Thursday, June 24, 2010

Lil Lolita Boutique #3

Wow, we are up to challenge #3 at the Lil Lolita Boutique.
This week's challenge is NOT to use any designer papers! What the? I had to grab my OLD dictionary to look this one up. What do you mean NO designer paper Kellie??
Well I couldn't find a description for this in my old Secondary School dictionary so I tore it up! That's right, I tore it up and used that as my paper for this weeks challenge. (I knew it would come in handy one day! lol )

The paper flowers were made awhile ago now when Jackie was up visiting. We made a few different ones and tried spraying them with some glimmer mist and, whoala!!
I also used my very 1st embossing folder for some texture. Whoo hoo! It's got little skullies on it so it was perfect for Lilith. (yes I got it especially for Lilith from Bec's online store)
I wanted to use sepia colours but I was missing the main copic ink, so just changed them to browns instead
The pearls, rose ribbon, cream mesh, key charm and darling Lil Lolita Lilith are all from Tickled Pink Stamps Store. Remember Kellie ONLY ships stamps overseas!

So come and play with us this week in the Lil Lolita Boutique and don't forget to give the Lolita Ladies some comment love :) We have some new ladies too so come on over and meet them!

Keep creating, Kylie ox

19 Interesting Comments Left:

Maria Therese said...

What does she mean no DP??? Is she being serious? I have tons of DP needed to be used.. (But then I also have a few book pages too *lol*)
Loooooooooooooooooove your card Kylie!! And your coloring is WOW!!

Karen said...

OMGOSH i love that you ripped up the dictionary... and it looks so good on your card:-) I reckon your sepica is fantastic even if you say you didnt have the right colour!!! totally awesome Kylie:-)
Taz aka Karen

Mandy said...

Gorgeous card Kylie, love the image, colours and embellies, and your colouring is beautiful
hugs Mandy xx

jannes hobbykrok said...

Beautiful card,as always!Adorable paperflowers!

Cassandra said...

Ow my god I love it!!! Love the dictionary paper and love those hand made flowers. I feel inspired to try making my own. *hugz*

Kylie said...

You are a cack!! I can't wait to see if you are that funny in person! Hahaha, sorry.
GORGEOUS idea! I love it. It looks sepia to me :) And those flowers - wow!

Cheryl said...

Absolutely gorgeous,love those shades of brown!!! your dictionary,well it's not DP!!

Patricia said...

Your brown tones are awesome I love it, I have to make a card with just browns in it. Very pretty.

Anonymous said...

wowee STUNNING!!! your coloring its so perfect!!
i just ♥ your card.thoat flower is AWESOME!!!

Amy said...

Love the vintage look of this, and tearing out your dictionary page...genius!

Annemarie en Merit said...

Wow love the card beautiful coloring and that whit no scrappapers.Love the flowers you made by yourselves

love Annemarie en Merit

stampinfrog said...

It is beautiful Kylie!Love the vintage feel of this card and your flowers are gorgeous!

Eulanda said...

Kylie I absolutely LUV this card! It is sooo elegant and so smart with the old dictionary. I need to find me one. Pretty pretty flowers too!

Vicki's Blog said...

Great card your colouring is amazing as always..

Bron said...

Love it. Those flowers are just awseome! Loving all the browns too and what a great idea using newspaper, ummm very clever girl indeed...Hugs Bron:-)

Sharon said...

Hi Kylie,

I love the flowers you've made - they look great! The red roses really stand against the brown and cream tones too - Beautiful!

Sharon x

Kristy Young said...

WOW WOW WOW This is gorgeous Brown!! Im loving this vintage style card you have made with our sweet lilith!
Kristy xx

Anonymous said...

great job love the different textures, beautiful shading.

Jodie from Oz said...

Hey Brown, you have these brown colours mastered, gorgeous card, Lilith is beautifull, love your colouring and wow, how hard not to use dp, but how clever to tear up the old dictionary, thank goodness we have google to look things up digitally now-a-days. Stunning and very creative & I nearly forgot the handmade flowers are gorgeous. Hugs Jodie from Oz

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