Thursday, December 18, 2008

Happy New Year, Tilda!!

This is a card number three for the "Winter Tilda" card class at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. To see the other two cards, please click here and here.

This card measures 6" x 6".

If you click on photos, they will enlarge and you will be able to see more details..

This is what inside of the card looks like..

I used "party Tilda" stamp for this card. First I wanted to create a black and white card, but Tilda just wanted to have more fun and asked to be more colorful :-) . I've used shiny metallic cardstock and paper from Bazzill and The Paper Company. Tilda was stamped in Memento Black Tuxedo ink on the Nestabilites oval and colored with Copic Markers. I put Gold Stickles on the stars and Icicle Stickles on Tilda's shoes, hair ties, wings and added just a touch of Stickles to her dress and her hair. The greeting was stamped on the tag that was cut out with Nestabilites. I love the ribbon behind the ovals!! It might be hard to see on the photos, it has a lot of sparkle to it, and because it is net-like it does not overpower the card. The greeting on the front of the card and the "ticket" inside of the card are from Hero Arts.

:) Irina


Brenda said...

This is a gorgeous card. I love her high heel shoes!!!

Susan said...

She's just great all dressed up in her high heel shoes! Love the ribbon behing the oval. It add to the sparkle of the card. Too cute! And I just don't think Tilda is cut out for just black and white!

Lori said...

She is just too adorable. Love the little shoes.

Anita said...

Beautiful card!

Sally said...

Gorgeous Card. I love the colors you have used and all the bling you have added to her for celebrating the New Year!

Candy said...

Love your card - aren't the shoes to die for??LOL LOL

Now you have got me thinking about a black and white card. It is hard to imagine Tilda without bling and colour.

Anonymous said...

Hi Irina,

Just simply adorable as usual.



Moni said...

Very gorgeous card, love the image and the colours! Hugs, Moni