среда, 7 сентября 2016 г.

PoM #43 - Show Us Your Colors

Good evening dear friends! Hope you are doing fine!

Today I want to share with you my new project for Paradise of Magnolia. We have new challenge this week with a theme - show us your colors. Here is my project:

I made a gift box:

The gift inside:

For this project I used beautiful stamp from Magnolia called Teddybear Love from Princes & Princesses collection. Here is a close-up of the image:

As always I used me Promarkers and Copics for coloring.
I also added flowers and leaves made with my dies, ribbon, corrugated paper, lace and doily with some glitter put on it.
So this is it. Do not forget to visit our blog and get some inspiration from beautiful creations of DT ladies. And of course to participate the challenge.
Thank you for stopping by and all the comments are welcome!
Have great evening!

I want to participate with this challenge:
Marvelous Magnolia - Lace or Ribbon
Midweek Magnolia - #146
time for Magnolia - #127
ABC Challenge - O is for Open
Simply Magnolia - Anything goes

9 комментариев:

  1. Gorgeous box and your image is fabulous. Thanks for joining us at ABC, good luck with the challenge. hugs Shirleyxxxxx

  2. really gorgeous
    thanks for playing with us at simply magnolia

  3. me again
    thanks for playing with us at midweek magnolias

  4. What a beautiful box !!!
    Thanks for joining us at Time For Magnolia!!!

    Hugs Marrie DT member TFMC

  5. Beautiful box and image love the pretty papers and all the gorgeous embellishments-I would love this even before I opened it lol
    Carol x

  6. thanks for playing with us at simply magnolia
    Dt Maria

  7. Wow what a gorgeous creation and thank you so much for joining our challenge on the Time for Magnolia challenge blog.
    Warm hugs Margreet

  8. Priviet!
    such a sweet and beautiful work Sasha!! you have elegantly echoed the bow and colours on Tilda's dress, it's so romantic! what a great little box! krasivaya! thank you for playing at Marvelous Magnolia big hugs pakah !