Sunday, October 5, 2008

New Tilda Stamps

I just had to use one of the new Tilda stamps on this card, this Tilda is one of my new favorites. Also, my friend challenged me to use this background stamp by Penny Black on Tilda card. What do you think?

I inked the background stamp direct to rubber in fall colors and stamped it onto the patterned paper from K and Company. Added stickles all over the images.

Scalloped paper on the card is by Rhonda Farrel, it is a 12x12 paper with the scalloped edges. I cut the paper in half, pierced along the edges, and wrapped it around the front and the back of my 6" x 6" card. I just love how that looks!!

Green scalloped layer was cut with Nestabilites, it is actually a square and it was the larges size I could find.

Tilda was colored with Copic Markers. Her blouse is paper pieced with the same paper as background, I just added some details to it with Copic Markers. White Gel pen for highlights, Crystal Stickles on the wings and a little bit on her hair.

The greeting is from Hero Arts set. Pierced along the the edge of the circle.

On the inside layer, I used the same background stamp, but inked only the part of the image, the squares on the left side.

Cranberry Hill Mercantile just got a shipment from Magnolia with the new Halloween and Fall Collections including Tilda that I used on the card above. You have to see these new stamps, cute-cute-cute!! If you do not live in the area, please call the store at 408-736-9151 to purchase the stamps and they will be shipped directly to you.

This will be one of the cards for my "Fall Tilda" card class at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. This class is scheduled for Tuesday, October 28th, 11 am to 2:30 pm. To sign up for the class, please call Cranberry Hill Mercantile at 408-736-9151.

:) Irina


Jacqueline Tr├ęsBella said...

Very nice. and the Penny Black stamp makes a great background for that card.


Susan said...

Love it! I just adore the fall colors and love the idea of the paper wrapping all around the card! What a great effect! And Tilda is just too cute!

Jeanette said...

This is such a gorgeous fall card. I love how you were able to combine the different stamps! Hugs Jeanette

Anonymous said...

Very cute card.

Anonymous said...

Irina, Irina. I saw the stamp before and said to you "what are you going to do with that"? I should never be surprised at what you come up with because I know it's always going to be gorgeous and/or cute. Great job on this. Anxious to see what you'll come up with for the second card for this class. This Tilda is adorable too. I love the way her legs are postioned.



Anonymous said...

Another rabbit pulled out of a hat...I knew you could do it! I wish talent was contagious! GK