27/08/2010

New cards

Here is part of the stash I ordered today. The card shape is new for me, but I love it. This card is very plain and simple - Lili of the Valley stamp I ordered from eBay. Craftwork cards cardstock, ribbon and sentiment. Flower from The Works.

I would like to enter this card (the blue one) into the following challenge: Totally papercrafts - Clean and simple.

Here is the finished Indian Tilda that I coloured a couple of weeks ago. I like the centre panel because the pattern reminds me of Bindi's. I know the strips are wonky, its my trimmers fault! Payday today so I'm hunting for a new Woodware one later. *enter smiley face here* LOL
Have a lovely Bank Holiday Weekend everyone! Take care xxx

16 comments:

  1. Two lovely cards. Lovely rich colours on the Tilda card and the DP across the centre is perfect! The LOTV card is gorgeous, lovely image and the flower very pretty, I'll have to put The Works on my list next time I have a day out!

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  2. Lovely cards. I love the indian tilda one. I would never have noticed the wonky lines if you hadnt pointed them out!

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  3. gorgeous. like INdian Tilda even though I hate wearing Saris!

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  4. both great cards but i love the simplicity of the top one x

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  5. Gorgeous cards. I love the indian tilda, she's beautiful. x

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  6. Both the cards are gorgeous, love them

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  7. they are great, did u use promakers to colour them with? x

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  8. Fab cards think my favourite is the pastel blue one.( I hadn't noticed the wonky cutting either!)

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  9. Yes Jellybaby - I love them!

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  10. Lovely cards i love the colours on the indian one

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  11. These are both such pretty cards but I think my favourite is the blue one.

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  12. Two gorgeous cards. I think the blue one is my favourite too. x

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  13. Hi Julie

    lovely cards and great colours thanks forjoining us at tpc

    Joey.x

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