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Sunday, 28 September 2008

Jewels and Tilda - what more could you want???

Here is my entry to this week's ABC Challenge. The challenge this week is 'J is for Jewels'.

The card is actually a wallet card for a fellow docrafts member (hopefully Carla/Little Miss Naughty isn't peeking or she'll spoil the surprise!) as we agreed to an image swap. She very kindly sent me some masculine stamped images and I am returning the favour with some Tildas and Kerry Jos.

The card consists of a sheet of A4 card divided into 3, with the 3rd section trimmed to create a flap inside the card to hold the stamped images.

The 'Tilda with Dandelion' image was stamped using Versafine Onyx Black ink and watercoloured using Whispers Brushstroke markers. The wings and dandelion were then highlighted with Craft Planet Iridescent Sparkle glitter glue. The image was then cut out and mounted onto a piece of royal blue card and cut out again leaving a small border.

Hopefully this will not only fulfill the criteria for the challenge but Carla will also like the card.
Two ovals were cut out using the Fiskars ovals template and Shapecutter. The sentiment was stamped onto the white oval using the 'Time Flies' stamp from the Making Memories 'Express It' set and the wreath flourish was stamped over the top of the sentiment using the stamp from the Making Memories 'Ornaments' set.

Clear crystal gems were added around the edge of the sentiment oval, and royal blue grosgrain ribbon was added to create tails to the back of the oval medallion.

Large blue flower paper from the Papermania Citrus Colossal paper pack was attached to the card blank, and a strip of the large blue flower and stripe paper from the Papermania Pastel paper pack was matted over the top, having been matted onto blue card. A length of the royal blue grosgrain ribbon was attached along this strip.


Babz said...

Your card is gorgeous, I love it, wish it was me who was receiving it. Babz :0)

Boots the Monkey (Jo) said...

This is beautiful. I love this stamp and have used it a lot.

Jo x

Vicky (Angeldrummer) said...

It is a beautiful card - thank you so much for joining in x

Lesley said...

I love this card.....I have been tagged so I have tagged u...xxxxx

Bev said...

Wonderful card, love that Tilda image and the pretty colours

hugs Bev x

Marcea said...

Really pretty card, I lovethis stamp, hardly see it now but I adore it. Thanks for joining us on ABC this week

Jane Carroll said...

great card

hugs jane x

ps thanks for the good wishes

Alison said...

Fab card and cute stamp, love the colours you have used. Thanks for playing along with us this week on ABC challenge.

Tara said...

Gorgeous Kathleen, I love the blue!
Something for you on my blog! xx

Susan said...

this card is wonderful

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