Sunday, 20 October 2013

On The Road Tilda.

Hello, crafty bloggers.
I'm back again with another card.
I couldn't resist colouring On The Road Tilda inspired by the song "I want to ride my bicycle" (Bicycle Races) by Queen. Whenever I see her I burst into song. Lol!!!
I have used pretty pinks as October is breast cancer awareness month.
Here is my card

I have made the base card with 300gsm white Conqueror card.
The pretty papers are Maja Design "Sofiero" from Dies To Die For. I have distressed the edges of the papers and matted them onto Woodware recycled card.
The pretty daisy lace at the top of the card is from The Ribbon Girl and the lace across the middle is from Ebay.
I used Neenah cardstock to die cut a Spellbinders decorative labels one and stamped
 On The Road Tilda  with Memento "rich cocoa" ink onto it.
I have coloured the image with Polychromos pencils.
I have inked around the edges of the decorative label with Tim Holtz "Spun Sugar" distress ink and surrounded the image with Frantage shabby pink embossing enamel from Live & Love Crafts
The metal filigree corner is from Wil Orchid Crafts and the Pippi butterfly is Memory Box.
I have frantaged the metal corner and butterfly with shabby pink embossing enamel. The centre of the butterflies are coloured with a blossom pink Flexmarker.
The fence is called Victorian picket fence by Cheery Lynn. I have inked the edges of the fence with Tim Holtz "spun sugar" distress ink.
Can you see the Pippi butterfly on the fence?
The flower arrangement consists of a 25mm ivory from Wild Orchid Crafts
The 20mm pink roses, and cosmos daisies are from The Ribbon Girl The frosted berries are from
The woodland branches among the flowers is a Martha Stewart punch and the floral branch is Magnolia Doohickey. I have inked the edges with "Spun Sugar" distress ink.
A close up of On The Road Tilda.
I have added ArtDeco Glamour Dust to tildas bow on her hairband, frill on her sleeves, bows on her shoes and in between the flowers in the basket.
I have dotted Tilda's cheeks with a Inkssentials opaque white pen.
Inside the card has been decorated to compliment the front with Sofiero paper and a Spellbinders decorative label.
I hope you like my card?
I am entering my card into the following super challenges;
Thanks for stopping by and thank you for all the lovely comments.
They make me so happy.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
Crafty hugs
Donna x

1 comment:

  1. Hi Donna OMG I do love her amazing in these colours ..the fence and flowers are just perfect super design !! love this loads ;0)