Friday, January 14, 2011

Magnolia's Native American Indian Tilda


Magnolia's Native American Indian Tilda. This is actually turquoise, but in the photo's it looks more like a light blue. I think I need smaller beads, but that will be tough, these are tiny as it is :o)
I heated the fake(leather), can't remember what it is called, but you heat it, then stamp your image, and I used a friendship & buffalo stamp from retired Stampin Up sets.

Copics BG18, BG49, BG45, BG15 for turquoise, limited copic, and I make them work :o)
Face I used E11, E02, E00, E000 & E33
I used Creative Memories tools to cut the ovals and as far as paper, from my stash!
Twine, seed beads & feathers.

My whole house except for my stamp room is Native American Indian decor, and has been for several years now. I love Native American Indian anything just about.  In the stamp room I have Moose valance, and still working on it. Not much room, it's too full of stamp stuff collected over the last 6 years or so.

16 comments:

Sandy said...

You really do Native American images very well --- you capture the Southwest that's for sure. I really like it.
Sandy Dehon

Leslie Avila said...

I love it!! The leather is a nice touch. I can tell it's turquoise. Just beautiful!
Hugs, Leslie

Barb Hardeman said...

Fabulous! Love the leather and the feathers - so authentic! Really a delightful card...hugs...Barb

jamiegee said...

Wow! I love the card. I've never seen feathers used, but it such a great touch with the Native American Tilda. Great work!

Hugs,
Jamie

Card Crazy said...

She's just darling. I agree that you've really captured the Native American spirit. Lovely card.
Sue S.

Rene said...

Seriously cannot tell you how much I LOOOOVE your colors! Fantastic!
Rene :D

Cricket said...

Very cute. I just bought this stamp tonight. After seeing your cute Tilda, I can't wait to user her.

Mistyrose said...

I love this card and Magnolia is a great name :) I hope you keep sharing new ideas with all of us.

BTW
Thank you, for following my journey. You should enter this card in my online friends challenge. You do amazing work. Good Luck

Myrna said...

Wonderful job on your Native American Tilda! Love all the accents for your card they are a perfect complement.

Charlotte said...

I love all of your cards. They are darling. I too am from Indiana and my hubby is also a firefighter and I have Southwest stuff in my house also. We will be married 15 yrs this July. I couldnt believe how much we have in common.
Angeluver2

Pam said...

Love everything about your card but especially the beads. TFS
Hugs from Indiana,
Pam:)

Mistyrose said...

This is the winner of my first online challege :) This is a lovely card. I would love to buy these stamps, you gotta let us know where you got them :)

Lisa said...

Very pretty! Thanks for joining us at 7 Kids Challenge!

Jessica said...

Aw, how cute! Great job on the challenge!

Suzanne J Dean said...

Beautifully done--love the colors, feathers and of course the cuter Indian girl! Thanks for joining us at the 7 Kids Challenge!

hugz,
Suzanne

Sweet Magnolia Rose said...

Hi Leah,

I love your stamps :0) I can't wait to but some. I was wondering if you got your package? I also wanted to tell you, I have another challenge called "Blog Hop Challenge" going on right now. I would love for you to enter.