Sunday, January 30, 2011

Spellcaster Tilda

Today I took a short break from drawning images for my other site, DigiDrawn and got back to creating another Tilda card! This Spellcaster Tilda was purchased months ago, but I had yet to ink her up!

This card was kind of an experiment. I really didn't know what colours to use... so I DIDN'T! I decided on simply Copics C0 to C6. The only colours this card has is the reflective rainbows the beautiful prism paper gives off. I thought this paper, which was a gift from a new friend, would give the card it's magic; it changes depending upon how you hold it!

This stamp is too cute -- I love her sheer apron; so I used a Copic Clear Spica pen on it, her wings, the star and the sparkles around her wand to give them a bit of bling. It's hard to see on camera; you  may be able to see this effect better here (especially if you click on it to zoom in):

The prism paper was used as the mat under the TPC Studio Class Act Dots patterned paper. I punched out 16 Martha Stewart's Deco Fan corners and taped them individually around the Spellbinders die-cut Tilda image. I inked the edge with Color Box silver ink and popped it up on foam dimensionals. The ribbon is from the Dollar Store.

Inside the card it says "a very magical birthday!"

Now that was a fun break!

23 people wrote stuff:

paola said...

OMG! Maureen you have done an absolutely fabulous job on the coloring in of this gorgeous image in black and white, just mind blowing. I also love the details on this ensemble, positivley perfect!

Zoe said...

oh this is beautiful Maureen. Who needs colour when you have cool greys!! hehehe xxxoo

Rene said...

Oh my goodness this is amazing! The shadowing is spectacular! Wowza!
Rene :D

PlumTuckered's Paper Plays said...

WOW!! This is one stunning card! I just love how you've "not colored" Tilda, perfect!!

Catherine Atkinson said...

Great card -- simply stunning!

Anonymous said...

OMG Simply Stunning Maureen....who'd have thought you could achieve this effect by simply keeping it black and white....I Love it!!!!

Card Crazy said...

What a great idea. The card is amazing - who'd have thought such a combo would be so stunning! Love it.
Sue S.

Sherry said...

WOW!! This is beautiful!! I absolutely love the prism paper and the "non-coloring" is fantastic. Simply amazing!

Danielle Champagne said...

Hi! Maureen Wow, you have done a fabulous job! Tilda is gorgeous, the shading is beautiful. Absolutely magic ambiace! Love this gorgeous paper you used, just perfect & kind of magic, since it reflects all different colors.
Love the bow with the little charm.
Hugs. Danielle.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card Maureen! I love that you used the glitter paper, genius! Congrats on your Digi adventure, you are super talented =)

Abbylicious said...

I love it Maureen! Your no color coloring is awesome!!!!
Judy K.

Christina C. said...

The paper is gorgeous and, you are absolutely correct, it doesn't need any more embellishment! Your coloring of Tilda is sheer perfection!

Jill/Twipply Skwood said...

Very cute!

Cassy said...

Very cool! Love how you colored Tilda.

Angela said...

Oh I love this!! Tilda looks beautiful colored with greys! Beautiful job! hugs, Angela

Cami said...

Beautiful card, Maureen! I love it the way it is very fainly colored and it looks great without "color" on it! Hugs, Cami

Jane H said...

Oh my goodness this is amazing I love it the paper is perfect with the c's!

Eulanda said...

Amazing how having no color can still create a gorgeous card!! Very magical!

cabio's craft corner said...

Fun and shiny card Maureen. Beautiful mono Tilda and she looks so sweet here. Thanks for sharing :o)

Leslie Avila said...

this is brilliant! Loving your whole concept. I must give this a whirl too! Thanks for sharing.
Blessings to you~

Pen to Paper said...

Maureen this is really cool! I love that it changes color depending on how you hold it! Awesome!



charlene said...

Oh I like this what a nice job on the coloring ! Just perfect

Chris said...

How fun,Maureen! I love the simplicity of the stamped image and then the flair of the prism cardstock. It's really a fun card!

Chris Christensen

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