Saturday, 1 September 2012

Tilda with carrots - Sending Many thanks

Today I wanna share you a card, before I am going to my hometown for the weekend :)

A card with another shape, not a square as this is use to inspired on Stempel-Meggie Challenge and we have a theme to make a card with other shape, and this time I don't use any design paper but I made it using Magnolia stamp : Autumn Oak Leaves from Turning Leaves 20112, stamped with always artichoke color randomly spread with spice marmalade distress ink and blending the background using dusty concord and old paper distress ink, for more accent I did stencil some pasta moulding using Prima stencil brick.

Image I used  is : Tilda with carrots - Turning Leaves 2012 colored with distress ink, glowing her with Twinkling H2O - Indian copper

A big flower I put on here was made from Japanese Washi paper cutting with Magnolia DooHickey - Peony petals, after I cut them I was doing hand crumpled, arrange all the petals and then give it crackle paint picket fence and stardust glittering.

Here is the inside of my card, I let a blank space for writing the message

And I took the picture from left side :)
Hope you are like my card today, and if you have a wonderful weekend too ...

Some challenge I loved to entering this card:
Allsorts - Anything but square
PaperPlay - Appreciated /Thank you
7 Kids college fund - Anything Goes



Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Absolutely beautiful, I love the wall background and your colouring and layout are fabulous
Lindsay xx

Stempelbavaria said...

Hallo Yulis,
Diene Karte ist wunderschön gestaltet, bin total begeistert!
LG Daniela

brenda said...

Your card is really beautiful Yulis and that frosted rose embellishes it perfectly.

It's really great to see you at Allsorts challenge this week, many thanks for joining in.

N x

Christy Designs said...

keren deh kartunya. Senang sekali kalo liat kartu kartu mu. Ini lagi Mudik kemana Bu.... :)

Elizabeth Allan said...

Yulis this is a harvest of good wishes. Wonderful techniques in this design!