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Tilda and Friends


My card today is an easel birthday card.  I wanted to try masking and this is what I came up with.  Tilda with her friends greeting a special someone a Happy Birthday.   Masking for me sounded like quite a tideous job, but I thought I should try it anyways.  I am happy with the result considering I did it only in one try and my first.  Next time, I would really like Tilda to sit on something.  I need to do more research on masking.  Thank you to everyone out there with all the tutorials.  All of you are an inspiration to me. 

I stamped Tilda with puppy and Rufus from Magnolia-licious  and the cat is from WOJ  with Memento Tuxedo Black.  Colored them all with copics.  Inks  used are CTMH and Stampin Up. Cardstock used are from Brazzill Basics.  Designer paper are from GCD Studios. Used tulip vintage corner die from cuttlebug for the corners.

This card I am entering in these challenges:

Paper Play Challenge   Furry friends

Stampavie and more   Easelcard

Simon Says Stamp challenge   Chabby chic, signs of wear and tear, distressing 

The Pink Elelphant   Birthday

One Stop Craft Challenge   Fancy Edges or corners

Allsorts Challenge Week 35    Pink and Brown

Papertake Weekly Challenge 32  sketch

Creative Inspiration   something new you have received or bought after new year (cuttlebug vintage dies on the corners

WEll now, do you think I am getting addicted to the challenges?  I think I know the answer :) This is it for today.  Thank you so much for giving me some of your busy time.  I really appreaciate it.  All the comments I receive are so heart warming and makes me feel confident to make more and that I am a part of the world of blogland :) 

See ya next post,

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