Flower Tilda

31 December, 2010

Some more stampin up papers – I just loved this paper – it’s perfect for this card with the large flower, which I coloured from my stamping up inks. Tilda is coloured in with both copic markers and stampin up inks on watercolour paper.



Tilda with Curls

28 December, 2010

Here’s Tilda with Curls, I love her curls – most liekly since I have dead straight hair and always wanted some curls in mine!

Again using up some of my Stampin Up collection of papers and embellishments! I’ve coloured her in with both Copic markers and Stampin Up inks on watercolour paper.


Dreamy Tilda for you

25 December, 2010

Merry Christmas Everyone! Here’s a little treat from my old stash.

It’s Dreamy Tilda again with some of my retired Stampin Up papers. I do love to collect paper, I think it’s definitely time to start using up my papers and embellishments!


Sitting Tilda

18 December, 2010

Isn’t she cute? I was never a real big fan of cutting out, colouring in, or even Magnolia stamps – gues what? I’m not reformed. This was one of my tests using copic pens and Stampin Up inks on Watercolour paper. It’s great! I’m so delighted with the outcome. I love my Stampin Up papers – they just bring out this Valentine Tilda just perfectly. It definitely helps when the Stampin Up! inks match the paper. This is why I love Stampin Up! The co-ordination just makes it sooooo easy.


I’m going to give this to my parents for Christmas I think – not really Christmassy is it? But that’s OK. I hope they like it!

Inky Hugs,


Dreamy Tilda and SU

12 November, 2010

Recently I went to the Craft and Quilt Fair here in Brisbane and I knew it was going to be a little dangerous… anyway, many purchases later and then finally at home so I could play – I came up with this card for a friend that invited me to her Stampin’ Up! party!  It’s so strange being on the otherside of the table (considering I’m a Stampin’ Up! demo, but it was just so lovely to be there. I love the new Satin Ribbon from Stampin’ Up! Just so gorgeous. Not to mention the bling on the butterflies.


Stamps: Dreamy Tilda
Paper: Celebrations DSP