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Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Lilac, Blue and Green Tilda with Ruffled Skirt

The Tilda with Ruffled Skirt image, one of my all-time favourite Tilda images, was kindly donated by Tara Welch in an image swap we did some time ago. I think the dress looks like a perfect party dress!

I made the card for my young cousin and am entering it into a few blog challenges:

The image was coloured using the Copic sketch markers:
  • Hair: E21, E35, E57
  • Skin: E00, E02, E21, R20
  • Bow/Belt/Socks: RV21, V12, BV31
  • Wings: RV21, BV31, C0
  • Dress/Shoes: B00, B12, B41
Highlights were added to the image using the Papermania Snow White gel pen and cut out.

A strip of the multi-stripe paper from the K&Co Sparkly Sweet paper pad was matted onto a strip of Anita's Lime Green pearlescent paper that was punched along the lower edge using the Martha Stewart Doily Lace border punch. A length of Dovecraft Spring Green organza ribbon was tied around the panel and then adhered across a larger panel of the lilac floral swirl paper from the same paper pad.

A circle of the green pearlescent paper was cut and embossed using a Nestabilities die, and matted onto a Big Scalloped Circle cut from lilac card, also cut and embossed using a Nestabilities die. A loop of the green ribbon was added to the reverse of the panel and the image panel was attached over the ribbon panel.


The sentiment panel was created by stamping the circle sentiment from the Hero Arts Birthday Messages stamp set using Versafine Onyx Black archival pigment ink onto the green pearlescent paper and cutting the inner shape out. This was then matted onto the whole lilac sentiment, giving the sentiment a lilac border. A small loop of the green ribbon was attached to the reverse of the sentiment and attached to the card in the bottom right hand corner.

The Tilda image and the sentiment panel were then highlighted with Glitz It Lilac glitter glue.

17 comments:

Patricia said...

Great card Kathleen, you can always tell the oldies tilda by the chubby faces, lovely card xx

Carolina Girl said...

Love the stamp and all the bright, fun colors you used.

Chrissie said...

Super card and lovely vibrant colours!
Thanks for joining in our challenge at the Creative Card Crew and OSCC this week!
Chrissie

Fleur said...

Great card, Tilda looks very posh
Thanks for joining my challenge at ALLSORTS this week,
Hugz Fleur xXx

kay said...

what fabby colours,love it,x

Kylie said...

Wow - such a bright and beautiful card!
Thanks for playing at MDUC this week,
Hugs
Kylie

Karen said...

How cool is your card?? VERY!! I love your bright colours and the bits of glitter here and there. Thanks so much for sharing your card with us at MDUC this week!
Hugs
Karen
xxxx

Julie said...

Hi Kathleen - this is gorgeous! I adore the colours and you've coloured the image beautifully!! Juliexx

Michele said...

Such a pretty card Kathleen!!! Thanks for joining us this week at Pollycraft. Hugs Michele x

Debs said...

Really pretty card - love the colours and the sparkle.
Thanks for joining us at Creative Inspirations challenge blog and Allsorts this week.
Good luck.
Debs xx

The Wired Angel said...

Very cute, Kathleen... thanks for joining us at Creative Card Crew this week. Glad you could play along. Peggy x

ladyjanet_56 said...

Great card lovely layout, colour, good luck & thanks for playing at OSCC, Janet

Debbie Pamment said...

Oooh I love how funky and fresh your colour combo is - this is truly gorgeous!
Thanx for joining us at MDUC this week
xXx

Peta's Blog said...

Gorgeous colours and papers! Thanks for joining us at MDUC xoxo Peta

Emma (metalicbutterfly) said...

Graet card love the bright colours you have used...

thanks for playing at Allsorts

Emma xxx

Francesca said...

Great and Beautiful card, thanks for joining us at OSCC this week and good luck!
Hugs
Francesca

p.s I have candy on my blog if you interested.

Cor* said...

So bright and cheery. I love Tilda! Great colors. Thanks for joining us at Creative Inspirations for this fortnight challenge.

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