Friday, 18 November 2011

Christmas Wish ...

I have been playing around with more Kraft card today and this is the result.  
This Tilda is called 'Hanging Ornaments' from Christmas last year.  
I have also tried some crackle glaze on the edges of the Kraft card over the stitching. 
Sorry for the picture quality what with these dull damp days and no sunshine!
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I am entering this card in the Just Magnolia challenge which this time round is 'Ribbon, Ribbon, Ribbon'

Can I take this opportunity to welcome my new followers and thank you all
for your fabulous comments.
Take care, Jane x

15 comments:

Sandra said...

Jane this is just so beautiful:) Sandra H

vickisunshine said...

This is gorgeous, beautiful colouring and layout. I love your blog too, you have some really amazing creations. I'm off to become your latest follower.
Hugs,
Vicki x

Wendy said...

Absolutely gorgeous Jane.
Wendy xx

McCrafty's Cards said...

Beautiful card Jane, fab colouring and design.
Kevin xx

June Nelson said...

Another little beauty and I love how you colour on Kraft card, im busy trying it out at the minute, superb darl xxxxxxx

coops said...

so stunning jane.i love your gorgeous details and colouring and the image is so sweet :D

xx coops xx

Sarpreet said...

Gorgeous card, great layout.

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Gorgeous card, love that backing paper and the stitched edge looks fab
Lindsay xx

Julie said...

A lovely card, beautiful colouring

Callis Crafts said...

Loving your Tilda cards. Best of luck with the Challenge Blog

Lindyloo said...

Hi Jane, Thank you for such a cute little card. Your use of Kraft behind the image is ingenious as it gives the card an 'early morning' feel (as all children give us Christmas morning). Boy, the times I had to tell my children 'No its too early, back to bed or there will be no presents'. Ahh.. Please could you tell me what white colouring medium you used that gave such a clear white on kraft paper? Regards Linda

Teresa said...

This is another stunning card Jane, I've had a go at the spotty background, (thanks to you)and I've given credit to you on my blog for it. Thanks, Teresa xx

Jane said...

Lindyloo, thank you for your comments. In answer to your question; I use Prismacolors and then go over the detail with a fineliner. Jane x

Juls said...

this is gorgeous!! Love the pearls on the misletoe! Hugs Juls

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

What a cutie! It is gorgeous!!!
Valentyna