Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Magnolia-licious and Wee Stamps Challenge


I LOVE these challenges!  Gives you a chance to use anything from your stash that you've been itching to use!!  I've been waiting to get a chance to color up this little cutie "Forget Me Not" Tilda available at the Magnolia-licious store.  I also used the Postcard and little stamp-like images from Magnolia.  I punched the Postcard layer using the Tim Holtz border die. 

The paper is from the Special Moments Magnolia line.  Love the color!

I've used white Frantage on almost everything.  LOL!!  The pretty little white flowers are Kort and Godt from LLC and the rest are from Wild Orchid (of course - hee hee).

Here is a closer image of the Shabby White Frantage on the metal Prima flower.  I found it a little difficult to get the Frantage to stay on stuff even when using the Versamark but I discovered that if you heat the metal embellishment first you can flip it into the Frantage quickly and it sticks!! 

So what do you think?  Easy enough of a challenge this time isn't it?  Hopefully we'll see a lot of entries and as usual one lucky winner will receive a prize!!

Check out the incredible DT work at the Magnolia-licious and Wee Challenge stamps blog.  

And a new line of images that Diana is carrying:

I know, how dare I show you anything to do with Christmas yet right?  Well I know I need to start making these cards sooner rather than later....cut down my card list but that's really unappreciated....LOL!!  

Thanks for stopping by!

This card is for sale on our Etsy store.


Exclusively by Mel said...

Oh wow what a card! I love your designs and superb colouring.
loving the frantage, just perfect!
Love, Mel. xxx

Suzi Mac said...

Oh my!! this is such an amazing card Eulanda, beautiful design, papers, colouring and all those gorgeous sweet details you've added. A beautiful creation my dear.
Suzi x

Kelly said...

Gorgeous card, love the blues! You are so good at embellishing!
Hugs Kelly

Anonymous said...

WOWZA! That is UH-MAZing! Great color job too. Steppin it up a bit are ya? I LOVE it. aww I just noticed the little white dots in her hair. They look like pearls! THis is a SWEET ass card.
SSOA (like there was any question-pfft)

Anonymous said...

Words can not explain how beautiful this card it. I can just imagine this card in real life! WOW! You have gone above and beyond on this card! Beautiful! the colors are beautiful!!

Anonymous said...

What a gorgeous card Eulanda! So many embellishments that makes your card look so lovely. Love your "pleats" too! hugs, Angela

Christina C. said...

WOW.....adore this magnificently colored Tilda and look at all those luscious embellishments!!!!! A phenomenal creation, my friend!

Sheri said...

WOW! Love it. Your pleats just blow me away! I keep practicing but it is no use. I fail. Look at all that prettiness all around. WOW You outdid yourself with eye candy. Amazing - I didn't know what to look at first! So, you put the metal into versa mark and then heat it and then into the Frantage?

NPurdum56 said...

Gorgeous card! Love that Fran-tage! :) Nancee

Norma said...

Wowzer, you rock the colouring! Man, look at those folds! My fave colour too...LOL. Lots of gorgeous details for my eyes. Love the frontage.

Unknown said...

Gorgeous colouring and card. My favourite colour too; just love antique blue. Brilliant use of the frantage. Which die frame is that? I feel a craving coming on, LOL.

Sandy xx

Crafteezee said...

I'm still catching up and love this little beauty, my favourite colours too. Can I ask, is that a spellbinders die that you have placed Tilda onto?
Hugs Tracy x

nwilliams6 said...

So pretty - I could gaze at it for hours! Love every scrumptious detail!

Laila B. said...

Your card is fabulous. I loved that you used feathers. I love how they look, I have some but... I didn't know how to put them on a card! Now I have a good idea...thanks!!!

Nancy said...

Another stunner. With her lovely black hair, this sweet little Tilda reminds me of the India Tilda. Your color choices are perfect, and you know just what to add as accent to make the card a real stunner. If I keep up the praise, I will soon have to order pom-poms and pennants for "Team Eulanda". Your cards are always an inspiration.