Here's my story... I dedicated yesterday morning to making an Easter card with my new Magnolia Easter stamps. I was relaxed, took my time, and three hours later I was very happy with the results. I left my craft room and went about the rest of my day. Last night, just before going to bed, I popped my head into my craft room to admire my card once again and realized just what I had done!!! Tilda was hovering in mid air above the grass!!!!!! Now this particular Tilda is part of the Easter collection and not the 'magic' collection, so I knew something had gone awry. NOW WHAT!!! Think, Think, Think........I grabbed my markers and began to draw more blades of grass and tried to make it appear as though Tilda was standing on a little mound of grass. It wasn't working and I didn't want to scrap the entire project. How about Flower Soft???? I didn't have the right colors. I decided to make a trip to the craft store in the morning. Needless to say, I had some very stressful dreams last night.
Finally, morning came and I eventually made my way to Archiver's. Check out my card to see how things turned out. I'm very relieved.
Isn't she the cutest??? I used both #3027 Chicken Tilda and #461 Three Eggs. They're available at Magnolia-licious and they're both from the Hoppy Easter collection. The dp's are from My Mind's Eye - Quite Contrary and they just scream spring and Easter!!! They just make me smile :-) The cs is Bazzill. Do you like the grass??? I made my own mixture of: Fun Flock - Sour Apple Green; Sparkly Fluff - Irish Green & Brown Sugar. It's fuzzy and I just love it!!! What a fix!!! Anyway, the flowers are from Daisy Doodles, K&Company and Prima. The little green crystals are from Magnolia and you can get them at Magnolia-licious. The ribbon is just basic craft ribbon. I used Stickles on the flowers and Tilda's bow.
Here you can better see the dimension of the card. I just love layers! I colored the images using watercolor with distress inks and Copic markers.
Thank you for visiting my today. I hope you enjoyed my creation. Try to find some time to color.