Monday, June 6, 2011

tilda in the garden ...

Afternoon everyone ive got something a bit different today ,an easel card but i have cut away the middle and suspended tildas swing on little jump rings so she actually swings ,ive used lots of older magnolias along with one of the new ones from sweet rainbow and coloured with distress inks .Ive followed the colour challenge from mduc this week (peach purple and cream) i wasnt sure how they would work together but i really like it .the papers are from my very quickly decreasing pion stash may have to re stock very soon !!

stamps -magnolia coloured with distress inks
papers -pion
dies -magnolia
flowers -woc and kort &godt
punch -martha stewart

entering in
MDUC- peach purple cream
stampavie and more-more than a fold
simply magnolia -hearts (hearts on die cut fence)
magnolia stamp lovers -anything goes
flutter by wednesday-open but with butterfly angel or fairy
dream valley -stamp something
by the cute and girly-in the garden

hugs sara x x x


Unknown said...

What a wonderful idea and such an amazing project!

Thanks for joining us at Magnolia Stamp Lovers and hope to see you again on 6/19 for our balloon challenge.


Heidi said...

WOW and WOW again - this is so beautiful. Love it!
And the colors are so great. Thank you for the inspiration

Hugs from

Chris said...

A fabulous and inspirational card Sara, such a great idea that you made the swing actually swing, it looks amazing. I love your colouring and the gorgeous colour scheme too. Thanks for joining us for the first TOMIC challenge and we look forward to seeing you next week too. Hugs, Chris x

Denise said...

Stunning!!! Love the DP and all those lovely extra details. xx Denise xx

Elle said...

Unique and beautiful project!

angelwhispers said...

Awesome Sara just so gorgeous and what a fab idea!! Love Chanelle xxx

Lori said...

Oh my goodness what an adorable card. I love the way you did it and the snails and the bird perfectly placed and these colours look so good, how can this not be a winner!!!!

Anke said...

Mooi gemaakt. Bedankt voor je deelname bij simply magnolia.
groetjes Tessa & Anke

Fiona said...

wow...this is stunning!!


Fiona said...

oops..forgot...thanks for joining us at Dream Valley this week.


Anonymous said...

This is just adorable and I really, really love those snails. thanks for joining our challenge at Dream Valley. xx

Exclusively by Mel said...

Sara what a wonderful card!!
love the swing,just brilliant!
The pion papers are so very pretty.
We do love them don't we...
Love, Mel.xx

Janine - Ellabella said...

OMG! This is awesome Sara, I love all about it. Tilda is magnificient, and so wonderfully colored. All embellishments are so perfect and contribute to make the image even richer. All is beautiful.

Chrissy said...

WOW!! Gorgeous Sara. Really lovely.I love all the details. Fabulous work.

Unknown said...

wow...your card is stunning!!!I really love it!

Stampin'Piper said...

This is soooooo beautiful! I'm a big fan of your work! Love your card!

Thanks so much for joining our first Official Magnolia Inspiration Challenge, I hope to see you again ;)

And thanks also for joining our Magnolia Down Under Color Combination Challenge this week!

Hugs Tanja

Alberto said...

hi sweetie!
how pretty creation is this one!!
love the color combo and the image too!
great job!
hugs xx

Cor* said...

'wiping drool from mouth'....seriously! SERIOUSLY this is fantastic. Much better peach then my orange-peach! LOL I love how she is totally swinging and combining two totally different Tilda looks is SUPER! well done girl!

Regena said...

WOW!! ur card is awesome!! Love the garden scene u created

Liefs Ineke said...

Hello Sara, this is so beautiful. I love it very much. The colors are so nice.

Thanks for showing your beautiful card.

Gr. Ineke

Fleur said...

Sara, I just love visiting, there's always something gorgeous on show. This really is STUNNING
Hugz Fleur xXx

Amanda R said...

Sara, you come up with some of the most original ideas! I feel very "simple" compared to your cards but maybe you will challenge me to do something a little more creative. Just beautiful!

Loz said...

wow! this is so cool!! ♥

Julie said...

Gorgeous! Love the adorable magnolia on her swing! Fabulous layout!

Lori said...

Hahahhaha had to come for another peek, actually it's my 3rd lmao!!!!

carole said...

Your project is very beautiful. I love this scene.

Dobra said...

WOW,WOW Your card is so beautiful.

Наталья Шалыгина said...

Wonderful card!!!! Super idea!

Kylie said...

Gorgeous Sarah!
Thank you for joining the first challenge at TOMIC and MDUC this week.

Sheri said...! This is...a piece of ART! Wow, wow, WOW!!!
Thank you so much for joining us at MSL! :)

Antoinette said...

Oh hun!! This is just out of this world...Your art makes me so happy :) It gorgeous!! Tilda sits very well on her swing!! Hugs Annie xXx

Tab said...

Sara, your card is much detail and I love the images all together! Thanks for joining us for at TOMIC!
Hugs Tab xxx

Eulanda said...

Wow this is absolutely stunning!!! I love it and looks like so much work! Gorgeous everything!! Great take on the challenge at MDUC this week. Thanks so much for joining us and hope to see you back!!! hugs!

Kimberly S said...

This is so clever and pretty! Lovely job on every element. Thanks so much for joining us for this week's FBW challenge! :)

100drine said...

excellent !!

Jodie from Oz said...

Sara, OMG this is beautiful, the papers and colours are so soft and pretty and a wonderful idea for the swing move. Thanks for joining us at TOMIC for our very 1st challenge. Hugs Jodie from Oz xx

Unknown said...

Really incredible !! I love it very much
Bravo, bravo, bravo.
Thanks for joining us at SAM Challenge

Michele Roos said...

WOW such a stunning card. Hugs Michele x

annes paperfun said...!! This is gorgeous!!!
Beautiful details!
Love it ♥♥♥
Thank you for joining us at MDUC this week.
Hugs Anne Kristine

Kiki said...

Oh wow, this is fantastic! Love the design and the way you've folded your card.

Thanks so much for joining us at SAM this time.

Hugs, Kiki