Saturday, 10 April 2010

Sitting Pretty Summer Tilda....

Hi there all...
It's another lovely spring day. We have lots of activity in our small Close this weekend with 2 families moving out and 2 new moving in.
I am trying to tidy the dining room/my work room, which always happens as the weather warms up as it is where I spend a lot of time keeping an eye on my kids playing outside in the park. I get so far sorting through the craft but I always end up just having to make a card!
Todays card uses Summer sitting Tilda and ties in with the Just Magnolia Challenge.
The theme is 'Punch it Out' and I used my MS Doily punch.

I coloured Tilda with PM's and cut and decoupaged her.

The background papers were from my Wild Rose Studio Spring CD and I couldn't resist adding some pink butterflies.

I'm also linking this card into The Craft Garden's April Challenge of 'Pastels'.
Off to do some more tidying!
I'm hoping to see some of the wood on the dining table soon.
If you are off to the movies...'Remember me' with the gorgeous Rob Pattinson is on.
Just take lots of tissues!
Have a great weekend!


  1. Gorgeous card Sally using lots of pastel colours which makes it really summery. Love it! Claire x

  2. Sally what a truly gorgeous card you have mede here, love the tones you used and the image is so cutex

  3. Awww what a sweet card! Love your LO and pretty pastels!
    We had a lovely spring day as well, great to see it!

  4. I was goign to use the word gorgeous but will opt for fantabulos instead!!! Smashing colours Sally

  5. this is just gorgeous dear, such beautiful detail also. Thanks for joining us at JM

  6. oh what a perfect little girls card, Tilda is so beautiful in these colours...thanks for joining in with the Just Magnolia challenge
    Mina xxx

  7. Hi Sally! i am a new follower & have just come accross your wonderful blog on the Sophisticats challenge site. Congratulations by the way t being selected! i love your style, you are a very talented lady. Hugs Clare xxx

    P.S I am an East Sussex girl from Eastbourne!