Monday, April 30, 2012

Magnolia's Ballerina Tilda "SWEET"

 Magnolia's Ballerina....all I can say is "SWEET"

I'm trying to get back in the "groove" oh man, it's been tough! I colored an image, and ripped it up...I was finally able to get several images inked and colored, we'll see how fast I get them made into a card :O)

I used the new Distress Limited color....Peacock Feathers.


terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

Cute card. Go check out:

June Nelson said...

This is beautiful me darlin and love the depth of colour on this one just fantastic xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Sue Nicholson said...

Very pretty beautiful card, lovely colours and embellishments. thanks for joining us at SGC, good luck cheers Sue N x

Linda Palmer said...

This is a beautiful card and I love the colors you used. I think all your cards are great and love reading your blog.

Kasey ~ in Oz said...

Thanks for getting your girly on with us! This is such a totally gorgeous project!

Kasey ~ in Oz
Southern Girls DT

Sandy said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!! I love the colors and the buttons. Your coloring is out of this world!!!! Love your work Leah Ann!!

Sassy Raggedy said...

Beautiful Easel Card. I have that stamp and still have not used it. Gonna have to get it out now. She is colored so well and your embellies are wonderful. Sassy Raggedy

sue w. said...

Hi Anne, this is so beautiful. I love anything Tilda too and have just made a card using this fab image, she is a favourite!
Hugs Sue W.

Bea und Doreen said...

such a gorgeous easel card.
Love this little Tilda
Many thanks for joining us at Stamptacular Sunday this week

Bettina L. said...

This is a fab easel card and I love the details with the pompom, flowers and colours. Thanks for playing at Stamptacular Sunday Challenge and good luck. Hope to see you back sunday for a new challenge. Bettina xx

Gail said...

You have painted absolutely fantastic with the distress inks. OMGosh I can't believe how outstanding this card, and ALL your cards are. I am sooo glad you found me so now I've found you!!! Hugs, Gail