I love the way she turned out! And it was so totally unplanned for hope and loved to be right in the middle of her face!! Seriously! The paper I stamped on is an old vintage book of my grandpa's that is a western. Pop must've been smiling down on me : )
This image is called Waiting Tilda and here's a close up of her:
Please note: if you try this yourself, please do not hold myself or icopic accountable for any damage done to your nibs. I knew I may ruin mine from the old ink. Luckily for me I just picked up a little staining that was easily scribbled off. My curiosity at wanting to try something new far outweighed possibly having to replace a nib or two : )
Too me Tilda looks like she's praying so the sentiment from Lovely Labels by SP & Company worked perfectly and here's a close up of that:
I love all of those little journaling tickets and will probably add some handwritten notes before sending this off. That little itty bitty clothes pin was a great find at Michaels!!
I hope you get a chance to play along in our challenge this week to color on something other than smooth, white cardstock.
I can't wait to see what you come up with!
bonus pic of my kraft flower : )
Challenges Tilda will be joining this week:
Everybody Art Challenge - Anything Goes
A Spoon Full of Sugar - Ribbons and Bows
Catered Crop - Recipe
The Corrosive Challenge - Ribbons and Bows
Crafts 4 Eternity - Embellishments that start with "R" (ribbon and rolled rose)