What a beautiful day we are having here in the West of Scotland. The sun is shining, there is a slight breeze and I've just finished my lunch out in the garden. I've come indoors only because my hairdresser is about to descend on me and perform her magic on my locks.
I finished this little card this morning and thought I would enter sweet Tilda into a few challenges. The full recipe for my card is below this post. No point in dragging out the post with the where's and how's of how it was created. There are lots of different elements used. The only thing I will point out is my first ever handmade hat pin which was created from a very old necklace. I'm quite proud of it, now that I know it's possible I'll be on the lookout for fancier beads etc in the future.
I hope you all have a wonderful day and that the sun shines for you where ever you are.
Challenges I would like to participate in are:
Simon Says Challenge: This week there is a celebratory BLOG HOP, which I will be taking part in after my hairdresser has gone, I love the DT's creations and admire them every Wednesday. The theme this week is Anything Goes.
Magnolia Stamp Lovers Challenge: Would love to see Flowers this week
Craft Your Passion Challenge: Lots of Layers this week
Sparkle Forum Challenge: Anything Goes this week
Make it Monday Challenge: Anything Goes this week
Party Time Tuesday Challenge: Anything Goes this week
I Did it Creations Challenge: have a recipe this week, 2 patterned papers, 3 embellishments, 1 image.
Flutterby Wednesday Challenge: Have a recipe of 2 patterned papers, 3 flowers, 1 image and of course either a butterfly, fairy or angel.
DP: DCWV garden party - K&Co Life's Journey
Image: Magnolia Tilda with large Bow
Medium: Promarkers and water colour pencils
Nestie's: small circle & circle scallops distressed with TH Victorian Velvet
Die Cut Hearts from Mariann D's die again distressed with TH inks
Flowers & Vintage seam binding bow: Wild Orchid Crafts
Stickles: Frosted Lace
Web Ribbon: Bunny Zoe's Crafts
Corner filigree work: Nellie Sneddon Die
Hat Pin: made by me