Saturday, January 22, 2011

Magnolia's Japanese Tilda

Magnolia's Japanese Tilda
Tag is made from Stampin Up Stamps
Butterflies are lace, I just cut them as I need them.
Wild Craft Orchid Flowers
Martha Stewarts Branch Punch
Floral Oragami Paper is from a friend in Japan.
Image Cardstock Gina K designs' Pure Luxury White
All the rest of the Card stock is Stampin Up!
Stampin Up Rose Red Classic Ink Pad
Stickles Glitter Glue
Copic markers

Japanese Tilda Front of Card closeup


Japanese Tilda Close Up

Japanes Tilda Base of Easel Card Close Up

11 comments:

justme1972 said...

I enjoyed all your cards today, but esp. Chinese Tilda!

just me,
laura

Barb Hardeman said...

Ooooooh! Love that beautiful flower arrangement and the other elements you added to this fabby card! This image is precious and putting her on this Easel card really shows her off!
Hugs,
Barb

Sandy said...

I have jsut been going through your blog and you sure have been busy! Nice Chinese Tilda !
Sandy Dehon

Leslie Avila said...

Wow, you rocked this Asian Tilda card! Just fabulous!
Blessings,
Leslie

Linda Imler said...

Wow! What beautiful flowers, your coloring is great. Where did you get those butterflies?
Love you card
Linda I aka Craftin Kay

Iulia said...

Wow! So beautiful and so complex. One can surely look at your card for a half an hour to discover all the details! I love the coloring and the roses and that butterfly!
Hugs, iulia

Kelly Neis said...

I just caught up with your blog entries. I love how your cards are embellished. They are all so pretty and your coloring is great.

Christina C. said...

Your Chinese Tilda is totally awesome! Great job!!!

cabio's craft corner said...

Your card is totally stunning!!
Hugs,
Cabio

Pen to Paper said...

Awww how cute. I thought her name was Japanese Tilda though? I have her as well and made a card with her. I will be posting soon. I really like the color scheme you have used with this card. The blacks and reds go perfectly!

Hugs,

Jackie

THE HOOSIER STAMPER said...

You are right it is Japanese Tilda, I always get her and Chinese Tilda mixed up, think I've got the post fixed. Thank you! I don't have a brain most of the time :o)