Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Chinese Tilda

Hi peeps I've not had time to craft this week, we went back home to Yorkshire for our sons 40th surprise birthday party and also managed to fit in a paper crafting show on the Sunday at Harrogate, where I managed to spend far more than I intended.  Chinese Tilda is one of my favourite buys along with a few bags of other goodies, so all in all I've had a great weekend. 
The light is quite bad today for taking photographs so the colours on this card are not looking as brilliant as they are in reality,' hey ho sometimes that's the way it goes'. I've used the sketch which is featured on this weeks Magnolia Down Under Challenge, Tilda is coloured with Pro Markers, the background papers are from Crafty Individuals, I've embellished the flowers with  findings and beads, black organza ribbon and bow complete the card.
Thank you for stopping by
Kathleen x
This is my entry into the following challenges

9 comments:

Anne Kristine said...

Beautiful card and Tilda is soooo cute :o))
Thank you for joining us at MDUC this week.
Hugs Anne Kristine

Louise said...

Hi :)
Love your take on the sketch :) This is so beautiful and the colourcombo is great :)
Thank´s for joining in :)
Hugs! ♥

Kylie said...

Wow what gorgeous colours! I love this Tilda but am yet to use it. Beautiful papers,
Thanks for playing at MDUC this week,
Hugs
Kylie

Joy said...

sweet card

**Farrah** said...

Very pretty! Those flowers are great, and LOVE the stitching!
Thanks for joining us at Kaboodle Doodles and good luck!
Farrah

Shirley said...

Gorgeous colours Christine and a great layout.
Thank you for joining us this week at Kaboodledoodles and we hope to see you again soon.


Shirley

Peta's Blog said...

Wow this ia amazing! I love the colours and the papers are divine!!! Love your colouring of Tilda too! Thanks for playing along at MDUC xoxo Peta

mudmaven said...

Very pretty card. Thanks for playing our inspiration challenge at Kaboodle Doodles. ~chris

foxyenglishcrafter said...

Wow! Your card is stunning. The image is one of my many favourites.Lol I love the other chinese card you did with the tree. That is also beautiful.
Thanks for sharing
Julie