Sunday, 29 June 2008

Sketch this at Tilda's

Over at Tilda & Co, the challenge this week is a sketch, love sketches they make for quick and easy cards, the hardest part is choosing the papers, I used my new tilda from Craftsulove not sure whats she is called, if ya want one just give the girls at craftulove a call and they will be happy to oblige, do give them a call, coz if ya can't see on the website, they may well have it in the shop, they have loadsa designs......

Also do take a look over at StampinCaz's blog Caz did a demo there yesterday and made the most scrumptious cards using their magnolia stamps....

The sentiment is printworks from The card studio, I coloured her with prisma pencils (Thanks Caz) and Sansodor, I have never used prisma pencils before and am quite pleased with the results, I have coloursoft ones and they are very slighty different, I used linen card for the image...

13 comments:

  1. Wow...... schöne Karte und tolle Farben!!!!!!!

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  2. gorgeous card, love the checked papers and this tilda is adoarble :)x

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  3. gorgeous card Kimmie and fab colouring:-)
    Sue
    xx

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  4. Great card Kim! What a lovely image and the colours are fab :)

    Liz xxx

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  5. Great card Kim, love the colours you have used.
    x

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  6. lovely card, great use of colour. hugs rachxx

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  7. Ooooo lovin ya card Kim.

    She is so cute. I've not used her yet but I think I might just have to get her out :o)

    xXx

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  8. This card is fabulous, love the colours and glad I found this blog

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  9. Gorgeous colouring and such a lovely card.

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  10. Beautiful card, love the colours.

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  11. Gorgeous card. I love how you have coloured Tilda and the colours you have chosen.
    Cathy

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