Tilda is a fab little creature for colouring - she's so versatile!
This card is my entry for this week's Just Magnolia Challenge 18 and for the Copics Colour Challenge 26 which requires the colours R59, BG09 & G99.
I don't have R59 so I mixed R29 & E37.
My usual 21 cm square cardstock is the basis and this is covered with a K&CO paper from their enormous new Best of K&Co pad.
The embossed card is from a set of really inexpensive Christmas cards from Create & Craft which I've just used flat and cut to size. The aperture was, handily, already there!
The flowers are Prima and the leaves are from a Martha Stewart punch.
The cords 'holding' the sentiment are coloured with Copics as is the Tilda image and the teal flower.
Hope you like it!
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