Thursday, October 4, 2012

autumn tiddly ink sketch

Hi guys!!!
I just got back from work and I'm trying to polish my silver jewelry... they have been exposed to oxygen and now they have a bit of tarnish. Do you girls have any tips on polishing silver jewelry?

here's my entry for tiddly inks , DYSU and Tuesday morning sketches
Happy almost Friday!!

here's my card
my Wryn image is a princess for Halloween =) 
isn't she CUTE?

here's my sketch


  1. I like the fact that she has been showcased in rather masculine strong colors! Good for her!
    Love the layout, too! Thanks for joining us at DYSU!

  2. Just gorgeous Grace! Love the layout, and the sweet image!
    Thanks for joining us at DYSU this week!

  3. Great card - I'd love for you to link up at 52 Card Pickup this week and enter my washi tape giveaway!

  4. What fun papers! And the image is super adorable. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

  5. awwwwww I love this!!! its so cute!! and those papers are yummy!!
    thank you so much for playing along with the tiddly inkers this week
    hugs Lou xxx

  6. My mom swears by toothpaste & an old toothbrush for cleaning the detail work on silver jewelry :)
    That image is adorable! I love the great papers too - they definitely say Halloweeny :) Thanks so much for playing with us this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches!

  7. This is so sweet. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.


  8. Perfectly colored and I adore the layout...looks like a framed photo of Wryn :) Thanks for joining us at DYSU this week!

  9. Love all the bright, fun colors, and that image is just too cute! Thanks for much for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches! I hope you'll play along again next week, and also in the Virtual Birthday Party that we have going on all month long!
    Don't know if it will work for jewelry, but I've cleaned silverware very easily by lining a pyrex dish with aluminum foil, adding baking soda, then pouring in boiling water. All you have to do is dip the silver in and it comes out all clean. Test it first, though. Wouldn't want you to ruin your jewelry.