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Friday, 13 August 2010

Quick Post~


A quick post.

I wanted to enter the Totally Tilda challenge with a shaped card. Had entered this challenge a week ago but used Edwin...and realised it was a TILDA challenge...Doo!

So here it is, and I am pleased with how it's turned out.
Used a heart shape and squared it off to stand properly. I have used a stitching technique with ribbon on the small heart. The Tilda proberbly has a lovely name but I don't know it, I call her Fairy Wand Tilda! Coloured with copic's and inked with Tim Holtz Tattered Rose ink.

Totally Tilda--Shaped Card
Stamp Something--Fairytale


Susie Sugar said...

Hey there we'll never get fed-up with you at the Totally Tilda Blog darling , your card is lovely what what a neat idea to make a heart shaped card and Tilda Looks fantastic , great colouring
Thanks for joining in our 2nd challenge Debbie I hope you can join us Sunday for challenge #3
Hugs Susie & the TT Team xx

kelly said...

She`s cute Debbie gorgeous coloured DP you have used.

dolcreations said...

What a great idea to do a heart shaped card! Tilda looks perfect, beuatifully coloured!

Unknown said...

Hi Debbie,
Well, this is fabulous hunni. I love the DP on the heart and your colouring of Tilda is super. Thanks for shaping up with us at Totally Tilda this time.
Dawn x

Unknown said...

AWEEEE this is too adorable! Love the theme and layout!

Thanks for joining Totally Tilda this week!


Christine said...

Hi Debbie awesome creation great colours & Tilda fab take on the shape chll... Thanks for sharing & joining us at Totally Tilda chall...hope your not to wet at the Lakes love that place..specially Pooley Bridge....

smiles Christine xx

Lindsey said...

Ahhhhhh! I love this. At last you get to enter Tilda! Good luck with it,
Linds x

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