Saturday, 19 March 2011

Mothers Day Tilda

I took the original inspiration for this card from one of last years Magnolia Ink magazines & adapted to my own interpretation. I had been to a Sir Stamp A Lot Tilda class on last Tuesday so had wanted to make a scene on my card.
I started by making my own BP for the bottom of the wall by stamping up a Dimension Fourth stamp with Walnut Stain Distess Ink, so it looks like a brocade wallpaper. Added a fake dado rail by colouring in with Promarkers a small piece of card. The shelf is made the same way. On the shelf I used a Molly Blooms stamp & used shrink plastic to make them small enough to sit on the shelf & added a cutlery charm. The tablecloth effect, I made by using a MS punch Large Daisy & wrapping it around the shelf to give a lacy effect.

Kitchen Sideboard & Baking Tilda with wooden spoon are coloured with Promarkers. The picture I made by cutting up Funky Foam (do you remember & mounting the little flowers onto acetate with Glossy Accents & sandwiching the acetate between the funky foam. As it is an easel card, I needed to make something to stop the card falling forward, so I made a rug out of card & pierced the edges & threaded raffia through it to make the fringe.
Added a few flowers to the front edge, along with dewdrops. The sentiment is a Magnolia Doohickey tag die which you can see popping out of the side where I have mounted a housing so the tag can be pulled out & the sentiement read. Unfortunately I did not take a photo of this in full, but as this card is for my sons girlfriend to give to her mum, it is a Mothers Day card for sure.
Entered into the following challenges.
Magnolia Stamp Lovers Use dies (Magnolia Doohickey die)
Sparkles Challenge Mothers Day
Crafty Cardmakers Make Your own BP
Pennys Challenges In the Kitchen
Stamps R Us In the Kitchen
Crafty Creations Mothers Day
Crafty Catz Mothers Day
Just Magnolia Fav Colour Combo (I seem to gravitate towards orange/brown & earth tones a lot)
Stamping for the Weekend Mothers Day

UPDATE I have won Top 3 over at Stamps R us for this card.
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