Wednesday, September 12, 2018

More Tilda

It is a new challenge over on the Butterfly blog

#107 Spin The Butterfly wheel with the Letter A.

Here are my inspiration cards to show you.

First card  uses  Amethyst/Add layers/ Butterfly.

I actually made the card front several years ago at a class I went to. We didn't have time to finish all the cards so this has been sat in my unfinished box ever since. The class was to learn the Pointillism technique  and  we were using Copic  pens to do the colouring. The stamp is by Woodware. I have layered it onto several different shades of Purple/Lilac/Amethyst cardstock and then the panel has been adhered with 3D pads onto a white base card. The butterfly is made using Memory Box Pippi and Isabella dies. I found some toning card stock in my stash that matched the flower and the pearl was in my stash.

Entering above into the following challenges;
Pile It On #146 Think Big.
Crafty Gals Corner #174 3 + Layers.
Lil Patch Of Crafty Friends #89 Anything goes.
Penny's Paper Crafty #397 Anything goes.

Second card  uses  Apricot /Add ribbon/ Butterfly.

This image is Tilda with flowers and is another one that I coloured outside in the recent hot spell (already a fading memory). I used my Marvy LePlume II water colour pens and blended with a water brush. The design paper is by Crafters Companion 'Vintage Floral Collection'. I have adhered the image onto apricot cardstock with 3D pads. butterflies are made using a small Tonic punch and then coloured with a Promarker to match. The ribbon flower was in my stash. Sentiment is two die cuts by Cheerylynn Designs B235 and B445.

Entering this card into the following challenges:
Dream Valley #186 Girlie.
Pixies Crafty Workshop #334 Snippets (tiny piece of cardstock used for the words)
The Crafter's Cafe #203 3of something  (three punched butterflies)


Doreen said...

Two gorgeous cards,I love both images but the flower is quite

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Two gorgeous cards Valery Anne, I love the backing paper that you've used with the beautiful Tilda stamp.

Sue xx

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

Fabulous colouring on the first one with the Pointillism technique! Love the effect!
The second card is so sweet and clean, love the water colouring on the Tilda!

Jackie T said...

Hi Mrs A your cards are stunning I love them both. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Mrs.B said...

Great cards Mrs A. Its a stunning image on the first one.
Avril x x

Margo said...

Great Tilda card and I realy love the first one, the text is just beautiful !

Karenladd said...

I just had to come over from the Butterfly challenge to see how you made that first card with the Pointillism technique. What a great effect, and one that I'll have to try sometime.

Kathleen said...

Phew, what a relief for a minute on my dashboard I thought the wheel was your card.
Nice combination of colours.
Love the image and colours on the first card and a lovely butterfly, but I am not a Tilda fan but it is a really nice card with lovely colouring and papers.

Kath x

Mia said...

Both gorgeous cards, Valery. Lovely colours and great design. I love the butterfly die and Tilda! Hugs, my friend.

Linda Mc Enery said...

How lovely to finally create a card with a stashed image! Beautiful technique on your image and lovely papers! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenges!

Dawn said...

She is so sweet .. noting the three butterflies too. Thanks for adding to the Crafter's Cafe Challenge. I wish you the best of luck.
Happy Crafting.

Donna said...

Such gorgeous cards, the first one is stunning with the Pointillish and the second one is just adorable!

creationsnz said...

Your colours work well together and the butterflies go nicely with the theme. Thanks for joining us at the Crafters Café for our 3-of-something challenge, CarolG

Mac Mable said...

What a wonderful technique on your first beautiful card. Well done you on keeping the card front and great to be able to use it at last. adorable and pretty second card and yes fading memory our end too of the hot spell x.

Di said...

Love both cards my friend! The Tilda snippets one is so cute!


Di xx

Jana Forrest said...

Love how your colors just flow together so nicely. Thank you for joining us over at Crafty Gals Corner Challenge. Best of luck and hope to see you again soon. DT~Jana Forrest

Helen said...

Gorgeous cards!
Thanks for playing at Pile It On!
Helen x