As promised, here's another Magnolia card... and again, using a Magnolia *mini* stamp ;-)
Isn't that indian soooo cute? :-)
I colored her with darker colors... Distress Inks Tattered Rose and Vintage Photo... at least that's not the skin color combination that I usually work with... I always use lighter colors Tattered Rose and Tea Dye for skin tones ;-) But still I liked the results... she looks like a real indian :-)
Now this is an easel card made with Nestabilities... and when you open it up, it looks like this:
The flowers are pre-made paper flowers that I found at my local craft store. And the sentiment is also from Magnolia.
I'm really enjoying working with these minis... as they are so easy to fit in cards and also very quick to prepare ;-) So if you have them, I'm sure you'll enjoy to work with them as well!
OK as always... at the end of this post is the materials' list... and IF life doesn't interfere with my hobby, I hope to come back soon with more Magnolia.
Thanks for visiting me and for all your lovely comments!!
- Patterned Paper - October Afternoon
- Stamps - Magnolia
- Inks - StazOn Timber Brown, Color Box Chalk, Distress Inks (Hair: Antique Linen, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain; Skin: Tattered Rose, Vintage Photo, Aged Mahogany; Dress & Loafers: Scattered Straw, Spun Sugar; Headband: Spun Sugar, Fired Brick; Necklace: Tumbled Glass)
- Oval, Scalloped Oval & Tag Templates - Nestabilities by Spellbinders
- Border Punch - Martha Stewart
- Other - Paper flowers, ribbon, rhynestones