Vintage Card

Finally...I made a card especially to participate in a "Challenge", my first time following one as I don't really have much time to do so..I have a demanding job...he he he. I was in a panic too coz, the deadline will be this coming Thursday and on Monday August 2 is my lovely sister Birthday I was working on this full speed since yesterday & even used my lunch break to cut off those! Since I can't find a DP that suits my mood for this card...I decided to stamp the background of the cover. Three Tildas were involved in this card as I think they belonged to the same theme family...I love the outcome and the oldish look of this card...And the butterflies surely complement the look...they're one of my favourite

Background stamp: Hero Art CG 120 Antique Background (stampad was Versafine Antique Sepia)
Flowers were from Prima FLowers
Butterfly puncher from Martha Stewart
Hair : Copic E 35, YR 23, Y 23
Face: Copic E 11, E 00, E 000, R 20
Sepia dress: E 42, E 41,E 40
Green dress: G 21, G 000
Distress Ink, Wld Honey & Antique Photo from Tim Holz

Wish me luck...*wink* *wink*

Snow White Tilda

Today...I posted this two similar card as I am in the mood of creating something different...Little Tilda looks so cute in her Snow white outfit...I didn't add much as the background picture is already crowded. Just 4 golden picture edger that I cut with Cuttlebug and some nice paper flowers...less is really best for this card...

Tilda with Flower Basket

This is another Tilda that I coloured some time ago with Memento London Fog, grey ink pad...I found a matching paper to complement the whole schem and I punched some Butterfly to matched the butterfly border I had from Cottage cut. The end result was sweet and simple as usual...

Simsalabim Tilda

Pink is certainly an easy colour to work with and I used 2 kinds of DP to complement Tilda's dress colour. The lace in the middle were punched with Martha Steward puncher and dabbed with a little bit of distress ink to bring out it's colour. A nice pink velvet ribbon across the card and some mulberry paper flower I got from recently, to cmplement the whole picture..

Bubbling Tilda

I love this Tilda very much and don't want to waste the whole image by adding too much things around her. The circle behind the white scalloped circle were cut with Cricut as well as the fleur de lis...I add some flowers from Prima Marketing and some bling bling, so the space won't look too empty...

Another Tilda in the Kitchen

It's been a busy 2 days for me as my little one is going back to school...well, she's not really little, 10th grader now who just turn ed 15...! In our country, summer holiday lasted for maximum 6 weeks only. She's so happy being a bigger girl now..hehehe...and me, I really miss her baby time..Now, here's a new simple card I made..the designer paper were punched with Martha Steward border puncher and distressed with Walnut Stain from Tim Holz/Rangers ink pad. Than the oval were stamped with Hero Arts (Memento Rich Cocoa)...I love the antique look of this card...

This loving couple were coloured my early days of learning how to colour with Copic, despite of the imperfection...I love them dearly. That time, my Memento Black Tuxedo Inkpad hasn't arrived yet, so I stamped them with London Fog instead. The background paper and the heart shape doilys paper were from DCWV Linen Closet collection. I cut the doilys with Cottage cut and didsome distressing around the edge with Tim Holz distress ink pad....enjoy....

Patchwork Christmas Card

I had fun doing this one...Christmas is just a few months away from now. This card is easy to make and if you have some remaining/small pieces of DP...this is a good way to use them. I put some red flowers in the corner, compliment from Diana..Will be a busy handcrafting week end for me..

Lady Tilda

I made something simple this I found these DPs from Heidi Grace to complement the colour of her dress. The white part of the scalloped oval was embrossed with Cuttlebug and little tiny flowers from I tempted to put a wording below but...I prefer to leave this one just the way it is...

Tilda in the Kitchen

In the mood of an avid baker too but, my kitchen is a bit neglected since I fall in love with Tilda...LOL. It doesn't matter, I can bake during the week end when I have more spare time. The DP in this card came from American craft, the edges were punch with my favourite Martha Stewart puncher and flowers came from's a pretty bonus, thanks Diana! Tomorrow, I'll come with another card..I promise

Simply Tilda

I created a simple card tonight...something very easy to do...sometime less is best. The paper doily were cut with Cottage cut and the paper flower garland from Thailand. The DP is from Melody Ross...The lacey border were punched with Martha Stewart border puncher. I truly enjoy doing Tilda cards...even though am totally new to this...

Pretty in Pink

Nothing is more rewarding than doing a Magnolia card after a hard day at work. This card was inspired by Barb Hardeman's beautiful card...and off course hers is much much better..! Thanks Barb for the always created a beautiful masterpiece. I embrossed the front part of the card with Cuttlebug, and the flowery DP is from Melody Ross. Purposedly punched a hole in the front part and glued some paper flowers and fleur de lis around the circle...

Purple Tilda

The Card

My treasure box

It's weekend again and I have plentiful of Tildas that I coloured already...resting at home and doing handy craft is relaxing for me...And looking though my treasure box is purely a joy..Here's one new purple card I made yesterday...I forgot each name of the Tilda...but anyway...

Fairytale Tilda

Here's a pinky card that I made yesterday...I think the pattern was used for the Magno-licious birthday bash challenge. Due to my hectic work schedule as am working full time...I can't be too active participating all the group's activites...anyway, I got a lot of inspirations from there...I love the Magnolia paper that match well with the stamp. And I punched the lace with Martha Steward border puncher, dab it a little with distress ink pad. Paper flowers from Thailand...and voila!

Jumping Tilda

The upper part of this card was embrossed with Cuttlebug and coloured with Tim Holz Distress Ink - Old paper. And the DP I used for the buttom part was from DCWV Linen Closet collection. I added beige ribbon to complement the whole picture, as well as some paper flowers and butterfly

Tilda with Violin

Last Friday was my daughter's 15th, time flies and she's a "big" girl now...I created this card to commemorate this special occasion. The back ground was stamped with Encore Gold stamp ad and embrossed with clear embrossing powder. I distress the edges with Tim Holz Antique Photo stamp pad. Than by accident I found a matching ribbon to complement the lay's an enjoyable project to do..

Ladybug Tilda

Coming back from our holiday...I'll have more chance to create more of those cute Tilda's cards...Here's another one of the creations that I made a few days ago ( not a good photographer..hahaha)..I punched the white lacey lady bug with Martha Stewart paper punch and dab the edges with Tim Holz distress ink - Barn Door. The flowers were extra gift frome Diana...thanks Diana and the wooden lady bugs were purchased on our holiday in Thailand...