For Mojo Monday Challenge #167, I decided to make Tilda With a Hanging Star into an Ornament to fit the challenge.
She is such a sweet little Tilda – aren’t they all??!! I would have posted this much sooner, but my camera was having issues – actually, the “user” was having issues. I love my camera. DH has a DSLR that requires a u-haul to carry all the equipment, and mine – well it is an “almost” DSLR that I carry in a small bag. My other camera that I have with me all the time – well, it is small and fits in my purse quite nicely.
Here is a picture of the Mojo Sketch.
And here is my creation. I think “Tilda With a Hanging Star is just the sweetest………..
This is the first time I have had a pleasing results experimenting with the copic R’s.
R22; R24; R29; R39.
I cut Tilda out and popped her onto a circle with “Dap”, (the acrylic bathtub grouting compound).
I had forgotten all about the effects of giving dimension, and is easy to apply to those tiny little pieces you want raised. I have thumbs that hurt most of the time, so I paid a little more and got the trigger pump. Really easy to use and it lasts forever. I don’t think it is acid free, so wouldn’t recommend it for scrapbooking and it does take a while to harden
Here is a side view of my card, I used some navy snowflake DSP on the inside and punched out some large snowflakes, then popping it onto some white to make the snowflakes pop.
I will write on the navy with a white gel pen and add a computer generated “newsletter”.
Hope you enjoyed looking at my creation. Thank you to all who take the time to leave comments, I love to read them, it makes my day.