Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Orange Sparkly Tilda Card

Did you see?!?! The Latte Lounge is having a DT call. We're a fun, relaxed bunch. We hope you'll think about joining us.

What we require:
  • Up to FOUR (4) projects a month (one a week)- these can be ANY type of inspiration project: cards, scrap book layouts, paper creations, altered art... whatever makes YOU happy!
  • A blog would be nice, but is not required. We would like you to be able to post our promotions and events to spread the word about what a great place the Latte Lounge is!
  • Participation in something at the Latte Lounge! There is so much to do, between the Groups, the Challenges, the Swaps, the Galleries, the Forum... we would like our DT to actively contribute to the "Lounge" in some way! ANY way that makes you happy!
What you will get:
  • Exclusive access to our private DT group where we post free images, upcoming challenge themes, and all our super-secret plans!
  • Up to FOUR (4) FREE images from The Stamping Boutique per month. We would likeyou to use those images for challenge inspiration, but if you have something else you'd rather use, that's ok too!
  • Free blog traffic! We provide links to your blog from our TLL Blog and from the Lounge, so you'll be plastered all over the internet! Hundreds of people will have the pleasure of seeing your newest creations!
How to apply:
  • Pick out your favorite 1 or 2 projects and paste them in an email
  • Include your Blog address in that email, if you have a blog
  • Tell us a little about yourself and your favorite crafting styles
  • Make sure you include your name and some way to contact you!
  • Send that email

Now, back to our regularly scheduled programming. So far, I've posted every day this week, can you believe it? I love this Indian Tilda and I thought she'd be perfect to experiment a little more with skin colors. I used E11, E13, and E17 for her skin and I love the color. She's stamped on Make It Colour paper.

For embellishment, I used Butterfly Swirls from Make It Crafty and covered much of the chipboard with orange Stickels. I added flowers, ribbon, and buttons.

I'd like to enter this card in the following challenges:
1. Just Magnolia #117 - buttons, bows, and blooms
2. Magnolia Down Under #107 - Bingo! - ribbon, sparkles, and chipboard
3. iCopic #41 - skin tones

Happy Crafting!



Rhonda Miller said...

Jen, what a fabulous card. I love the image and the butterfly swirls.

Louise said...

Hello there :)
What a gorgeous card you're showcasing today :)
Stunning colours and amazingly inked cute to the boot Indian Tilda :)
Fab papers too :)

Thank you so much for joining us in MDUC this week :)
Welcome back
Hugs, Louise MDUC dt

Hestia's Helper said...

WOW! Jen!!
You're getting to be a real pro with those markers!!
I LOVE how you did her dress, with the folds in just the right places!! And her hair!! WOWSERS!! Looks so lifelike!!
And your color choices are perfect!
Love the orange "bling" too! (-:


Debbie Pamment said...

Ooooh I LURVE your colour combo - and you KNOW I think you're amazing! The whole card has such a lovely exotic feel. Gorgeous job.
Thanx for joining us at MDUC this week.

Bron said...

THe colours on this card are so striking. The overall card is fantastic. Thanks for sharing it with us at MDUC this week hugs from Bron :D

thescrapmaster said...

Awesome job with your skin tone! It looks beautiful! Thanks so much for playing with iCopic this week! I hope to see you back next time.

Jilly said...

It is such a very much inspiration work how you did her dress, with the folds in just the right places. Also awesome job with her skin first aid kits