Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Another Magnolia Tulip Tilda card

Hi there again :)

Remember this post?? Where I told you I made another thing with Tulip/Truike Tilda??
Well... here it is... It's really different. I really wanted to challenge myself to a black & white Tilda as I thought this image also could fit a "with sympathy"-card, so I started with the markers... but.... the image transformed in more blue-black than black/brown black that matches the patterned papers.

Ok, I read about this on the internet, but I kept coloring, so I now have a finished image :) Anyhow...

So I stamped another sweet image of Tulip/Truike Tilda and now I started to play with the other markers :)


I tell ya!! They matched the papers I wanted to use perfectly! *Yahoo!!*

Here's the card I made:

Seriously!!! I didn't make my photo sepia or black-white... these really are the colors of the paper and image!! Cool eh??!!
And did you notice I used the same layout as this post?? It's totally different if you use other colors :)

A shot of the front of the card:

A detailphoto...

Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned papers: MME; Image: Magnolia; Ribbon: Stampin'Up; Baubles: StampingBella; Ink: Memento; Coloring medium: Copics; Pen: ZIG

Thank you so much for coming, really appreciate it :)

Oh... before I forget... here you can see the difference between the colors used.....

really different eh??

Again thank you for coming and sorry for the long post :)


paola said...

WOW!!! what a fabulous card, the coloring is phenomenal! i havent tried this form of coloring and may just have to! STUNNING!!!

celia said...

Wow wat ben jij weer bezig geweest!!!Heel knap gedaan al deze verschillen...het is schitterend hoe je laat zien hoe je met één afdrukje verschillende uiteenlopende kaartjes kan maken!!Knap knap!!!

scrappinpeg said...

This is beautiful for a sympathy card. The Tilda image and the colors are great for this. I need to color more like this too. Great job...
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Corinne said...

WOW your card is absolutely stunning. I really like how it turned out. It truly looks like you took the photo in black and white. Which Copics did you use to get this color...I would love to try this style of coloring to get the monochrome look.

Barb Hardeman said...

OMG, This is a fabulous card. You hve colored Tilda so beautiuflly that she really takes central stage amongst your beautiful background papers. What an excellent card!

Patricia Garcia said...

Beautiful card, Love the papers you used!! Tilda is adorable!!


LINDA W. said...

Great card....I haven't tried this yet I need
to.Love how your card turned out
Hugs Linda W.

cabio's craft corner said...

Cute mono tone Tilda. Lovely layout and great lol details.

Christine Riley said...

This is beautiful! Love your black and white coloring, it's so elegant.
Hugs, Christine

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