Friday, March 20, 2009

Pink and Blue Tilda

I made this card using Friday Sketches sketch for this week. This sketch is a great one and lots of fun to do. I used Versafine Onyx ink on watercolor paper for this Tilda image. I then colored her with both markers and Twinkling H2Os. After I took the photo I realized I had not used the white gel pen as a highliter so I best get that done.
For the flower I used a Prisma flower and added a half white pear and used the oak leaves punch from Martha Stewart to create a background for the flower.
The papers are all scraps...the pink is a Making Memories as is the blue on the inside. The remainder papers are all DCWV. The base of the card is Whisper White from SU.

I used both the scalloped circle punch and the curvy square punch from SU to decorate the inside. The bottom panel is for the signature. My DH wants these cards for his staff and all he wants to do is sign the cards so this panel will allow this.
I just heard from the boys and they tied their first game. One of my sons is the goalie and he is sick with the flu but there was no way he was missing this tournament. Not much fun for him but he wanted to go. The team was going out for supper before their next game at 10 pm. They are both on the Midget team and this is their last year of hockey so this is their final tournament. I hope they have fun.
Its so quiet here so I think I will watch a nice girlie movie with lots of tear invoking moments. Talk later.


megastamper said...

hi heather, thank you for such a cute and precious card you have made with my sketch.
hugs, bea

Riet said...

wowww Heather,what a beautiful cards,l love them all.

have a nice weekend.
hugs Riet.x

L.Nielsen (Lynda) said...

What a Sweet Easter card Heather. I love it's soft colors. You've done a fab job here.
Lynda =)

Michele said...

Fabulous card. Love the image and the pretty papers. Michele x

joey said...

Lovely card Heather, the colours are so sweet with this image. Joey.x

Shirley said...

She is just adorable. Love those flowers with the pearls too!