Saturday, May 26, 2012

Everyday Sweetness Pocket style

I think i've fallen in love with the sentiment, Everyday can encompass different feelings in a sentiment i  Thank you, Birthday, Everyday card..Thinking of works well.  I first saw the sentiment in a Magnolia Ink magazine...i think it was a rub-on and i didn't have that so i made my own computer generated sentiment...and that way i could change the colors to match my paper.

I also colored my image based on a Tilda illustration in the current Magnolia Ink p65 of Artist Christine . (If you see this, Thank you)

The image i am using is simply called, "Tilda with Bananas" and the memories this image has is mom, who rarely is "funny", but usually serious put a banana sticker on her forehead and started singing the Chiquita banana jingle...i still smile every time i see a banana sticker on a bunch of bananas.  So this one card is with that memory in mind:

Pocket View

I am entering this card in three challenges:
Sketch N Stash - Sketch (my old stash is the paper and the new stash is the image)

TOMIC- Fruity Pocket- the circle in the middle is folded in half to make a pocket and i added some toothpick embellishments.

Just Magnolia- Gingham- the ribbon and bow is gingham

Copics used:
Skin- E50, 51, 53 RV11
Hair- E31, 34, 37
Yellow- Y00, 11, 21,YR23
Green- G20, 21, 24
Pink- R81, 85, 39 RV25
Purple- V01, 04, 06


  1. Oh my this is fruity! In an awesome way! She sure looks like she's ready for a fun party! Love your sentiment.... it's perfect for so many things!

  2. OMG! I super love this! your coloring is so pretty and all the fruit details are perfect! now i've seen your coloring of this stamp i must to ink mine! i got this and i've used only once!
    amazing job aso with the papers!!!

    thank you so so much for join us over TOMIC this week! i hope to see you there so so soon!

    big hugs, Alby


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