Sunday, 14 November 2010

Tilda with snowflakes

Good morning fellow bloggers.  Well what's the weather going to do today, it started off sunny here but it's clouded over now! 

Today I am sharing with you another easel card which I am entering into this weeks Totally Gorjuss challenge which is 'Traditional Christmas Colours'.  The Tilda image is stamped and coloured with 'Copics' which I am really into at the moment.  The white circle I have run through a cuttlebug embossing folder and mounted that onto a red scallop cut with a nestabilites die, I've inked around the scallops with a gelly roll pen (Clear Star).  the background paper is from DCWV, all other card is from stash.  I've diecut some snowflakes with my cricut using Christmas Noel cartridge which I have also edged with the gelly roll pen and added star shaped gems to the centres.  The corner punch I've used is Fiskars Snowflakes on the top and bottom of the card.  I punched a border in the dotty paper using a Martha Stewart border punch which I've trimmed with ribbon I bought at Sir Stampalot on Friday.  The greeting is from the Essential Christmas set by Paula Pascual also available from Sir Stampalot.  Hope you like it!  Bye for now - Linda x


  1. Morning Linda, this is so gorgeous, your colouring is fabulous, love it. pleased you are getting on well with those copics.
    hope you are well love chris xxx

  2. Morning Linda

    This is very sweet.

    I donlt need to tell you I am a real easel card fan, so along with the colours is right up my street.

    Pleased the Copics are working for you, I certainly love mine and how must better they are than the PM I started with. Aquamarkers are pretty good as well, I am liking those a lot for watercolouring.

    B x