I finally finished the secret box that I was working on for my tutorial. See my precious posting below or click HERE if you're interested. You can make this for any occasion and fill it with other goodies, but I made this one to fill with Easter eggs.
So.....I don't actually have much to say here except to show you more pictures...LOL. Here are frontal views of the different panels...
Tilda with Hollebores is from the previous collection Sweet Christmas Collection 2011.
This is another image from the Princes & Princesses Collection 2012. She is called Sweet Princess Tilda.
All these Magnolia images and many more are available at Magnolia-licious, Diana's on-line store. She has a fabulous inventory of the full-size as well as the mini stamps. Also don't overlook the selections of dies and other crafting tools.
Of course, what would I do without flowers...LOL. They are one of my favorite types of embellishments. This same floral arrangement is on the 2 sides of the box that don't have a Tilda on it.
Challenges that I can enter this project into:
Totally Tilda Challenge #43 - Tilda holding a flower/bunch of flowers
Paper Sundaes Challenge #114 - Easter
Hooked on Craft Challenges #19 - Easter
Deep Ocean Challenge #22 - Masking or use more than one stamp
Creative Craft Challenges - Anything BUT a Card
Everybody-Art-Challenge #187 - Easter
Papertake Weekly Challenge - Anything Goes
I ♥ Promarkers Challenge #111 - Springtime
Simon Says Stamps! Challenge - Use your favorite tool (Big Shot machine & dies and punches)
Just Magnolia hAnglar & sTanglar Week 150 - Springtime
ABC DT Challenge - Anything Goes
That's all for now. Thanks for taking the time to drop by. So much appreciating your visit. Enjoy your day and have a wonderful week.
Materials and Tools Used:
DP's: Anna Griffin paper; from Recollections Believe paper pad
Dies: Spellbinders Labels Ten, Petite Scalloped Circles, Standard Circles, Petite Ovals and Rose Creations; Cheery Lynn Olive Branch
Punches: Martha Stewart pine branch and daisy; McGill daisy; EK Success small retro flower; Nellie Snellen extra large leaf and rose leaves jumbo; Fiskar Celestial 3-corner punch; Michaels tiny sun
Miscellaneous: Tim Holtz distress ink stamp pad Walnut Stain; ribbon, pearls and glitter from my stash
Medium: Letraset Promarker and Tria markers