Tuesday, 27 January 2009

Magnolia vs Stampavie # 11

Another go at a non sketch challenge! Am I doing good or what?! This one is for the challenge over at Magnolia Vs Stampavie which was entitled "double trouble" which was to use two stamps. Again used some old stash and images that I'd stamped and coloured ages ago that were just sitting in the box!

Images - Magnolia
Sentiment - Print Works Collection
Paper - Simply Elegant by Papermania
Lace - unknown
Other - Flowers and brads


Tab said...

ooooh such a pretty card, Claire! Love the images and the lace is a lovely touch!
Hugs Tab xxx

Alison said...

Stunning card just love it. Those papers are fab. I'm just looking at mine now as they have seemingly discontinued them. Fab colouring on your image. love it.

Nicola said...

Wow what a fabulous colour combo and your image is coloured to perfection too. This sure is eye candy. -x-

Pam S. said...

my first thought.... ADORABLE!

cats whiskers said...

Thanks for your lovely comments aand they are returned you have a lovely blog, and I do so adore how you colour Tilda you really bring her to life. This is a fabulous card as are the others on your blog
Big Hugs
Jacqui x

Natalie said...

This is fabulous, as is the card in the previous post. x

Bev said...

Claire this is gorgeous! Love those papers and the lace - so pretty
hugs Bev x

Maria said...

Loving your beautiful cards. Will visit again soon. Thanks also for entering my blog candy and good luck. Hugs, Maria

Kim Piggott said...

Claire such a delicious card!
Love your beautiful colouring and wonderful images. Gorgeous papers and detail!
kim x

Michele said...

Gorgeous card. Love the way you've coloured in tilda. Fab papers and I love the lace. Michele x

Sarah-Jane said...

I love this crd, I have these papers but I've never used them - had a bit of a mental block with them I think ! Thanks for the inspiration !! and I love that sentiment, is it a stamp or a rub on it's really nice... You have lot of lovely cards on your blog, Well Done you !!
Sarah-Jane xx