Thursday, May 6, 2010

Stamp Something Challenge

Good Morning again! This is too many posts in one day (tee-hee!) but if I don't get
this new little Tilda card entered into the drawing over for the Stamp Something Challenge today, I'll be too late!

I was drooling over the beautiful Distress Ink coloring over at Kim Piggot's blog yesterday, and I decided to to try it out again, now that I have some hot press watercolor paper. I think Tilda looks like she was out picking her flowers in sub-zero temps, but I'll work on my technique for faces as time goes on! Kim has a wonderful tutorial on her site, and there are a couple of others that have helped me on YouTube.

The recipe:

Tilda with flowers
SU! sentiment
Speckled cardstock
(source unknown, it came from a friend who meant to get all white)
Core-dinations yellow dots
Pink/yellow gingham--Paper PizazzSU! cardstock--Pink Passion
scraps of hot pink and yellow cardstock
Distress Inks--Ranger
Ribbon, buttons, scrap fabric and pins--my stash
That little shimmery square of fabric behind Tilda is a sample from a company that sells flag-making supplies. I got it years ago when my daughter's Girl Scout troop was making a flag for a winter camping competition in which they participated. I save all sorts of random things!
another little detail that didn't translate well on camera is the icy Stickles on the flowers.

A glimpse inside:


Silvie Z said...

Adorable! , I love it!

Pat said...

Hi Pam...I think you did a beautiful job w/distress inks. And I like Tilda's rosy cheeks. I just got my inks yesterday and am waiting for my hot press paper to I'll be checking out those tutorials today!! I LOVE the distress ink look...and this card is absolutely adorable! The inside is a pretty as the outside. Just beautiful!! Pat Frank

Kim Piggott said...

Oh wow Pam this is absolutely beautiful!
Your colouring is amazing and your design is so pretty!
Thank you so very much for your mention you are so sweet!
kim x

Candy said...

Pam this card is wonderful. Tilda is coloured just perfectly - love her rosie cheeks! Like the addition of your buttons, flower and colourful pins :o)
Hugs, Candy