Thursday, 11 March 2010

Sun Sun Sun

Hi there,
What a beautiful week it's been so far, so sunny here in the NW of the UK, doesn't it just give you that little lift in life?
Gosh I've managed to incorporate 4 challenges ..... that is a new record for me. They are:-
Lili of the Valley - An easel card.
Stamp with fun - Spring.
Magnolia Downunder - 3 papers, 3 flowers, 2 buttons and 1 bow.

I found this bumble backing paper lurking in my scraps drawer and drew from that the colour tones for my card. The recycled element is the ribbon (from a shirt - you know the ones we all tend to cut out now) and the paper behind Tilda which was some old wrapping paper.
I've use promarkers to colour and lots of stickles on the flowers and Tildas wings - I'm gonna have to invest in some of that glimmer mist! that is besides ....... well I won't bore you the list just keeps on getting bigger! lol
That's it for today (or rather tonight)
Take care,
Sarah x


  1. Hello Sarah,I love your easel card.I love the orange and the magnolia stamp Tilda as a dragonfly looks so gorgeous.Love the stickles on the flowers.

    Kind Regards

  2. oh wow this is wonderful. Love the colours and your colouring of tilda is perfect. Great job with the challenge. Thanks for joining us at MDUC.

  3. BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!! love the colors!!
    hugs, Janiel

  4. Gorgeous job Sarah!!! Love your colour combo and layout!
    Thanx sooo much for playing with is this week at MDUC

  5. what for wonderful spring card !! love the sweet image !! thanks for joining in our challenge.
    hugs tina46

  6. This is beautiful!!! I love the colours you've chosen and your gorgeous layout and flowers, not to mention that sweet little Tilda coloured so wonderfully!! Thanks for sharing with us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges!!

  7. love this easle card pretty tilda and you have coloured it beautifully Dorothy

  8. This is gorgeous a great Easel card with a fab image, thank you for joining LOTV this time hugs Pops x x x


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