Tilda & Co Challenge

Here is my card for the Tilda & Co Challenge for this week.  The backing paper is DCWV and the delightful Tilda is coloured with Prisma and Sansodor as usual. 

Tilda & Co Challenge

Sue’s Blog Candy

Suzanne at Slumber Cards is offering some awesome blog candy this week, and all you have to do is to post a photo of your favourite Spring tree or blooms. Sadly,  we don’t have any blossom trees in flower at the moment and the daffodils have finished flowering, so my offering is my favourite shrub, Photinia ‘Red Robin’, which throws up wonderful red leaves in the Spring, adding a beautiful splash of colour at this time of year.

Photinia ‘Red Robin’

Celebrate Sweden

For our fourth challenge at Tilda and Friends we are celebrating the birthplace of our favourite stamps.   In honour of this, the  challenge this week is ‘Blue and Yellow’, the colours of the Swedish flag.  I used an image of Edwin dressed in blue and yellow on my ATC, and the papers are scraps from my stash, as is the little key charm.

ATC ‘Edwin and Broom’ by Maria Adams

Looking forward to seeing your ATCs!

Cute Card Thursday Challenge

This is my card for the CCT challenge this week.  The theme is ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ and I’ve used some of my favourite Penny Black hedgies.

Hedgie Friends

New Cards

Hasn’t the weather been awful during the Easter break?  Whilst it  snowed, hailed and froze, I stayed in the warm and made a few cards – the gardening can always wait for another weekend!  The first one is a birthday card for a dear friend – have a lovely day on Wednesday, Sue!  The image is a Lola Rose image from Pink Petticoat, The colouring is done with Prisma pencils blended with Sansodor.  I’ve added a touch of Sakura clear Glaze to the rose on the bath, and ‘Fluffy Stuff’ to the bubbles, with crystal glitter sprinkled sparingly on top before heating with a heat gun.  The papers are Sissix and blue pearl card, and the pink silky flower is from Prima.

Lola Rose Bubbly

On the Dotty Lola card I used a lovely pearly dotty background paper by Craft House, with  light orange cardstock embossed with the Swiss Dots folder from Cuttlebug  The Lola with Bunny stamp is by Sugar Nellie, coloured in with Prisma, blended with Sansodor.  The flower is from Prima.

Dotty Lola

The cute sheep image is also by Pink Petticoat, and I’ve used Fluffy Stuff to accentuate her wool.   Prisma pencils with Sansodor were used to colour, adding glaze pens on the flower and sheep’s hooves.  I embossed the yellow card stock with a Cuttlebug folder, and the background paper is from my stash.  I also used a Cuttlebug die to cut the flower accent after printing the sentiment on the computer.

Thank Ewe

Hope you enjoy the new cards!

Mmm… Chocolate!

The challenge this week at Tilda and Friends is ‘Chocolate’. I hope you’ll agree with me that the DT have done a great job, and all the ATCs are deliciously yummy! We have another treat for you this week – three lucky participants will receive some of the recent Tilda images, plus some little accessories like flowers and leaves, which are very useful for accents. Why not pop along to Tilda and Friends ATC Challenge and enjoy the only non-fattening chocolate you’ll find this weekend! I’m looking forward to seeing your ATCs.

ATC 'Chocolate' by Maria Adams

Here is my ATC for this week. Tilda is coloured with Prisma pencils, blended with Sansodor, and I added some Glossy Crackle Accent to the chocolate heart. The backing paper is by HOTP, the choccie bar is made from Bazzill card, and the flower is from Prima. Hope you like it!

Sweet Sugar Challenge 3 – Black, White and Pink

Sugar Nellie Black White and Pink Challenge

Here is the card I made for the Sugar Sweet Challenge with the theme of ‘Black, White and Pink’. I used DCWV paper and pearlised card in black and pink. Maggie is coloured with Derwent Artist pencils, blended with Sansodor. I added a white stitched ribbon and some punched flowers with pink gems as accents.

Thank you for visiting.  Please leave a comment if you would like to; I’m always delighted to read what visitors have to say about my cards.

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