Anyhow I have used one of the Magnolias called Tilda Catching Stars from the Prince and Princesses collection.
As this challenge is all about Hair, I thought I would make her hair stand out, but I might have gone a little too bright with it! She sticks out like a sore thumb now. I did edge all my distressed papers, and all the flowers with Rusty Hinge DI, which was a very similar shade to her hair, but her hair still seems to be the dominant colour on the card, lol
The star wand, crown and stars are all coloured with a gold pigment inkpen. Sadly I smudged it on the original so I had to cut her out and as the stars were too small to cut out I just drew some new ones behind her on the paper. As you can see, I can’t even draw a small star accurately!
The papers and flowers are all from the Craftwork Cards Paper Floristry collection, the flowers are from the collection’s diecut pad, and the papers and leaves are from the papers in that collection. I used Sue Wilson’s faux quilled flower leaves die for the leaves. The sentiment is from the Craftwork Cards Correspondence diecut embellishments.
I am entering this into the following:-
Bearly Mine Challenges – Mar: One for the Girls
Crafts Galore Encore – Use a Stamp or Digi anywhere on your project
Challenges and Candies – #29 Flowers
Charisma Cardz – #6 Birthday Girls
Designs By Lisa Somerville Bloggers Challenge – Happy Birthday
Emergency Crafters – Mar: Flowers
Fussy and Fancy – #109 Happy Birthday
Natalie and Amy’s Challenge – #18 Flowers
Scrapping4Fun – #12 Flowers
Sunflowerfield Designs – Mar: Birthdays or Flowers
Tilda’s Town – #96 Spring Is In the Air