Sunday, December 2, 2012

Tilda with little rudolph

morning everyone my card today is for two DT's The Ribbon Girl and Simply Magnolia where the theme for both is christmas at the ribbon girl both teams have combined this month as there will be only one challenge instead  of two the sponsors this time are lili of the valley and The Ribbon Girl with  a massive £20 voucher yay think of all the gorgeous bits you could get with that !!!
At simply magnolia the sponsor is scrapbooking allsorts
So onto the card i have used tilda with rudolph and painted with distress inks i have used lots of gorgeous goodies from the ribbon girl including vintage lace,pearl bead string ,kort &godt flowers seam binding berries and bells




stamp-magnolia
medium-distress inks
papers-dovecraft
dies-magnolia ,marianne
flowers,bells seam binding-the ribbon girl

hugs sara x x x

11 comments:

Jacqui's little piece of England said...

Lovely card Sara love your colours

jacqui x

Caroline said...

Sara this is gorgeous I love the image which is coloured beautifully and the layout is beautiful. Caroline xxx

sassy said...

wow fabulous card sara .....love the image...and the colours are gorgeous love the papers they are perfect stunning card hugs sassyxxx

inge said...

Gorgeous card Sara, as always!

XX Inge

Christina C. said...

This is soooooooooo precious, Sara!
Outstanding design and coloring....absolutely breathtaking!

Tania said...

Such a beautiful card love how you layer everything together on this layout!

sue w. said...

Hi Sara, I love this it's gorgeous. I love the image and the colouring is ace. Fab details.
Hugs Sue W.

Sharon said...

Simply gorgeous Sara. Love the image and beautifully coloured. So many stunning embellishments also.
Hugs Sharon. x

MagsB said...

Another absolutely beautiful card, Sara! Such gorgeous colours and embellies - and lovely Tilda is as cute as ever!

love Mags B x

debby4000 said...

Absolutely adorable card Sara and gorgeous too.
luv
Debby

Teresa said...

Absolutely beautiful card Sara and fab embellishments. Teresa xx