Saturday, 17 May 2008

Tilda Goes Shabby

Morning,

Following on from the Goth Tilda card I made yesterday, I have now made a Tilda card and made it distressed and shabby.

I started by stamping the image onto cream card using Sepia VersaFine ink. I then used Adirondack pads in Rust, Butterscotch and Espresso along with a waterbrush, to colour her in.



I matted her onto some brown paper and distressed the edges of the mats, then swiped a piece of Cut & Dry foam that had Walnut Stain ink on it, around the edges.




I used DaisyD and Junkitz papers along with plain cream card and Bazzill Bling for the mats under the image mat and then put together some Prima "Got Flowers" with some pearly beaded brads. I added a couple of photo turns to the corners and then distressed the edges of the main card and rubbed Walbut Stain around this too.

So, another slightly different Tilda....have got my thinking cap on what to do with the other one I have now!!

Thanks for looking

Hels x

9 comments:

Andrea said...

love this Tilda to Hels and she looks great in them colours, look forward to seeing more Tildas from you x

craftyscot said...

this is gorgeous Hels, only you could create such a unique Tilda, she is fab and I can't wait to see what else you produce
x

Joy said...

I realy like this Tilda love the shabby chic look xx

Mee said...

Tilda looks great with some shabby chic :o)

Ellen said...

I love the colours on this card far away from the sweety, yakky usual ones. ( still a shame about the face though, she'll never grow on me.)

** Shaz ** said...

This one i really really like xxx

Ann said...

Tilda's very appealing in shabby chic
colours & attire!!! love your 'take' on Tilda!!! xxx

Angie C said...

Hels has gone Tilda mad LOL. Another great card Hels and lovely colours - very shabby indeed :-)

Linda Elbourne said...

OMG exactly how many Tilda stamps have you bought??? LOL I love this more than I love having a week off work :0)

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