Sunday, 15 February 2009

Tilda on a bridge - Happy Birthday

So I was given two Tilda stamps, I have never owned any of these images, and resisted buying them as I felt the craze had been and gone in Europe, without me even being aware of it! Having said that, they sure are cute. So I fancied making a scene type of card, you can buy bridge, fence, bench stamps from Magnolia, but I wasn't about to go there, so I turned to my cricut and cut the bridge at 4" from the Paper Dolls cartridge out in cream, and some grass at 1" in green.

I coloured the bridge in with every colour of grey and brown copic markers that I have, and was quite pleased with the result. I used the bubbles embossing folder to emboss a scrap of blue for the water, added a few flowers. The words Birthday Girl were cut in pink using the Skipton alphabet from Go-Kreate, and again in black as a shadow. The background paper is from DCWV Nanas Kids stack.
So Valentines day has been and gone, I hope you all had a lovely day. I received my usual bunch of flowers bought from the local garage - bless him, he doesn't know you can buy them from special shops called florists. So I suppose this is the time for us to dust off those cute little bunny stamps and stock up on yellow and green paper.


  1. Beautiful card, love that image.

    Love Karen xxx

  2. Great card Enfys! love the use of the bubble folder and the bridge looks so realistic!!
    Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
    Justine x

  3. oh En what a fabulous job you've done on that bridge with your copics you are quite the artist! And Tilda looks so cute sat there dangling her legs


  4. Hoew beautifully `sweet` is your card it...:)~X~

  5. Loving this one. Had to laugh at your comment about the flowers. My husband used to say why buy them when you have so many in the garden!

  6. This is so clever En - love all the little touches, and your bridge is fabulous xxxxxx

  7. She is so cute! I love what you did with her and the BG too!


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