Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Shabby Chic Tilda

I just LOVE my Tilda's. I especially love the Butterfly Dreams Collection, and had a bit of a play in my craft room, and here is what I came up with. I used Tilda with Lace Jeans and Magnolia with butterfly.
I followed the sketch over at Sketch Saturday for this card. I used my Pink Paislee Butterfly Garden paper stack for this card. I absolutely LOVE this paper, it is my current favorite! I backed everything with Kraft Cardstock, my favorite for Shabby Chic looking cards. I cut my image out with circle and scalloped circle nesties, and layered them on top of a circle Lace paper doily.
I colored Tilda and Magnolia with copics.
Skin - E000, E00, E11, R32
Hair - E27, E25, E31, E50
Overalls - B91, B95, B0000, R02
Shirt and Hair bow - R02, R01, R00, R0000
Shoes- E40, E41, E42, E43, E44
Magnolia - E35, E33, E31, E50

I added my usual Wild Orchid Crafts Flowers, but through in some Petalloo flowers too! I used Wild Orchid 25mm pink roses, a two-toned light blue cherry blossom, and two cream Aster Daisies. Then I added some Petalloo white Violet stem flowers and some of the Cantebury Vine Stem in cream. LOVE them!!! I also punched some branches with Martha Stewart Frond punch to add to the arrangement.
I am entering this card into the following challenges:
Magnolia Down Under - My Favorite Things - paper, flowers, ribbon, Kraft, Shabby Chic, cute images, copics
Flutter By Wednesday - Open Challenge
Truly Scruptious - Anything Goes
Paperplay - Anything Goes
Totally Tilda - Tilda with her Cat or Dog
Pixie Cottage - Pink and Girlie
Really reasonable Ribbon - Anything Goes
A Spoon Full of Sugar - Anything Goes
Anything Goes - Bingo (ribbon, flowers, die cuts/punches)

39 comments:

  1. So pretty I love this colour combo, just finished two cards with it, the flowers are arranged beautifully!

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  2. I love the colors and the cute dog with Tilda!

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  3. I'm not ordinarily a "shabby chic" fan, but this card is gorgeous. You might just convert me yet!
    Sue S.

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  4. That is sooo sweet! I love my Tildas too! They're too nice to give away, aren't they?? Debbie xxx

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  5. super cute, Love the pinks and browns.

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  6. How CUTE! Love the flowers and Tilda with her pooch!
    Rene :D

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  7. Oh - very pretty Becca!!! I think this is one of my most favorite Tildas - you can do so much with her. You can hear her talking to her puppy dog now. Beautiful design work! Sandy

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  8. Wow what a fab card! Very pretty.
    Thanks for playing along with us at Truly Scrumptious - Anything goes challenge.
    Hugs Sue x

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  9. completely delightful Becca! I really admire anyone who can do a shabby chic card, because I'm hopeless at it. Your coloring is beautiful!
    Hugs,
    Barb

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  10. BEAUTIFUL!!! Absolutely beautiful!!
    hugs, Sharon

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  11. This is simply beautiful Becca! You always use such beautiful color combos! Lovely design and coloring too!
    Hugs, Iulia

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  12. Awww this is the absolute cutest with the Tilda and pretty embellies. So glad you joined us at The Pixie Cottage this week.

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  13. How adorable, lovely colors, and images, greta card, bye Mascha

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  14. awww how sweet is she with her dog i love those 2 stamps togather ,so pretty with those delish papers as well becca love it
    hugs sara x x x

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  15. Oh this is so cute Becca! I love the gorgeous butterfly and combination of images.

    Thanks for joining us at Magnolia Down Under.

    Sharon x

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  16. Super cute!I just love the pup!! Your coloring is wonderful!
    Hugs, Dena

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  17. Absolutely gorgeous, I love this paper and your coloring is fantastic
    Louise

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  18. Beautiful card!! Your coloring is beautiful and I love your flowers. Great job on shabby chic!!
    Hugs,
    Kim

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  19. Such a beautiful card. Gorgeous flowers and great layout.

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  20. Whoops I rushed my comment and forgot to thank you for joining Our Totally Tilda challenge, my bad!

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  21. You captured Shappy Chic perfectly. I LOVE your card!

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  22. Oh Becca, this is soooo sweet, luv your "shabby chic" interruption! Being fairly new to Copic markers, I so appreciate you listing the colors you use for your cards. Ü
    Thanks,
    Barb in Texas

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  23. STUNNING! OMG this is glorious with all those flowers! coloring is divine! Always a please to see your creations!

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  24. Oh my! Your card is really lovely!
    Thank you for joining the MDUC this week.
    Hugs, Camilla

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  25. This is fabulous!! Wonderful card! Thank you for playing along with my flutter by challenge!

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  26. WOW becca! this is breathtaking!! absolutely gorgeous!! and your coloring is fantastic!! TFS!

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  27. Becca your card is absolutely gorgeous, so sweet and pretty and your colouring looks fab as always.
    Thanks for joining us at Totally Tilda
    hugs Mandy xx

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  28. Gorgeous and precious card :o)
    Hugs,
    Cabio

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  29. Wow absolutely beautiful!!!! What a fantastic work of art!!!!!

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  30. beautiful card
    thanks for joining us this week at Magnolia Down Under
    Denise

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  31. Tilda is so sweet dear, and your card simply stunning!!!
    thanks for playing with us at THE PIXIE COTTAGE
    hugs
    Sadia

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  32. Your card is wonderful! Great colors and I agree with you, I love Tilda as well! Thanks so much for joining us at 7 Kids College Fund!

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  33. Wonderful card. Beautiful choice of papers colours and image.
    Thanks for joining us at the Pixie Cottage Challenge.
    Sharon xx

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  34. Another cute card! Thanks for playing the Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge!!!

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  35. Love that card! Soso pretty and I love the puppy! It is adorable!! Thanks for playing along with us on the RRR blog!

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