The Sketchy Challenges #23 Bubbling Tilda

Ooops; I’m a day late with my card for the Sketchy Challenges…but here’s the sketch, designed by Kathrin:
…and this is my take on it:
In Sweden we have the expression “Grönt är skönt”, which translated into English means something like Green is pleasant/nice.  I couldn’t agree more; this is the second card in a row I’m making, using green and I love it. Especially these gorgeous green-grey Copics hues; I used to have only BG93 and had difficulties finding markers it would match with, but now that I’ve added BG90 and BG96 to my collection, it was soooo much fun!  :-)

Challenges
Midweek Magnolias – #10 Monotone/chrome
Polka Doodles – #19 Monochromatic Shades
Anything Goes – #66 Things with Wings
Paper Sundaes – #120 Things with Wings
Deep Ocean – #25 What a wonderful woman!

The green glittery chipboards I bought ages ago in a craft store; can’t even remember when and where. I had no idea what to use them for when I bought them, but they were on sale, so I couldn’t resist and they turned out to be perfect for this card!!! The Magnolia stamp is close to antique; it’s from the Fairy Collection 2010, but it’s the first time I’ve inked her up. Hehe; everything do come to use. It’s just a matter of time. The other gender simply don’t understand the philosophy of “can be good to have”… 😉
Card Ingredients
Stamp: “Bubbling Tilda” /Fairytale Coll., Magnolia
Copics: BG96, BG93, BG90 Hair: E37, E25, E31, E51
Papers: “Lili of the Valley” /Fairytale of Spring, Pion Design
Dies: “Heart Swirl”, Magnolia Doohickey
Embellishments: Chipboard (K&Company), Flowers (WOC), Lace, String, Heart Crystals, Cheese Cloth, Doily (Stash).
Misc.: “Tea Dye” &”Peeled Paint” Distress Inks, “White Opal” Liquid Pearls, “Stardust” Stickles, Gel Pen (Ranger), Chalk.

Thanks for stopping by – have a good Sunday,

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