Saturday, May 12, 2012

Summer Flower Tilda

Happy Saturday to you all... well, at least I think it should be Saturday everywhere in the world by now?

My card today is for The Sketchy Challenges. This week Kathrin is hosting and she has created a brilliant sketch to follow. 


I inked up Summer Flower Tilda from the new Summer Memories collection for my card today. The gorgeous cream lace is also Magnolia. I just love the lace they send out and I save it until I have a card for someone special.  This card is actually for my Mum for Mother's Day (sorry Mum, I've not sent it yet!!).



Most of the gorgeous flowers are Wild Orchid Crafts. The papers are Prima Romantique (one of my favs). 
The sentiment is by Lily of the Valley. 


So yep, lots of Stickles again. I was really pleased how my card turned out, it was a bit touch and go there for a bit but of course, it was Kathrin's sketch, so it was always going to turn out well in the end!! haha :) 

Well, I hope you have something fun planned for the weekend.
Happy Mothers Day to all the Mums around the world. 
See you soon,
Hugs x

7 comments:

Wendy said...

Oh gosh stunning I want this image so much very cute and a stunning card beautiful

Hugs Wendy

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Jenny said...

Wow Tilda looks totally lovely on your super card. Loving your colours. Jenny x

Iffa ...... said...

OMG! The colouring you have made on this stamp i absolutly wonderful, so amazing!!
I just love this card =)
Hug Iffa

Nicola said...

Wow Kylie, stunning creation with so much gorgeousness to feast the eyes on! I adore this sweet Tilda perfectly coloured, the flowers are amazing and that tag is the most beautiful finishing touch!
Hugs Nicola xxx

Leah Ann Gast said...

Oh this is sooo precious! Love it so much, so beautiful...Hugs! Leah Ann

Chrissy said...

So beautiful Kylie, love the image, so cute, gorgeous colouring and details..

Luv CHRISSYxx

Helga said...

Wow - a lovely card also gorgeous colored.
Your cards are a fantastic inspiration for me.
Greetings
Helga