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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Tree-Mendous!!


Hi everyone!  Good to see you today!  This week's challenge at Cute Card Thursday is called Tree-mendous!  We want you to use a tree in your creation. 

Lady Tilda is masked onto Magnolia's Oak Tree, then I paper toiled (is that a word??) another Lady Tilda image on top of the original image.  I stamped both Lady Tilda and the tree onto Neenah Super Smooth paper and stamp with Memento Black Ink.  I used copic sketch markers to color with:  BG93, E53, E42, E50, R01, E44, Y23, W3, ROOO, E51, Y21, E42, E21, G82, BV23, BV20, BV31, BV0000, W1, R12, E57, E43, E53, R11.  The tree and Tilda and both mounted onto CTMH cardstock and my inside sentiment is from SU.  The tree has some bling on it but you can't tell in the picture.  My camera broke at the last minute so my pictures are not as good as they should be, sorry!!

I have also entered this card into the Totally Tilda challenge, which calls for a shaped card.
Thanks for stopping by, make it a great day!
Lisa

23 comments:

Claire x said...

WOW another great card Lisa - this is so clever - you keep pulling them out of the bag, don't you. Hugs, Claire x

charlene aka scrappygma said...

Lisa that is a great idea for a shaped card might just have to case this idea ! Great job as always.
Hugs

Annchen said...

so beautiful and a wonderful idea

Shake said...

Hey, Lisa!
This card is cute!
The tree is pretty and the princess wonder!!!

Hugs, Albert

Dianne said...

Lisa, this card is sooooo cute !! The tree and Princess are wonderful.

Hugs,
Dianne
www.mypaperhugs.blogspot.com

Aussie Loz said...

Oh I love this! She's perfect for under your tree! Love the colouring of your tree... love it! ♥

Mandy said...

Lisa your card is stunning, so pretty and creative, love it.
Thanks for joining us at Totally Tilda for our shaped card challenge
hugs Mandy xx

Vicky said...

Hi Lisa I've just come across your blog & this WOWING card, its totally gorgeous. I've been having a peekskie round your blog land & all I can say is 'Oh my goodness!!' what utterly FAB cards you make, very inspiring, you are very talented, will def be popping over some more. Take care.

Lotsa hugs Vicky xx

Annika said...

Did you do all that cuttiong by hand??? You're a wonderwoman! Fab idea and the most lush colouring!
Hugs
Annika

Peggie said...

Super card. Love the flower that Tilda is holding.

PaulaM said...

This is wonderful. I LOVE the idea of masking on the oak tree and what a lovely tree it is. Your coloring of Tilda is magnificent. TFS

Regina said...

It´s really tremendous!!!! Love it too much!! Your coloring is always amazing!! Love love love

Regina

Christina C. said...

Wow, Lisa, this really displays your creativity!!!! Absolutely gorgeous!

Trisha said...

Lisa-what a fabulous creation! tilda and the tree are colored to perfection-such a great idea! I"ve become a follower-your work is amazing! Thanks for playing at Totally Tilda! xoxo Trisha

Candy said...

Lisa - what a fabulous idea :o)
Always love what you make.
Beautiful colouring on this one as always.
Hugs, Candy

Kathy Gerace said...

How clever cutting the card to the shape of the tree! Lady tilda looks so regal in her gown! Great job with coloring.
Kathy Gerace

Julie said...

I love your tree-shaped card. Very cool!

Julie

Jean said...

This is so cute.. love how you used the tree as the card.. love your coloring and like I said the card is great...
Hugs, Jean

Susie Sugar said...

Fantastic Tree card darling and your colouring is perfect
Thanks for joining us at The Totally Tilda challenge
Hugs Susie and the TT Team xx

Rene said...

This is such a great idea! I love this Tilda and I love love LOVE how you colored her dress!! Beautiful card!

Denise @ Paper Gems said...

WOW..LOVE The "tree card"...Too Cute!


...hum lots of great ideas here on YOUR blog, glad to "follow" you!

Ha-HA...I'm a HUGE fan of those tiny paper roses too!

Please drop in on my blog! ... :)

Nancy said...

EXQUISITE! That about sums it up. Everything about this is perfect!

Davisrnit said...

How clever cutting the card to the shape of the tree! Lady tilda looks so regal in her gown! Great job with coloring. Kathy Gerace