Friday, 24 February 2012

{Tiddly Inks Challenge- Sparkle it Up!}

Varmaan moni muukin on löytänyt ihanat {Tiddly Inksin} digileimasimet. Hahmot ovat mielestäni aivan ihastuttavia ja kivoja värittää. Hieman minulle vielä tuottaa harmaita hiuksia nämä digileimat ja tulostaminen, lähinnä siis että miten saisi tuon musteen pysymään kun tusseilla värittää. 
Tällä hääkortilla osallistun {Tiddly Inks haasteeseen} jossa aiheena on Sparkle it Up! Valitettavasti kuvasta tuo kimallus hieman huonosti näkyy mutta koko morsiuspuku on kimallusta täynnä. Hääkortti on malliltaan center stair step johon löysin ohjeen {Splitcoaststampersin} sivuilta.


I guess I'm not the only one that have fallen in love with these lovely images of {Tiddly Inks}, I think they are so adorable and I like colouring them up. Still trying to figure out how to get the ink not to smudge though. 
With this wedding card I'm taking part in {Tiddly Inks Challenge} Sparkle it Up! The sparkle does not show, I'm so sorry about that, but the wedding dress is all covered with Spica glitterpen. I wanted to make the card a little special so I have used center stair step folding technique I found on {Splitcoaststamper}

paper: Pion design Förgätmigej stamp: Tiddly Inks You and med colouring: Copic, ProMarker embellishment: pearls, flowers and ribbon from stash,


  1. Oh, I love this! It's just beautiful and what a great banner on the bottom! Thanks so much for joining us at Tiddly Inks!

  2. This is absolutely beautiful, gorgeous design, love the way you have done the names. thanks for joining us at Tiddly Inks. Joey x

  3. absolutely gorgeous sabina!
    I love centre step folds, they add such a cute dimension to everything and they are fab for using as pop up card inserts too!!
    Thank you for popping in and playing with the tiddly inkers
    hugs Lou xxx

  4. This is so pretty! I love the soft colors and the banner across the bottom, lovely card! Thanks for playing along with us at Tiddly Inks!

  5. Very pretty card! Love the shape and how you coloured the image.

    To avoid the smudging, you could try to use the heattool on your image after printing, or let the images dry for a day or so.

    Thanks for joining us at the Tiddly Inks challenge.


  6. This is very pretty sweetie, thank you so much for joining in with our sparkle challenge at Tiddly Inks, hugs pops x