lørdag 26. oktober 2013

London Tilda!

Hi! I am back with a card for MDUC. This week it is lovely Ying who has chosen the theme: Autumn Vintage. Mine doesn't have the warm Autumn colours, I have been inspired by the RAIN! It is pouring down here!
This cute image from Magnolia is called London Tilda, and she is from the Little London Collection
I have coloured her with Distress Ink, re-inkers.
The gorgeous papers I have used are from Maja Design and the Vintage Autumn Basics collection.
I have used some dies from Tim Holtz here, the Weathered Clock and Caged Bird.
The tags are made with Magnolia die, Vintage Tag. And the leaves are from the Leaf and swirl die.
I have added Frantage-Shabby White on several places around the card. On the umbrella, raindrops and boots I have added Crackle Accents. The metal corner is painted with White Gesso and added some frantage as well. 
The flowers are from WOC and Prima. 
Behind the image I have placed some cheese cloth, and a small paper bag. 
All the paper edges are inked with Distress Ink pad-Walnut Stain (I am using the Ink blending tool). You may spot some small pearl hearts in some of the corners, they are from Kort og Godt.
Also the post stamp is from Kort og Godt.
I have fasten some seem binding ribbon which I have coloured myself in the tags. 
I make a mix with distress re-ink drops and water. Here I have used the colours Faded Jeans and Weathered Wood. I spray it on the ribbon, curl it, and let it dry over night. (It is a good idea to use gloves:))
Now it is just to head over to MDUC to have a look at all the beautiful Autumn Vintage creations made by my wonderful teammates!!
Thank you so much for visiting my blog,
and for the lovely comments you take the time to write me:)

4 kommentarer:

Patty O'Malley sa...

I adore this card! I think the colors are lovely! Tilda is the sweetest thing--is this a new stamp? I don't usually see them over here.

yvon sa...

OMG, this is so beautiful.
Hugs, Yvon

Unknown sa...

OMG this is just so beautiful. x

Ida sa...

Nydelig, mange fine detaljer og pynt. Må virkelig studere malingen din!:))