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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Princess

Hello there!  I forgot to add my card to my blog for Sunday Sketch & Stamp!!  I guess when I returned from CHA my mind was somewhere else!  CHA was so much fun!!  I had a great time meeting people in person that I have been on design teams with have chatted with.  I'll try to post some pictures later on. 

Onto my card!!  Our awesome sketch this week was provided by the very talented Erin.  I masked Lady Tilda with the stone window from the Fairy Tale collections.  The polka dot and butterfly paper is from Prima Marketing, the Jack and Jill collection (one of new favorites at the moment!!)

Thanks for stopping by!  See you on Thursday!

Lisa

24 comments:

Dianne said...

Everything about this card is gorgeous. Love the colors.

Hugs,
Dianne

Fabiola said...

elle est top, trop jolie! biz

Elena said...

it's so cute!

Rene said...

Oh wow this is BEAUTIFUL!!!!
Rene :D

Angela said...

Very beautiful card, Lisa! What a sweet scene and your coloring is just fabulous! TFS! hugs, Angela

Christina C. said...

She is beautiful Lisa! Love your stitching and all the other lovely details and, of course, your beautifully colored Lady Tilda!

Barb Hardeman said...

Deee-lightful Lisa! This scene is just so sweet and your stitching around the border is wonderful. I love blue and brown together (as much as I like pink and brown!) so your papers are fabulous! Gorgeous details! We're expecting another blast of Arctic air and snow and ice tonight as well. Sheesh!
Hugs,
Barb

Pam said...

Gorgeous card Lisa...love the color and paper you chose.
Hugs from Indiana,
Pam:)

Norma said...

Lisa, beautiful card! This Lady Tilda is becoming one of my faves--you've coloured her beautifully. Love the colour combo. Your fancy embroidery stitches is fabulous. Love the scene.

Hugs,
Norma

Suzanne J Dean said...

One of my fave color combos and such a sweet scene and card you've made. Love all the layers and great accents--beautifully done!

hugz,
Suzanne

Pen to Paper said...

Wow Lisa, this is really pretty. I like the soft colors you've used. Lady Tilda is one of my favorite stamps.


Hugs,

Jackie

THE HOOSIER STAMPER said...

She is soooo beautiful. Everything about this card is just breath taking! My aunt lives in Drake Colorado. I lived in Johnstown when I was a little girl! I love it there!!!!

Candy said...

Hi Lisa,
Another beautiful card!
Love the blue and brown together and that butterfly paper is wonderful :o)
Stay warm.....
Hugs, Candy

artish said...

hi lisa! your blog just caught my eye on the side bar of the pixie cottage; it seems you love love love miss tilda...have you seen all of the new scenery stamps i have illustrated for the pixie cottage? my current post has them pictured, with tilda on a porch swing card.i'm using another 'sweet' scenery for tomorrow's challenge sample.
happy creating, thanks for peeking ARTish

angel4031 said...

gorgeous xx

Mascha van Dijk Zimmerman said...

Such a beauty!
Bye Mascha

Mascha van Dijk Zimmerman said...

This card is beautiful, love the colorcombi as well!
Bye Mascha

Corinne said...

Beautiful card!
Hugs~
Corinne

Deana said...

Gorgeous card. I know this may sound weird but the coloring on the wall behind Tilda totally makes the card for me. Nice work!

Stampersue said...

Hi Lisa - Thank you, Thank you, a great big THANK YOU -I just had to pop in to tell you that the blog candy arrived today and I'm so thrilled with the Score Pal and the wonderful stamps and the little extra is so sweet. Many thanks and a big hug from me - I'm off to have a play.

Stampersue
X

Shelly said...

Your card is just adorable. I can see why you love those papers =) I love the background you created for Tilda. Beautiful work Lisa!
hugs,
Shell

Sandy said...

Lisa - another creative and beautiful card! First, the color combo is wonderful - the touch of blue really puts Tilda in the focal point - great design work and the stitching around the card is perfect!
Hugs
Sandy

Joynana said...

She is just gorgeous.

Chris said...

I so love the feel of this card! It just seems so Middle Ages! LOL - the paper, the colors, the stamps used. It all came together for a perfect Renaissance look!