Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Princess Tilda

I made this card today using a really really cute Tilda image I got from Cherry for my birthday (thankyou so much- I know now why you bought the stamp to make cards for your daughter with). The backing papers are free downloads and I think they work well. The flowers I mave made using the paper and acetate flower technique posted by Clare on the Craft Mad and Loving It blog. To decorate the acetate, I have randomly applied white chalk ink and then added sparkly embossing powder, before heat embossing (which also makes the petals curl up).I will enter the card into this weeks DCD challenge (gingham), Pollycraft Monday challenge (Fit for a Princess) and Pear Tree Designs challenge (sketch).


clare said...

such a pretty card and your acetate flowers look fab! glad you found the tutorial useful. good luck in the challenges and thanks for joining us at PTD this week. X

Debs said...

Isnt' she just adorable. Fabulous way to use gingham on your flowers and background. Thanks for joining us at DCD this week

Liz's creative corner said...

Wow this is gorgeous, love the flowers, and Tilda's dress really catches the light, thanks for joining us at DCD, hugs Liz xx

Lou said...

Lovely image and I love the sparkles!

Thanks for joining us over at Pear Tree Designs Challenge Blog.

Lou x

Tracy said...

Lots of lovely gingham, Gorgeous creation, thanks for joining Die Cut Dreams challenge, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Lynsey said...

Wow Louise, this is such a pretty princess card! Thanks for joining in the Pollycraft Challenge this week.
Hugs Lynsey x

craftykitten said...

Oh this is just lovely. Great colours and a fab layout. Thanks for joining us at DCD this week.
Dawn xx

Crafty Chris said...

Beautiful Tilda and gorgeous gingham, Thanks for joining us at DCD,
Chris x

Biscuitlid said...

so pretty - loving those gingham flowers
Thanks so much for joining in with our gingham challenge at Die Cut Dreams