Tuesday, May 12, 2009

MDUC #11

Wow what a challenge. I have been thinking for the last few day's of what I was going to do. Then my label die cut's came in the mail and I knew that I had to use them. And then I was on Andrea's blog and she had used sticky strip with her supernova. So I decided to do that too. The rest of the card just fell in place. I must say even though I like the new in colours, I really love the old ones.

In this card I used afternoon tea D.S.P and some other old D.S.P that I don't know the name of. Some choc chip textured paper, soft sky C.S. Some new felt flowers of choc chip and baja breeze with a choc chip button. I put sticky strip on my label C.S and then put supernove choc chip all over. I really like the effect it has given. I painted the beautiful little Tilda in choc chip, close to cocoa, wild wasabi, groovy guava, soft sky and blush blossom. I really love colouring in at the moment. It's very theaputic.

Check out the Magnolia challenge here to see all the great creations from the clever magnolia girls.

Thanks for looking.


Debbie Pamment said...

This is really gorgeous Philippa - you've done a fabulous job with your new nesties! Hope you are loving them now!!! I love your colour combo too - it's so soft and feminine!

Kristy said...

Phillipa this is just stunning! I love your colours, and fab job at colouring. Thanks for playing.

Vikki said...

what a beautifully sweet card.
really lovely
V :)

Kellie said...

Gorgeous entry…Thanks so much for playing along and joining us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges. Hope to see you back again next challenge.

Cheryl Joshua said...

Gorgeous,love the colour combo and DP and your LO is fabulous!!!
Thanks for joining us at MDUC.

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Oh ... love the choc chip supernova, don't you Phillipa??? Thanks for the link to my blog! Hopefully I will be back posting regularly soon after all my computer probs. I love these Magnolia stamps ... although I don't have any of my own! I might need to indulge sometime soon! Hugs, Andrea - EnchantINK