Wednesday, August 4

Lady Tilda Scene

I rashly said it would be finished by today and I was not going to fail.
I've coloured Tilda with Copics and the castle background and then coloured the background with pencils in lighter shades.
Lots of Wild Orchid Crafts flowers with added crystal glitter, Dovecraft pearls and punched butterflies.
The background paper is from my mega K&Co pad.

Here's the current project pile.
I've just had the Papermania embossing folders delivered and I'm eager to try them out. In the top corner is an image stamped and ready to go from the Papermania Nostalgia range. This was launched with a whimper to selected outlets and I have just managed to track down one of the stamps I wanted. More about that when I finish the project.

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** Kate **

16 comments:

Wipso said...

Lovely to see what youre making today. Soooo pretty.
A x

airing cupboard crafts said...

What a beautiful project x

Kathleen said...

What a lovely project, nice to see what you are making today, thanks for sharing.

Sue said...

Hi Kate
beautiful card you have made, have fun playing with your new stash, have great day, sue,x

Rica said...

Hi Kate, love your Tilda project, liking the look of your new stash and look forward to see what you create with it.
hugs Heather xx

Sid said...

Love what you have done here, great 3D effect !!

Andrea - Wales, UK said...

Gorgeous Tilda...so pretty.

xx

Heather x said...

Beautiful card honey :)
*hugs* Heather x

Phree said...

I'm a day late sorry. Your Tilda card is beautiful.

Bluefairy4U said...

Hi Kate,love your card. lovely flowers. Lets know how you get on with your new dies, very intrigued to see if they cut as good as nesties.
Have a good evening lol Jo.xxx

Julia Dunnit said...

You're right about the whimper - they've sold really well at the shop in Tidworth, but are a pertty well kept secret generally! The folders are lovely, but I found on thicker card that I preferred to wollit forward and back through the bug - some of the linework is very narrow and didn't stand out enough on one pass. Love the Tilda diorama - aren't you patient!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Kate, although I'm late getting here, I really LOVE those roses. They sure add that bit of spice to this project. Simply a lovely completed piece. Way to stick to it, too! Nothing like WOYWW to get us motivated.

TinaB said...

Great card!! Sorry I am so late posting xx I would love you to pop to my blog for a chance to win my candy :0) It's Here

Serendipity Stamping said...

Yikes, another late poster. I love what you did with Tilda.

Chrissie said...

Great projects today!
Chrissie

Lisa-Jane said...

Hi Kate, just catching up on your blog. How did you find that Nellie Die? I have a Cuttlebug and I cant seem to get it to work. Do let me know how you get on with it. Fab projects as always. Ginger xx