7 Kids College Fund ~ Strip it Down!

All That Scraps Wednesday Challenge card can be found HERE. 

 

 

 

Yay!  Time for a new challenge at 7 Kids College Fund Challenge blog.   This week our challenge is ~ Strip it Down!    You may be wondering what exactly this means . . . I sure did!    We’d like your entry to be no more than two layers of DP.   Pretty easy!     

This cutie is the adorable Chinese Tilda from the new Magnolia Bon Voyage Collection.   I’ve always loved oriental images, especially with cherry blossoms!   She’s been paired up with this gorgeous Memory Box paper that has lots of blossoms on it.

 

 

The sentiment is computer generated and says Wishing you peace . . . unfortunately, I used a black Spica glitter pen over it,  which doesn’t show up very well in the photo.    I did have fun creating  what is called a Shoji Folding Screen/Room Divider behind Tilda.  I’ve used vellum paper for a more authentic, somewhat sheer look as in the sample photo below. 

  

 

So, we have another super easy challenge this week and an awesome prize!   All the details can be found on the 7 Kids College Fund Challenge blog.   Be sure to check out the AWESOME samples from the Design Team!   I hope you can join us.

If you’d like to do a little shopping, 7 Kids has the following new products just listed:

 

Thanks for stopping in today!

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Supplies Used:  

  • Copics:   E000, 50, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59;   R000, 00, 01, 11, 20, 30, 39, 59,  81, 83, 85, 89;  W1, 3, 5, 10
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    Comments

    1. OMG!!! This is stunning…

    2. Carole from Chicago says:

      Oh, Mary…….this is absolutely GORGEOUS!! A real WOW!!

    3. Mary, this is absolutely stunning!!

    4. Rose Kerry says:

      Your Tilda is so adorable, your card is awesome, beautiful work!!

    5. Mary this is stunning girl.. love how you did the screen, and your coloring is fabulous.

    6. Mary your card looks stunning! Absolutely gorgeous! ♥♥♥ I love your coloring and this sweet Tilda looks so lovely! ^_^

      Hugs,
      Manuela

    7. Gorgeous, gorgeous!! Love this!!

    8. OMGosh Mary this is stunning, what an outstanding job you did on this card! I love your design–your shoji door is beautiful and so is your coloring!

    9. Gorgeous, Mary! I’ll see if I can get in on this challenge. I just placed not one, but two orders with 7 Kids. “When will it end?!” LOL

    10. OMG! Can I have that card?!! This is amazing and very beautiful. Love the flower and the creative use of the vellum to make the shoji doors. Tilda is very elegant in her asian attire. Super awesome card Mary!!

    11. OMG – still cuter on your blog sit – I LOVE IT!!!

    12. Love the folding screen and the many small white flower embellishments. Fantastic job!

    13. Wow Mary! This is so gorgeous! I love the scene with the delicate Japanese walls. And of course, Tilda is fabulous!

      Julie

    14. I adore this card!! It is so beautiful and creative , I don’t think there are enough words to describe how pretty it is.

      Hugs,
      Shelby

    15. Wow, this card is absolutely beautiful! You put alot thought and I’m guessing alot time. thanks for sharing.

    16. good gravy this is perfect! And i do mean PERFECT! Love it!

    17. Mary, what an elegant and beautiful card. Love the ribbon.

    18. Miss you bunches…13 month computer went DOA last week. Should be up and running possibly this weekend!!!

      This stamp would be awesome for use with where I work and a little girl in my class…hmmmm! Great paper and your vellum screen is such as great touch! Typical Mary…perfect!

    19. Nice card, must have spent lots of time on it.

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