Thursday, 29 September 2011

Inky Impressions with tissue paper!

I did have this post scheduled for earlier today but blogger decided not to post it! Oh well, better late than never I suppose.

I have made a dt card for Inky Impressions and also did a quick paper tissue flower tutorial over on the Inky Impressions Inspirational blog.
I am not showing the tutorial here, you will have to pop over to the Inspirational blog if you want to see it, but I am showing my card that I used a flower on :)

I have used Lili's Present and coloured as usual with Promarkers.
I cut her out and placed her in a die cut shape and inked the edges in gold. I've used the same Christmas papers that I used the other day (just can't help myself! lol) and placed a punched border strip at either side of the middle strip of dp. Some ribbons from my stash, a few flowers with a Inky Dinky Drop in the centre and a handmade paper tissue flower which I covered in stickles :)

Here's a close up of the tissue paper flower and you can also see the Inky Dinky drops better here.
Why not pop over to the Inspirational blog and check out all the fab tutorials from the design team?

The challenge over at the Inky Impressions challenge blog today where it's team B's turn to do the challenge is "Punches and Dies" so my card is perfect for that :)

I am also entering my card into the following challenges.
Sketch Saturday - I followed their sketch
The Paper Shelter- For The Girls
Bows and Berries- Glitter (there's loads of glitter on my flower)
Southern Girls challenge- Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp- Anything Goes
Digi Designs Challenge- Make Your Own Flowers


Anonymous said...

I saw your fabulous tutorial hun!! Gorgeous flower and even more gorgeous card!! Thanks for sharing!! HUGS

Nannieflash said...

Gorgeous image and I love your colour choice and fabulous papers. hugs Shirleyxxx

Lisa Jane said...

oh this is so pretty - and that flower looks fabulous
Lisa x

Ria said...

What a gorgeouss card Lora :) thanks for joining the Inky Impressions Challenge:) But you can't win the digi stamp and you can not be counted for the GDT spot ;) hahahhahaha Dt members are not suppose to win ROTFLMAO:)nice try hun hahahah
hugs Ria

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Lora :-) very cute image and I love the tissue flower ,,, stunning !! :-)

thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
Lols x x x

Angelica said...

Lora, this is stunning. Love the flowers.

Maya said...

Such a wonderful card!
Love the tissue flower :)
Thank you for joining us at SS,
hugs from Maya

Jaspere said...

Wow! Fabulous!!

Wilma Z said...

Gorgeous card and fab handmade flowers. Love the color combo. Thanks for joining us at Di's Digis.

Joey said...

Lora your tutorial is fabulous thankyou! this is a great card, thanks for supporting team b. Joey xx

Carrie said...

totally amazing. Such a fabby card xx

coldwaters2 said...

Wow, Lora this is gorgeous love that little cutie image, the design and papers look lovely and that flower is amazing.
Lorraine x

Cheryl Walker said...

OMgosh your card is DARLING!!!!! I love your image you used, she is tooo sweet!! Beautiful job!! And thank you sooo very much for joining us at Inky Impressions die cut challenge :)

Tracey Manderson said...

Lovely card.Thanks for joining us at The Paper Shelter, and good luck with the Challenge.

Jocelyn Olson said...

What a pretty, pretty card! Love the colors you used and the flowers are beautiful. Thanks for playing along with us at Bows and Berries!

Shelly said...

Such a beautiful card, I love the handmade flower! Thanks for joining us at Digi Designs Challenge, Shelly ;)

Shelly said...

Such a beautiful card, I love the handmade flower! Thanks for joining us at Digi Designs Challenge, Shelly ;)

Sharon Basel said...

Lora this is gorgeous - that beautiful handmade flower just tops it off. Fab coloring too!

Robin said...

Really pretty glittery flower! Thanks so much for playing with Bows and Berries!

Jackie said...

What a fabulous card! I love the soft colors you used on this Lili, you made her look so regal. Fabulous job!