Friday, August 26, 2011

Freaky Friday...

How about a little fun today?!  And by fun, I mean reeeeeallly fun ;)
I know quite a few of you have already seen these little gems in the store, but we thought you may want to know what products and Copic markers were used so that you can re-create them at home!
(please click images to enlarge)

First up... well... let's just call her...
Devilishly Sweet Tilda

Can you spot what makes her look a little "devilish"?
Yep, that's right... Barb decided to balance out that sweetness with a nice pair of horns :)  I'm sure you're not surprised by that one!

Stamps:  Magnolia - Lucia Tilda
Paper:  Basic Grey - bittersweet praline
Creative Imaginations - Wasn't Me
Other:  EK Success Graceful Heart punch, May Arts ribbon, black rhinestones
Copics:  skin - E11, E00, E000, R20 (cheeks)
hair - E35, E33, E31, E25
pink - R59, R85, R83, R81
black - T7, T5, T3
leaves - YG03

Now, if adding a couple of little ol' horns to a Tilda image has you second-guessing anything, then you'd better hold on to your keyboard for this one:

Oh yes.  Yes she did.  Barb had every intention of making Tilda into a sweet little witch, but a customer suggested to go all "Frankie" on her instead.  

Ask and you shall receive ;)
A few quick stitches with a Copic Multiliner, and a monster was born!

Stamps:  Magnolia - Will You be my Valentine Tilda
Paper:  WeR Memory Keepers - Spookville Eerie Eyes
Other:  Martha Stewart Gothic Arches punch, May Arts bat & ghost trims, pearl, black rhinestones
Copics:  skin - G85, G82, 0, R20 (cheeks)
hair - E17, YR18, YR14
purple - V17, V15, V12
black - T7, T5, T3
ground - T3, E31

Now what can YOU do with a Tilda image?!  Please leave a comment with a link and we'll pop over to your blog for a lookie-see :)

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