Another week has gone by and it's time for another challenge at Pile It On and this week we'd like you to create a Get Well Card or gift.
The design team were asked to use a Magnolia image if they had one as this weeks sponsor is Diana from Magnolia Stamps! Of course that wasn't a problem for me as I love me a little Tilda and I hope you like this one.
Obviously at Pile It On we add as many challenges as we can to our creations and this is the list that goes with this card:
Challenge Up Your Life had a sketch and the colors Green and Yellow
Your Next Stamp want Spring colors
Inky Impressions want you to Think Spring
Gingersnaps wanted 3 Colors you like and right now I need some Spring so the Green, Yellow and White combo me likey :)
Die Cut Dreams had a recipe of 3 papers, 2 ribbons, 2 flowers and the added option of gems. 1 dp is the background, 1 on the mat and the other on the punched flowers.
Incy Wincy want you to Punch It Out
Belli wanted Butterflies
The Pink Elephant wanted Ribbon
Lil Red Wagon wanted Ribbon too
Crafty Angels wanted Fantastic Flowers
Little Paper Shop wanted Distressing
Copic Creations wanted you to color your embellishments with Copic's
Creative Card Crew had a Get Well Soon theme
Stamp With Sarah Kay had a Get Well Soon theme too (must be all the colds and flu going around!)
Paper Cutz was another with a Get Well Soon theme
Flourishes wanted "All About Me" with you using your favorite technique, product or color
One Stitch at A Time had their 1st challenge and they want, surprise suprise, Stitching on your card! (I did faux)
Crafty Creations want Stitching too
Sophisticats wanted Stitching too
Flutterby wanted Hearts with the Angel, Butterfly or Fairy image
Cute Card Thursday had a Metal Mania theme
Handfull Of Stamps were Sending You Wishes
Image - Tilda in Spring Rain
Paper - Basic Grey Mellow
Border punch (under image) - Martha Stewart
Flower Punch - EK Success
Roses - Wild Orchid Crafts
Butterfly and Heart Brads - Provo Craft
Pearls - Michaels $1 spot
Medium - Copic Markers
I colored the buttons on the flowers, the pearls, the heart brads and the ribbon all with Copic markers to match the image.
The paper roses have been distressed with chalk ink and a little marker added too.
More of the cute dp inside with a message mat.
I don't know if you can see but Tilda has shiny boots and umbrella and glossy accents on the raindrops too.
You never know when you might need a Get Well Soon card so this is the perfect time to make one for your stash and join in with our challenge at Pile It On.