Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Tilda card

Well I hope that you enjoyed a wonderful Christmas and are looking forward to the New Year. We're not New Year party people but always tune in to Jools' Hootenanny and raise a glass of fizzy stuff.

I thought I'd post another 'old' card and it's the first one I tried in this style after being inspired by the wonderful cards of Jacque Beddingfield whose blog I've been reading for over 12 months now. She really is a very talented lady and showcases some fabulous makes so if you haven't already seen her blog please check it out here  http://jacquesmagnolias.blogspot.com/

So here's my effort which I was quite pleased with until I realised that I'd used a sitting Tilda image. Maybe I should draw some lines in or something. Ah well, we learn by our mistakes!

Design Papers - Free with Cardmaking & Papercraft Mag (My Mind's Eye perhaps)
White & silver mirri card  from stash.  Image coloured with Promarkers
Flourishes cut using Marianne Creatables die. K&Co Butterfly and Star toppers
Paper flowers from Hobbycraft.  Rose leaves from Joanna Sheen
Heart Pin from Bunny Zoe's Crafts
Tools used:  Nestabilities Scalloped and Plain Ovals
                    Martha Stewart Deep Edger Punch - Double Loops.



  1. Louise...what a darling she is!!! Love that cute image and you have showcased her in such a delightful way...love that pink!!! Lovely details too, sweetie!!! Hope your New Year is a really delightful one!! Hugs..Jacque

  2. Great card, it looks lovely. Love the mirri card flourishes

  3. That's such a pretty card and the flourishes and flowers finish it off beautifully.