Friday, May 16, 2008

One more Paper Pieced Tilda

Here is the second card that I designed with Paper Piecing technique. Please check out my post from yesterday to see the first card.

The first card was very bright, and this one is kind of monochromatic. I just love this printed paper from Daisy Bucket. The colors and prints are just gorgeous, and it has such a nice texture ( I wish you could see it from the photos). It reminds me of the wall paper.

The paper is double sided, the pink square behind Tilda is the other side of the paper with the flowers. Very cool!!

This is the first time that I didn't cut out my Tilda, instead I stamped the image on the white oval. I stamped the image again on the printed paper, cut out just the dress and adhered it to the main image. I then stamped the image again, colored and cut out just the cake and popped it up on dimensionals.

Tilda was colored with Copic Markers. I used Zig Painty to add the gold dots to the scallops on the oval and to draw "stitching" on the ribbon.

The last photo shows you the inside layer of my card. I love to add a layer of the white cardstock inside of my cards and to stamp some coordinating images.

All supplies used on this card are available at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. Tilda is available for pre-order, see my post here.

This card is available for sale in my Ebay Store.


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:) Irina


Charmaine said...

I like the soft colors you chose...I love Tilda...she is so adorable in every card I see.


Anonymous said...

What fun--dressing Tilda to match her surroundings! I hope you'll soon be giving a class on paper-piecing with Tilda so I can try my hand at this technique too.


Everything Paper Crafts said...

Hi Carol,

I will definitely have a class on this card and the card in the prevous post sometimes in June or July.

:) Irina