The copics I used are" RV10, RV13, C2, B00, R20, E00, E11, E31, E35, E37, E18, E21, E25, E29, RV02, RV04, YG13, YG17. I have been dying to use that cute "meow" ribbon and somehow this seemed the place. The butterflies are from the Hero Arts combo set (stamps and dies) That pretty light pink flower came from a Simon Says Stamp monthly kit. I hand delivered this card so I could do pretty much whatever suited me! I thought Tilda's pants came out rather interesting to say the least! This image is from a kit exchange about 2 years ago from the Magnoliaicious (not so sure I spelled that right) yahoo group. I used some of the items in one of those exchange kits. Wasn't too sure of the paper I was coloring on so I didn't want to use too much ink. I sure hope the ones I sent inspired whoever got them to use them. I just wasn't very good at making use of things someone else had picked out for me. When I looked at the kits not too long ago, I decided that they were just so nice I had to use at least some of them. As I colored this Tilda, I really enjoyed it. Think I might just have to add her to my ever growing collection! Here is the inside:
That is a border sticker over the ends of the front ribbon. I loved this pattern paper and figured I could showcase it on the inside. What do you think?
And you will never guess what I have been up to. I actually cleaned out my "sewing" room! Took me 4 days!!! I am getting rid of anything I am not or will not be using. I guess I have enough stuff to see me through the rest of my life!!! I still have a lot of needlework left and of course my papercrafts but have eliminated all my quilting stuff. I do still have a lot of sewing stuff but not nearly any next to what I had!! So now I can actually vacuum the floor and move my chair!! I am going to put a filing cabinet in a corner as I love storing my stamps that way. I am hoping that I can fit the 12 x 12 plastic containers that I keep the wooden stamps in the drawers. That would give me that much more "clean" area. But if not, I will find another way. Probably my next post will have a lot of cricut stuff on it as I haven't played with my new art philosophy cartridge yet - I had made myself a promise to clean out my stuff before doing anything else. It's way too hard to do that if you are in the middle of something. Guess that is what I love about card making - you finish them!!! Hugs to you all, Barb F