MDUC - an inspirational picture and The Sketchy Challenges - Sabine's sketch

Hi there everyone.  Thanks for checking in with me again today. 
I hope you've had a good weekend so far. 
Over here in Aus we're at the tail end of winter but the sun is shining and it is starting to feel like spring! I can't wait for some warmer days ahead.

My card today is for both Magnolia Down Under Challenges and The Sketchy Challenges

This is Tilda on the beach. The challenge at MDUC is an inspiration picture that I have chosen with lots of lovely shabby white flowers, metal and an aged wood table set on a beach. 

My card:

The sketch is by Sabine and you can find it at The Sketchy Challenges.

My card has lots of white flowers and blue/copper tones, distressing and some lovely frantage. 

Tilda has been coloured with Copics. To incorporate the sketch, I've torn the edges of the paper and hidden some contrasting papers behind. 

The sentiment is from Lili of the Valley. I've been so overwhelmed by the kindness of my wonderful friends recently, I feel truly blessed. I love this sentiment. 

I hope you get a chance to join in at both challenges this week. 
MDUC ends on Saturday and The Sketchy Challenges runs for two weeks. 

Until later, 
Hugs xx


  1. This is Just Gorgeous Love those Flowers and a beautiful Sentiment ( Might have to visit LOTV) and your colouring to perfection. Love the whole Card! Hope your having a Lovely Weekend!

  2. So very Lovely! Beautiful!

  3. so gorgeous kylie.beautiful colours and design and i love the stunning image ;D

    xx coops xx

  4. Beautiful card, Tilda is so sweet and you showed her off perfectly. Love the beachy theme you did from the photo. Love it!
    Hugs Kelly

  5. Hi Kylie, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris


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