Sunday, August 1, 2010

T-Slide Card for Tilda

What a great sketch project Mindy Baxter has challenged us to try for August.  She suggested the tutorial from Splitcoast Stampers here.

All the information on how you can join in on the challenge is at the Magnolia-licious Highlites blog.
You could win a couple of Magnolia stamps from Magnolia-licious!

Probably not a surprise, but used Distress Inks to color the cutie Wrapped Tilda.  Added some Glossy Accents to the bow behind her and
some Stickles for some shine!

Magnolia #3001 Wrapped Tilda
Magnolia #4 Leaf and Swirl DooHickey Die   (Pre-Order)
PSX Happy Birthday Stamp
Pre-made flowers
Spellbinders Lattice Die
Martha Stewart Layered Arches Border Punch
Stampin' Up Round Tab Punch
Cuttlebug Ornamental Iron and Swiss Dots Embossing Folders
Distress Inks:  Dried Marigold, Worn Lipstick, Tattered Rose, Tea Dye, Bundled Sage, Brushed Corduroy
Graphic 45 Le' Romantique Collection Paper
Ribbon, Stickles, Glossy Accents, Foam Tape

You can find the Wrapped Tilda and the Leaf Die at Diana's Magnolia-licious Store
 along with a fantastic selection of many other Magnolia stamps and dies.

Hope you will give this T-Slide Card a try, it was lots of fun to make!

Enjoy the day!!!


Angie said...

Patti Jo, How gorgeous! You added so much detail to such a small space and it's PERFECT!


Janie Printz said...

Morning Patti Jo, what an ADORABLE card this morning. LOVE her & love the T-Slide, never saw that before ...Your little Tilda is colored so beautiful & I REALLY like that Spellbinders die. I actually think I have that one & must give it a try ... Beautiful papers & flowers ...
Hugs, Janie

Pam S. said...

Fabulous & fancy Patti Jo! Beautiful coloring and designing! ♥♥♥♥♥ I saw this on the paper punch gal's blog awhile back but I knew everyone would beat me to getting it tried! a little competitive now and then! ha! lol Got some new punches yesterday... confession...your turn!!! lol
Pam Going Postal

Anne said...

Wow, what a beautiful and sweet card! Love the colors and the layout! :)

April Rose said...

This is a beautiful T-slide card--I love the colors, papers and flowers! Tilda is gorgeous! Fabulous work!

6 wacky women said...

Gorgeous card Patti Jo
The colours and your details are beautiful. Love the T-slide, I will have to give it a try!

Karen x

Silvie Z said...

Gorgeous, Patti Jo! Awesome color combo and layout! You did a wonderful job!
Silvie from France

Anonymous said...

Now that is an awesome card!!!! Truly you're a gifted artist. Lin

Cheryl said...

Your card is beautiful, Patti Jo! I love the soft colors, peach is a favorite of mine!
The use of the medallion behind her is super!

Only By His Grace said...

Hi Patti Jo!

At long last I can comment on the last three cards you have made. This one is just adorable. Your coloring is fab and it looks to me like you have used two different colors in her dress to get that beautiful peach color. I love the whole design and hopefuly soon I will try one of these.
Hugs Marion

Jennibee's Cardspot said...

What a fantastic card!! love the T slide, thanks for the link, you have coloured it beautifully as usual
Love the greens and creams together
Love Jenni

Mutzy Mia said...

Patti Jo this is just darling...I love everything about it. Being a fan of Graphic 45 paper it was fun to see you use it here. Have never tried a T-Slide Card...thanks for the photo's showing it "in process" of opening, that's helped me understand how they work! Will have to attempt one.

Peggie said...

Such a pretty card. Love the colors. I need to try one of these.

Baukje said...

Thank you so much for visiting my, very much a work in progress, blog Patti Jo it was a lovely surprise to see your very kind comment.
Your work is truly amazing, but I think I may have already said that LOL. I adore all you latest Tildas, they are all so beautifully coloured, and of course your amazing flowers.


Stampin Mindy said...

This is beautiful Patti! I love those papers. That Tilda is beautiful too. I love how you placed her on the nestie. Looks very elegant.

Hugs, Mindy

PlumTuckered's Paper Plays said...

My goodness what a gorgeous card!!
I can only dream of making such beautiful cards someday!


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