Bride Tilda from Magnolia Ink No. 2

 

Yay!  Since the Magnolia Ink No. 3 is now published, we are allowed to post our cards and projects from the second magazine ~  Fairytale edition.    This is my “Tilda bride wedding card” found on page 15.   I’ve used the new Bride Tilda stamp, colored with Copics, cut out and mounted with dimensionals onto a Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Six die cut shape.

 

 

The DP is from Melissa Frances and I’ve added some Kaiser white pearls. The silk ribbon flowers are all from Michael’s wedding section.   For Tilda’s flower bouquet, I added some white Flower Soft and Star Dust Stickles on top of that.   Here’s a closeup photo:

 

 

Thanks for visiting today!   Hope you’re having a good week.

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Copics Used:   G21, 24, 94;  BG000;  YR23, 24, 31;   E000, 00, 01, 11;   R000, 01, 11, 20;  W0, 1

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Comments

  1. Stargroves says:

    Mary this is perfect, love that Nestie you’ve used

  2. Rebekka says:

    This is just stunning girl!! Love the nesties and the design paper is just perfect as is your coloring 🙂

  3. Just beautiful 🙂 Did you chalk the background ??

  4. Darling stamp and darling card…dum, dum, dum-dum! Tilda’s bouquet is beautiful and so sparkly! Love this card and there are all sorts of weddings coming up! thanks!

  5. Wow Mary! So stunning, love it!

    Hugs,
    Maylee

  6. Gorgeous! Love all the details, as usual!

  7. OMG!!! Stunning..

  8. Sandy in NH says:

    WHAT AN ADORABLE BRIDE!!

  9. This just goes to show you why you are famous Miss Mary! I always look forward to your wonderful creations!

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