Friday, October 4, 2013

London Tilda

It's a wet, (but not so) gloomy day here in Chicago. 
A perfect day craft and also to snuggle up and have some hot cocoa or a bowl of warm chicken soup.  And because it is raining, my card for you today features London Tilda from the 
I used Magnolia Blue Vintage Hydrangea designer paper from the Sea Breeze Collection.

As usual, I colored her with DI Reinkers and I stamped the image using Archival Ink Coffee (2nd/3rd generation).  It may look like it's a no-lines technique but actually you can still the light brown lines. It sort of fades when the image is colored with darker ink so it seems like there are no lines.  But in the light colored areas of the image, you can see the lines.

Flowers are from WOC and the charms, metal corner, doily, lace, seam binding are all from my stash.
I also covered the air clay heart with Crackle Accents.  For the rain drops, I used Glass Effects.


Don't forget, tomorrow is Magnolia Day in Boras, Sweden!
There will be prizes and give aways, tutorials/demos and lots of fun stuff!

Have a wonderful weekend.
Thank you for stopping by and I really appreciate all your comments...
and letting me know you were here.

See you soon!


  1. A stunning creation, Mae. I adore this sweet Tilda. Superb coloring and lovely details!

  2. Your card is beautiful Mae. She is adorable and beautifully coloured. Love the design.
    Hugs Sharon. x


Thanks for stopping by!