Friday, July 30, 2010

Tilda in Blue

I'm just in love with Tilda---well, actually I can't limit it to her, but I'm loving my copics, so I'm coloring all kinds of people from the stamp world. When I picked up my mail today, my very first HANGLAR STANGLAR stamp had arrived! I'm sure you'll be seeing more of him in the next little while.

While coloring my Tilda all blue, I came across the Die Cut Dreams Challenge--who are challenging everyone to make an all blue Tilda card. Is that karma or what? I quickly designed my card and here it is:



I tried to add alot more layers and texture to this card, as I have a hard time doing that. I used my cuttlebug on one of the background pieces of card stock as well as on the heart itself (spellbinder heart die). Then on the hearts that were textured, I used some metallic lustre rub to add more depth. I added some stickles to Tilda's dress. Then I used some Prima flowers and sprayed them with glimmer mist and that was that.

I hope you like her. Have a great long weekend. We're off to a family reunion. I', really looking forward to seeing some family members that I don't get to see too often.

Ciao, Janet

7 comments:

  1. your embossing is fantastic and I have the same image but haven't done her in blue, she looks gorgeous, lovely card thanks for joining the challenge this week at DCD
    Debs
    xxx

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  2. Lovely card, really like the embossing. Thank you for joining us at DCD this week.

    Pamela x

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  3. Very pretty Janet, thanks for joining us at DCD.
    xx

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  4. Great card Janet, Tilda looks beautiful in blue and the shades you have used for the backing look fab. :-) xx

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  5. beautiful card, enjoy your new stamps!

    Thanks so much for joining us at Die Cut Dreams with your fabulous Tilda
    Hugs
    Victoria and the DCD team
    xx

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  6. Great card, I really love the colors that you picked for it.

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    Jessica Lynn
    http://jessicalynnoriginal.blogspot.com/

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  7. Very nice card. Love the embossed background.

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