Shocking! Can you believe it? I made another Magnolia card… and added another face! I tried out a different style nose and smile on this Tilda but might like the other one I did earlier, however, I think she’s still cute with a little grin. ;D
I made this card using Princess Tilda from Magnolia and another Love Carriage from Make it Crafty. This one is done in soft pastel colors suitable for a princess! I even added glitter to her shoes – every princess needs glittered shoes.
I kept the colors to a minimum but piled on lots of embellishments including buttons, brads, lace and even Dew Drops. The layout is a simple one, even though it’s mostly covered, and I distressed the edges a little. As a final touch, I added a little bit of glitter here and there.
Challenge: StampFairy Challenges (Layers and buttons)
Challenge: Creative Cottage – Challenge #30 (new stamp)
Challenge: Tuesday Throwdown – Challenge #31 (background samp)
Main Stamp: Princess Tilda (Mag) and Carriage of Love (MiC)
Patterned Paper: Sweet Pea (TPS)
-face/hair: E000, E00, E11, E13, R12, E43, E44, E47, E49
-the rest: C00, C1, C3, Y32, Y38, Y38, R11, R12, B41, BV02, BV04, BV08, 0
Did you know? Barbie is a fashion doll created in 1959 by an American businesswoman, Ruth Handler, who credits her inspiration to a German doll called Bild Lilli. The Bild Lilli Doll was a German fashion doll produced from 1950 to 1964, based on the comic-strip character Lilli by Reinhard Beuthien. Reinhard was ordered to make a “filler” to conceal a blank space in the Bild-Zeitung (German newspaper) of June 24, 1952. He drew a cute baby, but his boss didn’t like it. So he kept the face, added a ponytail and a curvy woman’s body and called his creation “Lilli”. The cartoon was an immediate success so Beuthien had to draw new ones each day.
[Bild Lilli Doll, Wikipedia.org]