This is Summer Flower Tilda by Magnolia and colored with Copic Markers. The head was stamped twice and a mask was created with the face. The first image shows Tilda holding the mask and the second picture shows Tilda with the mask on. I also cut off the butterfly wings on this image and included the gold sparkly wings for a more dimensional look. Now this Tilda is all ready for the mascaraed ball!
I have always wanted to this to Tilda and finally got around to it. From little skinny pole legs to cute little faces. How fun was this!
These are some of the original Magnolia Tilda images and they look completely different from the current Tilda images. These two were conspicuously named "SP06 Tilda" and "SP06 Annie" from 2006. Instead of fussy cutting around the strand of hair, I cut it off and used brown jute. In the background I have used the fence DooHickey, MFT Grass metal die and also chipboard embellishment from Make it Crafty that were painted white.
Aren't they just the cutiest! Magnolia you have come a long way baby,,,,,,,,
Hi, I am here today with Pat Sloan's 2013 End of the Year UFO Challenge. How easy can this be? I have been working hard on trying to finish up some of my old projects, so this is a GREAT CHALLENGE!
Some of you mite wonder what has happen to me.....Well lets see, I have been sick, moved and trying hard to get my feet back on the ground and get sewing again. As I read about this challenge I thought about finishing up the binding on one quilt but that would be to easy....it has to be harder than this. So.......I went looking and found this project (well there are really 3 projects) that were started when my oldest daughter was little, She is 39 now. Somehow in choosing this project it will help to clear up a very LLF (long lost and forgot) UFO that has been sitting around more that it should have and maybe make me feel better about what UFO's Ihave left.
How many of you can remember Artex paints? I painted these blocks (15 in all) to make a bed quilt for my daughter's bed. It's to late for that, but maybe for one of my grand daugthers?
Pat, I am up and ready for this challenge. Thanks