Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Tilda with blue flowers

Hi friends,

My Today post is on a Tilda card with blue quilled flower which I made for Inspiration for Indian Quilling Challenge #4. This is my first work on mixed media type.

The background of the card is made with handmade block stencils(OHP sheet) filled with homemade texturing paste(Yardley face powder + fevicol).Distressed it with peacock feather, moved lawn and salty ocean and sticked a ribbon to it. Created a lattice card effect using white quilling strips. Stamped the Magnolia tilda stamp on a scallop circle diecut and decorated it with blue quilled flowers and pearls.

Here it is


Linking this to the below challenges

1. Mixed Media Card Challenge - Challenge #1
2. Little Tangles - Challenge #41-Stencils
3. Totally Tilda Challenge - 100th Challenge Anything Goes
4. Eclectic Ellapu - Anything goes
5. Inky Expressions - No design paper 
6. Card concept - Colour challenge

There is still time for playing with Indian Quilling Challenges, click here to know more

Thanks for visiting.

45 comments:

  1. WOW Such a beauty...love he tilda coloring and the beautiful lattice you created
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  2. Gorgeous card, Shylaa. I love the addition of the pearls.

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  3. Hi Shylaa. That background is fabulous ... bright, bold and awesome visual texture. Love the lattice and your quilled flowers and leaves are amazing! Thanks for playing along with us at Mixed Media Card Challenge.

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    1. thank you loll, thanks for the opportunity

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  4. Very pretty card. I love Tilda and blue my favorite color :) Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Oh! So cute! Love the colours too!

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  6. Lovely cad Shylaa ! I loved the textured bg and the lattice :)

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  7. A really eye catching design Shylaa and very pretty card.

    B x

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  8. Wow!! so cute .. love the card and background Shylaa.. :)

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  9. Love your quilled flowers and how you used the quilling strips to create a lattice. Great colors in your background, too.

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  10. Beautiful card.Love the soft colours used here and the bg is amazing.I also like the way you got that lattice effect.A very bright and fresh,summery card....in fact it screams spring has sprung

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  11. Such a cute Tilda stamp and lovely bright bg. Thank you so much for playing along with the mixed media card challenge

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  12. Adorable stamp and card!! Thanks for playing this week at MMCC!

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  13. what a lovely background behind your lattice framing and your quilled flowers are beautiful with your Tilda! Thanks for joining in the Mixed Media Card Challenge Shylaa!

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    1. Thank you julia, i could give a try on this theme only becoz of your challenge

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  14. Oh it's lovely!!!! So cute!

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  15. This is so pretty, I love the BG and the lattice and of course ur quilling is perfect as ever, thank you for sharing with MMCC !

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    1. Thank you dear, thanks for the chance

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  16. Pretty card - love your background and lattice! Thanks so much for joining us at Mixed Media Card Challenge!

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  17. Quilling FABULOUSNESS!!. It is perfect for The Card Concept 15 challenge!

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  18. what a cutie! love the paper quilling flower! thanks for playing along with us at MMCC :)

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  19. What a beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with the Little Tangles Challenge!

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  20. Lovely card. Thanks for playing along at the Little Tangles card challenge and hope to see you again.

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  21. Ooooh...so pretty! I love the lattice!

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  22. Lattice background is beautiful. The image and the quilling are pretty as always.

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  23. The details of your card are just beautiful and your quilling is just gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing with us at The Card Concept!

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  24. Beautiful card! I've started to paint my Tilda last week. You'll see her soon. :-)

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