Nov 13, 2012
I've made a Tilda easel card for a class I'm teaching later this month. I wanted a vintage, Parisian, romantic theme for her. I've used ivory cardstock and one sheet of Prima designer paper 12x12 for all the elements. The doily die is by Cheery Lynn as well as the lace border.
The gems and roses are from Wild Orchid. The butterfly is Fab Scraps.
Nov 12, 2012
Here's a little Tilda for a Copics class I'm teaching later this month. I wanted to make something a little more "European" in style, hence the layers and elements. I've had cheesecloth in my stash for months now - but this is the first time I've used it!
My flowers and gems are from Wild Orchid. The clock die is Tim Holtz, and the other swirls and flourishes are Spellbinders.
This is Tilda in Ugg boots from the last release. The postage stamp is Tim Holtz. The ribbon is seam binding from Stampin' Up.
I've used an oval nestie and all the edges are distressed with the Prima distressing tool and Tim Holtz distress ink in Tea Dye.
Nov 5, 2012
Hello Stampers and Happy Monday!
I cannot believe that we are already so close to Christmas, where does time go? Blows my mind.
Anyway, this is my way of slowly "easing" myself into the Christmas theme with my cards, because I'm not quite ready!
Here is a card I taught in class recently. We did three Bellas with Copics and the same colour scheme. This is "Nutcracker" from Graphic 45. I hadn't used much from this company in the past. But after CHA this summer, I am seeking them out! Their booth was AMAZING - just blew my mind. Definitely my fave from the show.
The stamp is Uptown Girl has a Present by Stamping Bella.
Of course she's coloured with my beloved Copics! I've used R81, 83, 85, 89 for her dress - and accented the corners with some W5 that I sandwiched under the R89 to add extra depth.
Have a great week!