Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Blue and Cream Tilda

A couple of months ago I was at a card class where we used a cuttlebug folder and a brayer to make the paper more antique.  I absolutely loved the way the card looked.  I decided to give this technique a go all on my own.  I really enjoyed making this card.  I will be sending it to my Magnolia-licious Yahoo Group partner.






Supplies: Paper: SU (Baja Breeze & Early Espresso) & Basic Grey (Capella); Ribbon: Unknown; Punch: SU (Modern Label, Ticket, Word Window); Stamp: SU (teeny Tiny Wishes); Flower: Prima; Cricut: Paisley; Cuttlebug: Paisley; Stickles: Antique Bronze; Ink: Crumb Cake & Early Espresso; Misc: Liquid Pearls & Pearls; Tilda:

11 comments:

  1. Adorable card, I love the distress look!

    Hugs,
    Candi

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  2. I don't know what the technique is that you used but I sure do like what you did!
    Hugs
    Sandy

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  3. Beautiful card, I love your color.
    Hugs Renate

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  4. I love your card I know that your mingle partner
    was proud of it
    hugs Linda

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  5. Lovely card! Beautiful embellies and color choice!
    Hugs, Iulia

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  6. Beautiful card love the soft colors

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  7. Wow, Robin, this is gorgeous! Love the soft colors!

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  8. This is SO pretty! Love your colors and layout!
    Rene :D

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  9. Lovely card, the soft colors make you feel the Spring in the air. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. There is a beautiful shabby chic feel to your card. I love the antique look of the cuttlebug embossing, very rich looking. Very, very pretty.
    Diana

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Thank you for stopping by my little piece of the crafting world. I really appreciate your comments. I hope you enjoy today!! :)Robin