Thursday, December 8, 2011

Magnolia-Licious challenge

hi Ladies!
This is my entry for Magnolia-Licious Highlites blogspot I made this lantern from a pattern that Lena Katrine gave a tutorial for. Mine is no where near as good as hers but I did my best and that's what counts right?
I colored Tilda with Promarkers.
For those interested
I have quite a bit of pain today but am feeling much better in myself. Hopefully I am on the way to recovery.
I am not able to take strong painkillers because of having only one kidney so that is not so good. The doctors have said it will take about twelve to sixteen weeks to recover. I say 'give me another couple of weeks LOL.

Here is my Lantern....
      





15 comments:

Sandy said...

You are amazing and your lantern is very pretty!
Sandy

Barb Hardeman said...

This is amazing, Maz! My dear friend, you've accomplished so much in the past year and this is definitely a jewel! The coloring is perfect and I love the way you wove the ribbon in and out of your scallops! You windows are so pretty! This is a great project and I'm so glad that you found the time and energy to enter into Diana's contest.
Big hugs,
Barb

Patti Jo said...

Fantastic Marion!!! I knew this would turn out so nice!!! So glad you felt up to finishing it to enter the challenge! The woven ribbon makes it look like candy cane and your Tilda's are adorable! Awesome job!!!

Karen's Fun Blog said...

Gorgeous lantern!

Card Crazy said...

Absolutely stunning!
Sue S.

julieprice3 said...

Delightful project Maz, so glad you're feeling like creating again, I love the woven ribbon it really finishes your lantern off nicely. I hope that the pain settles for you soon
Hugs Julie

Iulia said...

What a gorgeous lantern Maz! Love the way you created the acetate windows and the woven ribbon!!Wonderful creation!
I so admire you to be able to create when in pain. Oh, I hope it will disappear in less time than predicted; you are so strong! I'm only having a strong flu and I feel better when I make cards so keep your mind and hands busy sweetie (but don't forget to rest as much as possible too:))
Sending hugs and love your way...Iulia

Suzi said...

Stunning creation Maz, you are an inspiration. Thank you for sharing your adorable work and I hope the pain eases for you real soon.
Hugs
Suzi x

Silvie Z said...

Gorgeous Christmas project, Marion! Love the effect on the acetate sheets and the woven ribbon is so pretty! You did a great job on your lantern!
I'm glad to hear you are feeling better in yourself and I hopo the pain settles for you real soon:
Lots of hugs,
Silvie
xx

Jennibee's Cardspot said...

absolutely beautiful my friend, I love it, the ribbons are great and the way you have done the acetate! how did you do that acetate???? lol
I am sorry to hear you are in pain and really hope it eases quickly for you....lots of love Maz
Jenni xx

Linda said...

Wow I missed this gorgeous lantern!!!!! Wow fabulous work and I love it!!!!!!

Paula said...

Maz, this is a gorgeous lantern!! And the Tildas look fantastic! Be sure to take care of yourself and don't over do it.

Paper Tails said...

Spectacular Lantern!

Karen

Paper Tails said...

Spectacular Lantern!

Karen

My Little Corner said...

your lantern very very PRETTY!!!

Yulis