Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Tiddly Inks Tuesday - Fabric

Good morning everyone and Happy Tuesday to all of you!  Today starts a new challenge over at Tiddly Inks!  For this challenge we want you to use Fabric somewhere on your project.  You can use ribbon, twine, burlap, lace, trim, what ever foots the bill!  For my project I used regular patterned fabric and made brads for my card using my i-top brad making tool.

The image I used on my project is called, Wryn.  AND, if you hope on over to the Tiddly Inks store you'll see a new release image of one of Christy's fabulous new Wryn images today.  Better yet, drop by Christy's blog, that's where she showcases all her new release images on Tuesdays.

The materials I used to make this card are copic markers, SU Whimsical Words sentiment, Antique Linen Distress Inks pad, Crystal Stickles, Glossy Accents, I Top brad maker tool, fabric, Flowers, MS Frond Punch, Spellbinder's dies, Big Shot and floral embellishments.

Here's a closer look at my colored Wryn.

Don't forget that our challenges at Tiddly Inks are now 2 week challenges.  You get twice the time to play along, but don't forget to use a Tiddly Inks image when you do!  I hope you can drop by and enter and maybe check out the other fabulous DT projects for this one!

Thanks so much for stopping by today,


  1. This is so pretty Marlena! I love your fabric brads and your colouring is superb as always!


  2. Oh Marlena - this is absolutely divine! I love your colors so much...she looks so soft and pretty! Beautiful!

  3. Marlena this is gorgeous, your colouring is so pretty. Joey x

  4. LOOOOOVE this! I saw this morning on TI blog, and thought it was gorgeous! Your coloring is fantastic, and I love those fabric brads you made!!

  5. This is lovely Marlena and made me go and dig out my itop tool, haven't used it in forever but your brads are great! Wonderful coloring as always!

  6. Oh my goodness! You've coloured Wryn beautifully! She has so much dimension! What a pretty card!


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