Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Framed Tilda

Hello lovely people,

I am here with a non-DT card that I made for my great aunt-in-law who had a horrible incident where a dog attacked her dog and pushed her over so she broke her wrist :-(
It was also her birthday a few days later so I wanted to make something special to cheer her up and I went for an all out pretty feel!

Now, how often do you cut a fancy shape out of a piece of DP and don't even think about the waste piece?  Well I do it all the time, but not on this occasion!  I used the outside piece to create a frame for my image and I was planning to raise it up a little but decided it actually looked better flat.


This was my first ever Tilda so will always be one of my faves.  I have added some glamour dust to the ribbon and the little dots amongst the flowers and then just for good measure I popped some on the 3D roses as well!  I haven't done this before and think it looks really pretty :-)


Ingredients;
Image: Tilda binding flowers - Magnolia
DP: Coffee in the Arbour - Maja Design (available from Live and Love Crafts)
Seam binding/twine: The Ribbon Girl
Die: leaf and swirl - Magnolia Doohickey
Sentiment: So Wordy sentiment set - Amy R

Copic colours;
Skin: E000/00/21/11/04 & R20
Hair: E31/35/39
Dress: YG63/G94/99
Dress sleeves/frill & leaves: G40/YG61/63
Flowers: R81/83/85/59/89
Ribbon: R81/83/85
Shoes: E33/35/39/59
Ground: T0/1/2/3/4

Thanks for popping by and for all your lovely comments - so much appreciated :-)

 

Challenges I am playing along with;
1. As You Like It (fave papers - it has to be Maja especially this latest collection as the colours are just gorgeous and I like that the patterns are quite small)
2. Marvellous Magnolia (Tilda & any sentiment)
3.  Tilda's Town (celebrate summer)
4.  Bunny Zoe's (summer colours)
5.  Simon Says Stamp (make it sparkle)

18 comments:

Lorraine said...

This is gorgeous Kat. A fabulous image and I love the pretty papers and details.
I hope your Aunt has recovered.
Lorraine x

Maire Gamber said...

Your card is amazing Kat! Love your image and your coloring is gorgeous. Wow! Look at that hair!
Now it's my turn to be inspired!
Hugs,
Marie

Wishcraft said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Fab design, love your pretty papers and a sweet Tilda too... your colouring looks fabulous :o) Hugs, Lisa x

Squirrel x said...

Super sweet, pretty and gorgeous hun, bet your great-aunt in law adores her. Hope she is on the mend now. Xx

Sue said...

This gorgeous Kat. I love the sweet image, stunning colouring and beautiful papers. Such a great layout too.
Sorry to hear about your Great Aunt-In-Law. I hope she makes a quick recovery.
hugs Sue xx

Carole said...

Super card, fabulous colouring of Tilda and beautiful papers. bet your Aunt loved it!

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

What a gorgeous card Kat, I am sure it must have cheered your Aunt up following her ordeal. I hope she makes a swift and good recovery! Susan x

Sarah said...

Poor Great Aunt-In-Law. I hope this lovely card made her feel better xx

Chrissy said...

Oh! your poor great Aunt Kat...this card will certainly bring a smile to her..it is just gorgeous..

luv CHRISSYxx

debby4000 said...

Gorgeous, beautiful card and such an adorable Tilda. I'm sure this will bring a smile to your Aunt.
Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
Luv
Debby

Jane said...

Just gorgeous, thank you for playing along with us at TILDA'S TOWN this week & the very best of luck. Jane x

Annette said...

I love the frame idea and I am a bit of a hoarder so keep the scraps that are large enough to pick up! She'a s sweet Tilda and your colouring is just fab. Love her hair, and the papers are GORGEOUS.
Hope your great aunt and her pup are on the mend soon.
Hugs
Annette
xx

Rene said...

This is stunning! LOVE it! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful card with us at Tilda's Town! Good luck,
Rene :D

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

Sorry to hear about the awful accident! Your card is so beautiful, I love the gorgeous shaped layer!
Rebecca.

Liz's creative corner said...

Wow this is gorgeous, the use of the left over paper looks fab, thanks for sharing with us at BZ, hugs Liz xx

Christine L said...

What a really clever idea to use the leftovers from a diecut to create a frame!! Your card is gorgeous as always Kat.. loving the green with the pink... and of course, your fabulous colouring!

Hugs
Christine x

Pam Sparks said...

Darling Tilda coloring and creating Kat! I'm sure she loved it! Thanks for joining us @ Tilda's Town Challenges this week!

Janie Printz said...

Absolutely delightful card which can't help but cheer your Aunt up after that horrible accident. Hope her "& her little dog are on the mend. Love the wonderful frame idea & your beautiful coloring of Tilda.
Janie