
just to use on Sofie`s card. Love it. :)
This key is from Tim Holtz. This got the same treatment as the
swirl and letters, with paint and stickles.
I used ribbons from Kutt Ut, I think.