Friday, 18 April 2008

Magnolia Stamp Challenge - Girl's Party Hat

Magnolia Stamp Tilda challenge

I have made this girls party hat for the Ribbon Challenge over at Tilda and Co. I wanted to create something a little bit different . I used the stamped image sent to me by Susie B and painted her using an aquawash paint pen. I then partially overlaid her with a paper doily spattered with Encore Metallic stamps using a paint brush. This was glued onto a pink card party hat that I traced from an old one. Finally I added the stamped flourishes, false eyelets and ribbons. What do you think of my self designed eyelets? Don't they look like the real thing?
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Magnolia Stamp Tilda challenge

I wasn't too sure how she would turn out, I didn't have much of a plan, but I am glad to say I like it and so does my DD who had to try it on before I could photograph it!

This is the back view with pastel pink organza ribbon, candy pink satin ribbon and gold edged purple satin ribbons trailing down like a princess hat.

Magnolia Stamp Tilda challenge


By the way I have been giving my new Cuttlebug a workout and I feel a couple of tutorials coming on, so stay tuned.
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6 comments:

  1. This party hat looks adorable!

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  2. 'O' that is brilliant - just love everything about it!!

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  3. well done, excellent party hat, and good use of your magnolia stamp.

    Sarah x

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  4. Brilliant, love the party hat it's great :)

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  5. This is just too adorable! Absolutely LOVE it!
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