Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Daisy Tilda

I have really been a stamping kick lately. That's a good thing except for I am not getting my housework done or my lawn mowed. Do you know anyone who works for cheap - real cheap? :)
Anyway here is my card.
 Tilda was colored with copics with some white pen highlights. The background is done with a technique I haven't use in years but I think it is pretty cool. It is done with a Kalidicolor ink pad and a brayer. Ink up the brayer making then keep the yellow end in the center and keep rolling around in a half circle. There will be corners that are blank so ink up the blue part again and roll the corners. (Is this clear as mud?) The clouds are stamps from Penny Black. First I did them with some puffy paint but didn't really like them so I added some stickles but that didn't do the trick either. I was rooting around in my drawers and came across some fun flock and that was just right. The fence is done with a Martha Stewart punch as is the butterfly and the scallops on the bottom. The yellow paper is some I have had for 10 years I bet. You just never know when you will need something. I tied baker's twine around the yellow and then added flowers with yellow stickles for centers. Mini pearls are on the butterfly and the centers of the punched border.
Here is the inside. The little flower in the corner is done by cutting two half flowers from the border punch and putting them together with a small pearl in the center.
I stayed up way too late last night finishing this card. It just wouldn't let me alone until I finished it. I'll pay for it today by being tired. :)
I am entering this in weather challenge at Magnolia-licious


Danielle Champagne said...

Very lovely Peggy, I need that sun in montreal, it is sooo grey today. Hugs.

Cathy Lee said...

Adorable, Peggie. Tilda looks gorgeous with that background scene. Lovely card inside and out.
Cathy Lee

Loz said...

Fabulous card and image..Loz

Paper Tails said...

Very pretty! I love what you did with the background.


Anonymous said...

The background is just beautiful, what a lovely scene you've created
Hugs Julie P

Candy said...

Hi Peggy,
What a super card you have made.
Wonderful background!.
Tilda is lovely.
Thank you for joining in our Magnolia-licious and Wee Challenge Blog.
Hugs, Candy

Norma said...

What a lovely card, Peggie. Love the cheerful colours. Beautiful colouring of this adorable Tilda. Love those gorgeous flowers and the puffy clouds.

..Karen said...

So beautiful! Love the colors!

Kelly Neis said...

Bright sun shiny card! Very cheery and beautiful too.
Hugs Kelly

Rene said...

I love this Tilda and I do not use her enough! Beautiful card Peggy!
Rene :D

Sandy said...

Hey Peggy!!! Your card is magical and beautiful! I love the sunshine in the back and the gorgeous flowers along the fence - great idea!!! So very, very pretty!!!

cathylynn said...

Great background with Tilda. All very lovely! Cheerful too! m Great job.
Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

EnblogSail said...

Love this happy and cheery card!

Linda Palmer said...

I love the flowers along the fence line and your beautiful coloring on Tilda. This is a beautiful card.

Janiel/ janny said...

Very cute and Creative!! Thank you for sharing with us at the Wheather Challenge at Magnolia-licious!! hugs, Janiel

cabio's craft corner said...

Beautiful card Peggie. Love the fabulous background you create on this project. Thanks for joining us at Magnolia-licious & Wee Stamps Challenge :o)

Emily Keaton said...

Wow, I just LOVE how you did the background for this card--what a great idea! Looks like Tilda is enjoying a beautiful sunset :)

Sparkly Engineer said...

Well skipping cores is worth it for cards like this - keep up the good work and if you find that cheap housekeeper lmk