I also wanted to submit it to Kathy Racoosin's 30 day color challenge and Magnolia stamps are wonderful to color.
I've used heaps of Copic markers;
Skin = E000, E00, E11, & cheeks R20 & R21
Hair = TR30, E13, E25, E29
Bow & Sleeves = BG10, BG32, BG13
Yellow dress = YR30, Y23, YR21, YR24
Castle window = 0, C0, C-1, C-3, C-5, C-7, C-9 (for mortar)
I also used the gold Copic Spica pen for the lace ruffle on her sleeve and went over the hair bow with Wink of Stella - clear
I cut the Tilda image out close to the line with sharp curved nail scissors, these allow you to get very close to an image without cutting into it, then went around the edge of the image with the darkest corasponding marker, ie hair was E29, bow was BG13 and arms were E11.
I put spots of highlight with my white uni-ball Signo pen as well as highlighting the eyes.
The inside of the card.
This is the way I do most of my card insides and is quite easy and very effective.
I choose some of the DP used on the front of the card, (in this case I have used both DP designs) cut strips and butt this up against some white card stock so that you have an area for writing a message.
I stabilize the strip joints with normal sellotape before applying double sided tape to the whole thing to mat it then attache to the card base.
I sometimes sponge around the white card to add more interest.
Stamps: Magnolia - Tilda, castle window, SU - Sassy Salutations
Paper: X-Press It blending paper, Mint Macaron & Flirty Flamingo, DP Creative PL - Gelato, Riverbank Revels by Helz Cuppleditch, Print Block Australia - ASP-058 Sun Gold Gingham.
Paper Size: Base = 15 cm x 18.5 cm
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark - Watermark
Accessories: Copic markers (please refer to list above), Wink of Stella - clear, Copic Spica - Gold, Uni-ball Signo - White, SU Scallop Trim corner and Scallop Trim border punches, SU Stamp-a-ma-jig, SU Snail adhesive & mini glue dots, SU Dimensionals, X-Press It High Tack Double Sided Tape, SU Stampin' emboss - Melon Mambo, SU Stitched Ribbon 1/8" - Bermuda Bay, assortment of paper flowers.