So here's what I made this afternoon: It may look like I did a little masking with the fence, but no, I just stamped tilda, then the fence over her, then stamped another tilda and cut her out to paste over the top (a little longer than the real stamp....maybe I need to make a video of how I did it). Just a little hint on the cut edges: I run a gray marker over the edge to soften it up and make the cuts "fade away".
So maybe, just maybe, this card will work for a girly birthday card. This May, I've got a boy birthday card to make, a girl birthday card to make, three mother's day cards for my sisters and a birthday card for my aunt to make this month so I sure hope my muse will cooperate!
I also have begun the BIG job of cleaning out my "crap" room and organizing it up A LOT...so, perhaps this little magical Tilda is giving me a little support. If only that magic wand would work in my room.
Here are the details on this card:
Stamps: Magnolia Spellcaster Tilda, Magic Wand, Spring Fence
Patterned Paper: Imaginisce For Peeps Sake: Drapin' Daisies (front and back used)
Plain Cardstock: DCWV cardstock teal, Club Scrap Cream (unknown kit)
Punch (inside): EK success
Atyu Spika Clear glitter pen
Inkssentials White Gel Pen
Karen Foster White Floss
QK small tag
Copic Black Multiliner for sentiment
Versamagic Sea Breeze ink for distressing
Dress/Socks: G0000, G000, G00, G40, G02
Shoes: C1, C3
Skin: R000, R00, R20
Hair: YR31, YR20, YR14, YR24, E15
Stars: Y15, Y17
Fence: C1, E51
Flowers/Grass: Y17, Y21, YG25, YG 63, G82
I did happen to do a little with the inside of the card too. You know, with so much work on the outside, you just can't possibly leave the inside bare, right???
Have a great week!