Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Devine Tilda CAS

Hi there.
I have a quick CAS Magnolia card to share with you.  This is Devine Tilda from the waiting for Christmas Collection.  She is one of my favorite stamps because you can use her for any occasion.

I colored this image using Copic Sketch markers and tried to to a "no lines" technique.  It's been a while since I tried to do this technique.   I used Antique Linen Distress Ink pad to stamp the image. The DI is very light so bleeding or smudging isn't really my concern here.  I have seen Alice Wertz use Antique Linen on her images so I thought I'd give it a try.
Since DI's are not oil based, there are safe for Copic nibs.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope to see you again soon!

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  1. Hi Mae, she is super cute. I'm still loving those cute hearts.

  2. Simple and Super Cute...Hermosa!!!

  3. What a sweet card. I love the simplicity of it and those hearts. Could you tell me where you got them?

    1. Hi Lindah. Thank you for your lovely comment. Those hearts are made from air dry clay. I used Martha Stewarts white clay and the heart mold is the ones used for icing and candies. HTH
      Hugs, Mae

    2. Thanks for the info. Love how they look.