I wasn't going to post again this afternoon but ...... I was playing with the ol' Distress Inks (just how long does it take to get the hang of these?) and I ended up with an image that I knew would go quite well with some papers I had. So, I put them together and thought "yeah, that sort of works" and thus my card was born!
I had spotted Dawny's sketch on JUST MAGNOLIA yesterday and had earmarked it for a play so, bravely, I shall enter my accidental card to this week's challenge!
As my palette of inks is still limited, I only had Tea Dye to do Tilda's hair with, and that was far too ginger, so had to darken it up with a black watercolour pencil.
I love the delicate look of using the inks, must just remember that they dry much lighter! Anyhoo, Chinese Tilda from Magnolia, Distress Inks, Wild Rose Studio oriental paperpack, Colorbox Q chalk inks for edging. Here's a Tilda close-up
Quite pleased with the soft blush effect on her cheeks, but I am soooooooo going to have to expand my range of colours!
Hugs, Squirrel xx