Monday, February 14, 2011

Next stop on the challenge train, Magnolia-licious !  I am not a pink and black lover; however, the cards on the blog were so beautiful and inspiring, I had to give it a try.  This is a color challenge folks.  Your mission, should you decide to accept it- is to come up with an "ooh-wee-purrrr-dee" card using the colors pink, red, and black.  And no this challenge won't self destruct but it will end in 7days!!!! Hope to see your masterpiece there!  My entry is below.
See blog by using the link above for details/requirements.

Supply List:
Stampin' UP! whisper white, basic black, pretty in pink, and real red CS,
(except for the larged scalloped heart. I used Neenah Classic).
Black & White checkboard paper
Stampin' UP! Embosslet Die (pink heart)
Nesties scalloped heart(s)
Stampin' UP! Regal Rose and Basic Black classic inks
Stampin' UP! stamp set Well Scripted
Stampin' UP! Jumbo Wheel with cartridge- Very Vintatge
Jelly Roll white pen

RV 23
R 17, 32,46,59, 85
E 11,21,29,31,33,35,37, 49
W 1
* I'm still a newbie and haven't quite found my niche for my dark skinned folks, so each card will probably be different until I find the combo that works for me. *


  1. Hi Joyce!
    Tilda's a doll for sure!
    LOVE your papers :o)
    Nicely done and many thanks for joining in our Magnolia-licious Challenge Blog.
    Hugs, Candy

  2. This is great! I think your darker skin tone came out awesome. Much better than I could have done!! Very Cute and thank you for playing along with us at magnolia-licous. Hope to see you back! Tracy V

  3. Such an adorable card. Love the cute and sweet theme using these colors. Thank you for joining us along at Magnolia-licious challenge and hope you will join us again :o)

  4. Hi Joyce...what a pretty card! I love your layering...and your darker skin tones are so pretty! I need to try that on one of my new Tildas! Thanks for the inspiration, sweetie! Thanks so much for playing along in this month's color challenge at Magnolia-licious Challenge Blog! Hugs. Pat Frank

  5. Very cute card Joyce. I love how you've achieved the African American skin tones.
    You left a comment on my blog about finding a Tilda with Flowers me at

    ~ rubber hugs, inky wishes ~


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