Saturday, April 11, 2009

Happy Easter!

Hi everyone! Happy Easter! I'm posting a day early because I know everyone will be busy tomorrow, and I wanted to wish everyone a Happy Easter! I haven't done a Tilda card in a long time, and I thought this church window with Tilda would make a nice Easter card.

I started by coloring the window with W-1 & 3 copic markers, then chose my dp. I wanted something in the grays to match the window and came up with this retired SU called Uptown. I also used Almost Amethyst and So Saffron. I colored Tilda accordingly once I had my colors chosen. After I colored everything and started layering it together, I decided to add crystal effects to the window for a more realistic look. I took this picture from a different angle so you could see it better. The picture is blurry...I think I moved when I snapped it!
You can also see the stickles I added to Tilda!

Then I had to decide on a layout. Well Taylor's sketch today was perfect for my card. I scalloped the edges of the amethyst piece and added another piece of Uptown dp on top of that, then finished it off with a So Saffron grosgrain ribbon and bow on top. I thought a butterfly perched on the top of the window would look spring-ish, so I used the MS butterfly punch with the amethyst paper and added the three yellow dots of bling. The window is on dimensionals and Tilda is on dimensionals also. Lots of dimension in this card. The sentiment is from PTI's Mailbox Greetings and was cut and embossed with a scalloped oval nestie. That's it!

Well, I hope you have a very nice day with your family and friends tomorrow! Happy Easter! Oh, one more thing...I forgot to mention that today is my 17th wedding anniversary! How did so many years go by? Here's a picture of that wonderful day...April 11, 1992! I love this picture of Kevin and I! We look so young! Oh my! Thanks for stopping by!
Recipe
Stamps: Tilda and window (Magnolialicous)
Paper: PTI white, almost amethyst, so saffron, Uptown (retired SU)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Copic markers: E00, 02, 31, 33, 35; YR21, 31; Y17; R20; W-1 & 3
Accessories: ribbon, MS butterfly punch, scalloped border punch, oval nesite, diamond stickles, crystal effects, bling, dimensionals

13 comments:

Danni said...

This is so pretty!!

Tina said...

So lovely and perfectly colored. Divine!

Lynn Mercurio said...

Fantastic card...Such a beautiful creations and how cute your image looks with that window background. Have a very blessed Easter and a happy anniversary too!

TaraG said...

This is such a sweet card, Lisa! Love this Tilda and your colouring is sensation! Yes, I love the Copic class it was a fantastic time!!! I learned so much and got to me so many blogging friends IRL!!!!
Hugs,t

Francien said...

Happy Easter to you too!! and what a lovely card this is!!!and happy anniversary...17 years..its a long time but I hope lots more to come..I have my 40th this year...dont no were the time has gone..I still dont have enough hours in a day...but I gueass thats a good sign at my age..no looking out the window for long for me...lol....
there are just the 2 of us the easter days and I dont care because it gives me time to make a card or something...
greetings Francien.

Kim said...

Lisa, what a pretty color. Happy Easter and Happy Anniversary.

Cheryl said...

Love your beautiful Tilda card! Great colors and description of your creative process!
Wish you a belated happy Anniversary!
We had a nice one in Ohio, but we're back!!

Lori said...

Happy anniversary(you are one year ahead of my hubs and I)!!! Gorgeous card!!

Lisa Brown said...

Happy Anniversary to you and your hubby! ---This card is so darling...love your coloring--always an excellent job! happy Easter!

Kristie said...

Love your card! Tilda is just adorable.

Anjou Krelovich said...

Perfectly adorable! I love that stamp and so think it looks like she's wearing an easter bonnet! Beautiful take on the sketch!

LaurieF said...

I just love your Tila Easter card Lisa. So cute! Happy Belated Anniversary!!!!

itsabrt said...

This card is amazing! BR-T

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