Friday, 12 July 2013

Catch Tilda in purple


Today I'm showing you another Wedding card with Catch Tilda from the new Special Moment collection. I didn't know whether to post this one or not as I'm probably getting a little bit boring with all those Wedding cards. But I did put a lot of work in it so I decided to show it anyway. :)

This one was made on a special request and I had a lot of fun doing it. I even used my almost forgotten white embossing powder for the hearts in the frame. :) There was a lot of dust on that box. lol


For this card I used:

  • colors: TH distress ink markers and distress ink pads
  • ink: Archival black
  • design papers: Far far hill
  • stamp: Catch Tilda (Special Moment Collection, 2013), two hearts (my OLD stash)
  • dies: Magnolia doohickey - svalloped tag, heart swirl
  • Silicone moulds from Martha Stewart
  • flowers from Wild orchid crafts, I am roses and my stash
  • paper doily
  • white organza ribbon
  • white cotton cord
  • white rose trimm 
  • white half pearls
  • white embossing powder
  • stickles glue (stardust)
  • frantage (shabby white).

I'm entering this card into the following challenges: 
  1. Magnolia down under: Shabby/Kathrin's choice  
  2. Bearly Mine Challenges: Summer weddings

 Have a great weekend whereever you'll be and whatever you'll be doing! Hugs, t.


  1. Oh kako je luštna! Pa tako lepo razgibana, čudovita! lp

  2. Oh Tamara, what a precious card! So fine and soft, I particularly love the clay embellishments and the fab flowers arrangement!

    Thanks for sharing your fab work with us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges this week :)

    Hugs, Franz.

  3. WOW, I love this! Sooo beautiful! Great work!

    Thanks so much for joining our Magnolia Down Under Shabby Challenge. Hugs Tanja

  4. ooo Tudi tale nevestica je zelo lepa; krasna voščilnica!
    Hvala, ker se igraš tudi z nami pri BearlyMineChallenge :-))

  5. Še ena Tilda, ki meče šopek ... Čedna! Preštevam vse dodatke in se zraven čudim, kako ti vse uspe tako zapolnit, da ne deluje preobteženo in načičkano, :), Saša