Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Vintage Tilda with Rolling Pin

I had this image colored for a long time and I finally managed to turned it into a card - to tell the truth I was inpired by this week's challenge on Stamp Something - Something Vintage with Flowers. Seemed perfect for it.Tilda is colored with a mix of Prisma pencils and Copics and the edges are sponged with Antique Linen Distress Ink . The I tried to create an antique looking frame from the lace - not sure if I'm happy with the results...
The papers are Basic Gray Porcelain and the sketch is from KL Stampin N Scrappin challenge blog. I'm also entering it into Mark's Finest Papers Challenge - they want us to use 3+ flowers.

12 comments:

Vicki Dutcher said...

Very cute! Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!

Debbie said...

Oooohh ... this is absolutely precious! I {heart} those sweet little Tilda images and pink is my favorite color! Your design is wonderful! Thanks for sharing with us this week at KLSNS :)

Claudine Poch said...

Very sweet image. Beautiful colors and flowers. Thanks for joining us at Speedy's Friends.

Liz Williams said...

I love yoyr blog design. This card is so adorable and so glad you joined us in the Speedy's Friends' Challenge this week.

CraftyC said...

Very sweet, a lovely card!
Clairex

Crystal said...

So pretty, love the vintage look and your colouring is fabulous as always!

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Your card is so sweet. Love the soft colors and cute image. Your placement of the flowers is awesome, too!

Joanne Travis said...

This is so soft and sweet. Love that Tilda image.
Thanks for playing in Speedy's Friends Challenge this week!

Lisa said...

So pretty! Thanks for joining us at Stamp Something this week!

Dawn Mercedes said...

such a lovely set of flowers!

Dawn
Speedy Cat's Friends Challenge

Risa said...

What a beautiful card!!!! Your image, coloring and detail are amazing! Thanks for joining us at KLSNS!
hugs
Risa:)

Pat Jandacek said...

I especially like the lace frame. It's an all around lovely card. TFS

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