Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Papercraft Star Challenge #43

     Yes, yes, I know.  I can hear you all scratching your heads and muttering "where did this come from"?  All I can say is blame it on this weeks photo inspiration at Papercraft Star.  LOL Candy and bright red and yellow just reached out and slapped me so this is what evolved.  This is my first ever Magnolia.  My sweet sweet friend Silvia sent me a ton of stamped images to play with and this was one of them.  I immediately grabbed it because of the lollipop.  I mean, it couldn't go with that photo any better.  Then I won the candy cart image over at Make It Colorful with old Mexico Phil and Horhay and look what's sticking up out of it--lollipops!  What else could I do but combine the two. {grin}
     I'm happy with the card other than the Tilda.  I think I should have colored her clothing something besides pink--probably yellow--but I went with the pink and there was no going back since I only had one copy of the image.
     I think you all have probably figured out by now that I'm a pretty eclectic card maker.  You never know what you'll find here.  LOL
     So take a look at that inspiration photo in my sidebar and lets see what you can come up with.  Get your project linked up by 9:00 p.m. EST on Sunday.  Don't forget, our Grand Prize this month is being provided by The Scrapbooking Cottage.    
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     Have a fantastic week!



Supplies

Papers:  Bazzill, Adorn It, Copic Expree-it Blending card, Georgia Pacific
Stamps:  Make It Crafty "Candy Cart", Magnolia "Lollipop Tilda"
Copics

            Cart  R24, R27, R29, Y02, Y08, Y28, N1, N3, N5, N7,
            Candy  RV10, RV21, RV23, B000, B00, B02, YR61, YR65, YR68, R24, R29, YO4, YO6
            Ground  C0, C2
            Skin  E000, E00, E11, R20
            Hair  E50, E53, E57
            Clothing  RV10, RV21, RV23, RV25
Tools:  sewing machine
Miscellaneous:  Kraft Outlet Red Baker's Twine, button from my stash

19 comments:

  1. That is so sweet and fun, it reminds me of carnival, what a great image with very skillful coloring, you are good at that! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Looks great! I'm sure your friend knew you'd come up with something awesome when she sent you that stamp! (And don't you love it when things work out like that?)

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  3. Nice work!!!
    Many greetings, hennie.

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  4. that is just stunning! I love how simple and elegant and young and pretty it is. I simply love it.
    May xx

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  5. Hi Tracey! Another brilliant card! I just love being able to merge fantastic backgrounds to make scenes like this. Well done!
    You were asking about the age of our house. It was built in the 1920s, 1924 or 26. It's a typical Southern house, although the inside was renovated in the 1970's to include closets and a bathroom. Actually the whole house was moved from town to the country (where we now live) in the 70s.I'm really glad cos the area it came from has really gone down hill in recent years and the old houses neglected. Hate to see that.

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  6. I see that same cart showed up in PCS's winner from last week ! Your coloring is so beautiful, and you are improving even, how is that possible !!!! You always amaze and surprise me - and I should know by now !!

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  7. You made a brilliant combination with the 2 different stamps Tracy, welcome to the Magnolia club girl {grin} ! But Jan's utterly right, your colouring is marvellous!! Hugs, Ira

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  8. This is so pretty, Tracy! I love how you combined the two images and I think they are perfect together! Great job!

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  9. So, so, pretty! I'm so happy to see you finally using the Magnolia stamps...you'll be addicted soon. I'm just sorry I didn't send you more of the same images...However, your image is perfect and it goes very well with the rest of the scene, marvelous job with your coloring Tracy, your are a pro with these Copics now...way to go!! Hope to see more of your Magnolias real soon....

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  10. Tracy, this card absolutely fantastic! The image, colors and coloring are perfect.

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  11. What a wonderful and fun card Tracy! I love it! Your coloring is fantastic and the color choices are perfect! You know that every little girl wants to wear pink and pick the red lollipop! lol :o)

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  12. I am thinking her pink dress looks wonderful.. Your coloring is awesome my friend.. I think I need a couple of lessons.. Hope you are having an awesome week..

    Hugs, Linda

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  13. Tracy, your card is awesome! It brought a smile to my face the moment I saw it. The combination of images is so perfect. I always love to see what you do next. Hugs, Sarah

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  14. So so pretty... Tracy your cards are always so beautiful. I really love them. If i wanted to participate in this challenge, where do I go to link up my creation?

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  15. Beautiful card! Thanks for letting me know I have only linked to the photo.. ohhhh stupid!! Yeah Mr Wilson is growing really fast.. he is 16 week now.. on the once upon a time lay out he was only 6 weeks but he is so sweet and funny! Hugs and thanks for your sweet comment.. Marley

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  16. Oh, Tracy! I think the pink for little Miss Magnolia is just perfect!! This is a fantastic card!

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  17. Wow! This stamp couldn't be more perfect for the inspirational photo. It was made for this challenge. Great job, Tracy!

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  18. Very cute! Sweet images and lovely card.

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