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Friday, October 28, 2011

Nurse Tilda

I made this card for the challenge at: http://magnolia-licioushighlites.blogspot.com/
Started out with Stampin Up CS and DP, added cheesecloth, cut ovals with Nestabilities dies, EK Success circle punch and a SU punch (forgot the name). The flower was made with a die from MFT.
Tilda was colored with Copics: E000, E00, R20, C0, C1, C3, C5, C7, 110, R29, B000, B00, B97, E35. Added a felt flower under my flower and stickles to the center.
Thanks for looking,
Hugs,
Pam:)

16 comments:

Peggie said...

Looks great. The cheesecloth reminds me of gauze.

Cami said...

Hi Pam! I had to laugh at Peggie's comment. The cheesecloth really looks like gauze and it's just perfect for this cute card you've made with Nurse Tilda! Love this!
Hugs, Cami

Karen's Fun Blog said...

THis is sooo cute! : )

Norma said...

Just gorgeous, Pam. Love the colour scheme you've chosen. Nurse Tilda is just too cute. Love the cheesecloth/gauze--very inspiring.
hugs,
Norma

julieprice3 said...

Great job Pam, lovely colouring, very pretty
hugs Julie P

cabio's craft corner said...

So fun using the cheesecloth as embellies and this card is adorable :-)
Hugs,
Cabio

Rene said...

So pretty Pam!!!
Rene :D

Patti Jo said...

Sure cheer up anyone receiving this card! Love your "gauze" effect! Great job Pam!

NGCARDS said...

Gorgeous card hun :) Also thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such a lovely comment! xxx

Linda said...

Wow what an adorable card!!!!! the colors are gorgeous and Tilda is adorable!!!!! Fabulous job!!!!!!

Linda said...

Congrats on your win !!!!! Fabulous!!!!!

Monique said...

Your card is beautifull. That image is so cute.

Hugs Monique

Julie said...

Just darling! I love the cloth background.

Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment!

Julie

NGCARDS said...

Gorgeous card hun :) Also the 'frost' is created by dipping the flowers in twinklets diamond dust glitter xxx

Iulia said...

Beautiful card, Pam!
Have a happy weekend hun!
Hugs, Iulia

Sandy said...

This is really a cute card Pam - but I keep telling everybody that is is no hypodermic needle for humans. I think she is a vet!!!