Friday, March 25, 2011

Mini Tilda Amongst the Flowers

Still trying to finish more things that I've started.  This is a card I made for a class some time back and had some leftover pieces but added the lattice work in the circle.  This little Tilda was one of the first minis and I sat and colored a bunch of them because they were so cute!!!  This is MINI #384 JAM TILDA.  She is just perfect to sit on the edge of a circle or oval amongst the flowers.
One of my first attempts with ProMarkers, so there wasn't much shading involved!  The background paper is some embossed wallpaper I found a long time ago.  Added flowers and leaves from Punch Bunch.  Used Spellbinders dies to get my circles.  Added pearls and white gel pen for accents.

HERE is a direct link to Diana's Magnolia-licious Store where you can find both minis and regular size Magnolia stamps.  Terrific service and VERY NICE people!!!

The Magnolia-licious Highlites challenge is still going, so there is still time to enter for some very generous prizes!  If you haven't done the hop, you can still check out all the wonderful projects from both design teams!  Click HERE for all the details.

The sun is shining and hopefully will melt off this white stuff AGAIN!!!  Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy every day!
Patti Jo


19 comments:

Barb Hardeman said...

Fabulous work Patti Jo! I love the way you've made Tilda to perch among the flowers and surrounded by the delightful embosses paper. You're having just tooooo much fun with the minis. Beautiful work girl...hugs...Barb

Judy K. said...

Oh how cute, cut, cute this is!!! I don't have any minis yet, got to get some soon. This is absolutly adorable!!!
Judy K.

Peggie said...

Love the woven background. The flowers are so pretty as is Tilda sitting there.

*Vicki* said...

Oh my word this is really precious!! LOVE your colors and that fun lattice design in the background!! So sweet!! TFS! HUGS

Christina C. said...

Your card is fabulous....love the lattice! Your mini is perfect sitting among the flowers. Beautiful job!

Beth said...

Patti Jo, love this card! My eyes immediately went to the paper weaving, as I have woven baskets for about 20 years. What a neat touch! And your mini Tilda is adorable, and your coloring is great on her. Also like the embossed wallpaper. Guess I need to start using some of my wallpaper stash. LOL Don't even know what I have in that drawer anymore.
Have a great weekend!

Angela said...

So pretty Patti Jo! Love the lattice background you made. Great job with your promarkers! hugs, Angela

LINDA W. said...

Gorgeous card Love the lattice
behind Tilda and of course your
beautiful coloring and flowers.
hugs Linda

KarinsArtScrap said...

lovely card pj and great design.

greetings karin

pasjemari said...

Beautiful card !!!

Maria

Iulia said...

Such a lovely card, Patti Jo! Look how cute is that mini Tilda!love it!
I have a blog candy running these days if you happen to pop in:)
Hugs, Iulia

Jennibee's Cardspot said...

Love this as usual Patti Jo, the colours you have used and that gorgeous little miss!! she is perfect in the middle of those beautiful flowers
Love Jenni xx

RenateKreativ said...

Beautiful card, I love your lattice.
Hugs Renate

Diana Crick said...

Gorgeous work Patti. I love the delicate, gentle, theme of the card. Wallpaper, wow you collect everything, looks wonderful.
hugs, Diana

Nágela said...

Nice work. I loved the colors and background of this twisted.

Sandy said...

Really creative - I love the lattice weave in the circle.
Hugs,
sandy

Only By His Grace said...

Nearly missed this one. Fabulous job Patti Jo. Love that shade of green with the mauve. Love all your lattice work and your flowers are stunning. so is Jam Tilda. Hey!! way to go with the ProMarkers....fab job.
Hugs Maz

Pam S. said...

so charming! the lattice is awesome w/Tilda and all your gorgeous flower creating!
Pam Going Postal

cabio's craft corner said...

The lattice on the circle is very cool on this card and Tilda looks so sweet sitting on the bunch of flower bed. Thanks for sharing :o)
Hugs,
Cabio

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