Monday, October 5, 2009

Christmas Tilda

I still have a few Magnolia images left and as I am on a roll with making Christmas cards, this one turned into one as well!!

As most of my stash is still in boxes, I mainly used things on here that I had easy access to. I coloured the girl with SU watercolour crayons and blender pen and punched out the little green branch and the red dots [ supposed to represent holly LOL] The oval and scalloped oval were cut using Nestabilities dies. The patterned DSP is from SU as are the two ribbons. The white branches were punched out with a Martha Stewart punch, the flowers are just from my stash and the pearl is from an Aussie company called Annabelle Stamps. I don't know the company which made the wording stamp.

I am very inexperienced with using the Magnolia Tilda images but it is really fun colouring them in. Kellie Winnell has just started up her very own online store which has Magnolia only products! Click here to go have a look and I say good for you Kellie for starting a new venture!


Leigh said...

I love this card Jean. What a fabulous job with the colouring. Excellent sketch too. Great card.

Karen said...


Just love your little tilda card! Love all the extra little bits and bobs you've put on it!


Debbie Pamment said...

Beautiful job Jean! Love all the detailing - and the words stamp is gorgeous!!!

You should have popped some buttons on and joined us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges - I expect to see you there somethime now I know you have Tildas - LOL.

Janet said...

Jean - I love your Tilda - she is adorable.

Kim Piggott said...

Oh what a beautiful card!
Tilda is coloured beautifully and your design is fabulous!
kim x

Bethel of Bethania said...

Jean this is such a lovely card & a Christmas card at that... what did we do without punches & the cuttlebug?... your colouring in looks fabulous too... B

Curt in Carmel said...

Jean, this is adorable! I love all the extra detail you used for this card! Your coloring is wonderful too! TFS! Best, Curt

Debbie M said...

As always a stunning card Jean. I adore your attention to detail. Your cards always have that 'perfect' look to them :)

Debbie M

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Darling card -- love the sideways sentiment!