Welcome to another Friday Inventory Reduction Challenge. Our theme this week is "Are you seeing spots?" What a fun challenge this one was! I even had my card done early :D
I had to straighten up my room after the Easter card marathon I did. In the process I came across several dies I had out for some unremembered reason. I decided to use the Grand Madison Window die from poppystamps on my card and make it see through.
After gluing the cutout window to the card front, I very carefully colored the "trim" with Copic G12.
The flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts and Hooked on Craft.
The little purple stamens reminded me so much of the Grape Hyacinths in my flower beds.
On the inside left I glued a "curtain" using a scrap of lace overlay fabric I had and Dr. Edwin.
Edwin was colored with Copics - Jacket - C3, 1, 00 Scrubs - B26, 24, 21 Bag - C7, 5, 4, 2 Shoes - C6, 3, 1, 00 Hair - E59, 25, 53 other stuff - E41, R17, C7, metallic silver.
The background paper is from SU Holly Berry Bouquet. The printed "valance" worked out perfectly.
Then I colored Tilda and her couch. The couch was done first with E15 then covered with Fun Flock Cinnamon Toast.
The picture on the wall was a sticker mounted on a brown scrap and cut using Nestabilities Deckled Rectangles. The wall paper was from SU Specialty Sweet Shop.
Tilda was done using Copics. She was attached to the couch with SU Dimensionals.
Pants - YG67, 63, 61 Shirt - E43, 42, 41, 40 Shoes - YG 67, 63, 61, E74, 71, 70 Hair - YR 20, 21, 24, E35.
Tilda hasn't been feeling quite right for the last few days so she called Dr. Edwin to come and see if he could figure out what was the problem. Dr. Edwin was perplexed. It seems that he was "seeing spots" everywhere - the wall by the window, the wall behind Tilda - YIKES!!! even Tilda was covered in spots!
Suddenly he realized that Tilda had the measles! Must be that she didn't get her shots :(
She will be good as new in a few days!
Thanks for stopping by for a visit! Be sure to stop by my team mates' blogs to see what spots they are seeing!