Thursday, October 7, 2010

Sparkle and Glitter Dinner Tilda



I have been working on my little "Tilda" project for about a week, and finally completed her.  The Spellbinders Nestabilities "Labels Seven" available at Lora's (Canadian) online store, which have been in my case for over a year finally got used.
















I decided upon an Easel card using iridescent white for the pages and shaded them with Tim Holtz Antique Linen, to give  depth. Dinner Tilda, which is available at Magnolia-licious was coloured with copics: B91; B93; B95; R00; R20; E00; C01; and a white glaze gel pen for the pearls and shoes.  Icy Stickles were used to add some bling to the silk flowers, ribbons, beads and the little flowers inside.  I wrote a very tiny letter on the book page, picturing Tilda writing in her diary while waiting for Edwin to take her out to dinner.



The inside is another Magnolia stamp available at Magnolia-licious. I used the EK Success punch for the scrolls and flowers and Martha Stewart's Sunburst border punch for the sentiment and for the outside decorations, distressing the edges with SU Pretty in Pink.

I am entering this in the following challenges:
"Totally Tilda  Glitter and Sparkle Challenge #6" 
" Mojo Monday Sketch 159"
"Secret Crafter Challenge #103", which happens to be an easel card challenge
"Stamptacular Sunday Challenge #79" - Layer it on!


Hope you like it, and will take the time to leave  a comment - it is always enjoyable knowing that someone appreciates the work they see.

Remember, "Stamp up a Storm, Ink up a Wish and send it on to brighten someone's day"

Rubber hugs, Inky wishes, Cricut chirps and Cuttlebug squishes,
Madge
aka: maddie6833

32 comments:

syllie said...

Wow, this is just gorgeous. I love what you did with the easelcard in combination with the nestabilities. And your colors are so sweet also Tilda is looking great.
Hugs Sylvia

Card Crazy said...

Oooooooo, that's so beautiful.
Sue S.

Rene said...

Wow wow wow!!! What an amazing job!

shelly said...

So pretty. I love the book idea, the book mark and Tilda looks lovely!

PaulaM said...

This is very pretty. I like all the softness and that hanging embellishment is perfect. TFS

Shelley said...

It is a gorgeous card! I just love how you put the whole thing together. YOur ideas are amazing. Wish I had that kind of talent.

KayBeHybrid said...

soooo beautiful.. i´m speachless.. ♥♥♥
Hugs, Katrin

Barb Hardeman said...

Oh WOW!!! What a lot of work went into creating this beautiful Easel card! Your book idea is pure genius! The flowers, ribbon, punched pieces are all gorgeous! Bravo!
Hugs,
Barb

Myrna said...

I love this!! I thought you had a book on your card. I even have this Nestie and have used it. lol Great job on your Tilda and card!!

Carlotta Vachon said...

Very Cute idea. Very femanine. Nice job.

Christina C. said...

Absolutely stunning! Very soft and feminine....love it!

Dena said...

Maddie, you card is adorable! Love the book idea!!!
Hugs, Dena

Candy said...

Beautiful work! Love the book idea :o)
Hugs ~

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

Hope you don't mind me stopping by your blog to tell you about Papercraft Star (just in case you don't already know!) We'd love to have you enter some of your inspired projects in our challenges there. We're also having a DT call soon and want to tell papercrafters like you about the call! There is still time to enter our PTI gift certificate drawing too! http://papercraftstar.blogspot.com/2010/09/another-gift-certificate-give-away-at.html

Leslie Avila said...

Wow, this is super cute. I love how you've incorporated the easel card as a book stand. YOu're so creative. Great job.
Blessings to you~
Leslie Avila

Suzanne J Dean said...

Just lovely--love the book and writing and such pretty, soft colors!

hugz,
Suzanne

MIE said...

I love this card.

sandy said...

This card is amazing - absolutely amazing ---- every time I think I have seen the best another card comes along and says "no, I am the best" and you have certainly created a masterpiece!
Sandy D

paola said...

super cute, and you have given me my sollution to why i never make step cards, where to write something for the reciever. I totally love this idea of a book in the step card, positively gorgeous!!now i would have liked to have become a follower of your blog, but there are no gadgets or labels down the side, nada? TFS
smiles
Paola

draco220 said...

Just gorgeous!!! Simply amazing. You should be very proud. I hope one day I can produce a card of this quality. Congratulations...

{Jane} said...

Beautiful easel card

Thanks for joining us on SCSC :)

Hugs Jane x
SCSC DT

Teri said...

Oh my word!!! What a gorgeous creation!!!! Just beautiful and so beautifully made, too!!! Ingenious!!! Totally wonderful!!
Teri

Anonymous said...

Hey Darlin' So this is what you've been up to!! This one is absolutely amazing!! So glad I popped in.

Your Biggest Fan,
KK

Danielle Champagne said...

Hellon Madge, this is a beautiful easel card, I love all the little details!Tilda is so pretty waiting for Edwin. Love your diary shape and the gorgeous little jewel, so feminine! very nice layering job.

Thank's for playing along with us this week in our Stamptacular Layer-it-on challenge. Hope to see you again soon.
Hugs,
Danielle

Marianne-db said...

Wow, this is amazing! Lovely easel card, great idea with the book!
Thanks for joining our fun at Stamptacular this week! Hope to see you again soon :-)
Hugs, Marianne

Susie Sugar said...

Fantastic card Tilda looks lovely
Sorry I'm late commenting I've had internet problems
Thanks for entering Totally Tilda
Hugs Susie xx

Carolyn said...

This is totally stunning. I am in complete love with this gorgeous easel card. Fabulous design. Thanks so much for sharing such a fabulous creation with us for our Layer It On Challenge at SSC.
Hugs xx
Carolyn

Kim said...

This is so sweet!! Great idea with the book and the easel card is fabulous! Thanks for the inspiration and TFS!!

Pat said...

OOooh...how beautiful! I love the open book. You are tooooo creative! Pat Frank

cabio's craft corner said...

Oh Madge, This is a super cute easel card. Love the design and set up :o)
Hugs,
Cabio

Pam said...

I love your take on the easel card. so clever. Beautifully done!
I certainly will have to try this sometime.
Thanks so much for sharing your fabulous idea.
~Pam L.

Deirdre said...

AMAZING. Just beautiful.

Thanks so much for playing along with Paperplay this week. ♥