Saturday, November 26, 2011

India Tilda

India Tilda - Recently, I was visiting my daughter and she has a friend from India. While her Friend dresses in western ware, her friends mother was visiting from India and her mother wore the tradition India dress everyday. I think they are so pretty and I love the bright colors. She also wore the red dot on the forehead. I really enjoyed hearing about the different customs and traditions of her culture.

I had this stamp of Tilda before my visit and I had stamped it to take with me on my trip, so I really wanted to color it up when I got home. I didn't end up with enough time there. I went to help out with my new grandson. I was there for 2 weeks, but with a new baby and a 2 year old, I was very busy.

My card is my DT card for Craft Your Days Away. Our challenge this fortnight is button and bow and we are sponsored by Crafty Emma's.

For my card I used K & Company, Berry Sweet DP. My punch is a MS.

I colored my Magnolia image with Copic's and added Stickles to the rick rack on her top and skirt. I used spring Flower Soft on the spray flowers on her arm.

Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge #Sketch
Deep Ocean Challenge Blog C is for ...... Chartreuse
Moving Along With the Times Ribbons and Bows
Alphabet Challenge Blog V=Vibrant


  1. This is gorgeous sweetie. Love your colouring and your papers are divine.


  2. Great card - very vibrant! And what a lovely Tilda!
    Thanks for joining us at Alphabet Challenge Blog!


  3. Ah this is super, thanks for playing our ribbons and bows challenge on MAWTT this week, Love Hazelxo

  4. beautifully colored! LOVE it!

  5. This is REALLY pretty!!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at PeachyKeenStamps!!!


  6. Really cute card! I love image and papers too!

    Thank you for playing with us at Deep Ocean with your amazing work.

    Hugs, Franz.

  7. Very nice card and pretty papers! Thanks for joining the PK challenge!

  8. This is gorgeous .. what fab papers and colours
    Thanks for joining us at MAWTT this week
    Lisa x

  9. What a wonderful image! I love the colouring and the papers too.
    Thanks for joining us at the Deep Ocean