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Friday, 19 February 2016

Divine Tilda

Hi everyone,

Well I have had the most wonderful week and I feel totally relaxed. I decided I was going to have a 'me' week, so no extra cleaning which I normally do in the holidays. The weather has been kind so I've had some lovely walks in the winter sunshine and spent some time crafting as well as meeting Mike my eldest son for lunch yesterday, what more could I ask for?

I made this card a little while ago, using Divine Tilda. I have coloured her using DI reinkers and added a few touches with Inktense pencils. 

All the dies used  on this card are from Noor Design U.K. The pretty spot organza ribbon and guipure lace are from the Ribbon Girls

The flowers and pearl string are from my stash. Links to the materials I have used are at the bottom of this post, just click on a picture to be taken directly to the product. 

DI colour list:
Skin: Vintage Photo, Tattered Rose, Worn Lipstick
Hair: Walnut Stain, Antique Linen
Dress and Bow: Weathered Wood
Shoes: Hickory Smoke

That's it from me today, have a wonderful weekend and thank you for popping in.

Gina xx


  1. What an amazing design and details Gina.

    Hugs Diane

  2. OOh Gina, I even feel relaxed reading your post, it just oozes relaxation!!! Now onto this little beauty!!! Firstly, the colouring is just gorgeous, love the layers in her dress and it is such a completely girly card, all the lovely laces, pearls and die cuts working so well together!!! Cuddles Jay xx

  3. Such a beauty Gina. Wonderful colour and layers of detial.

  4. A lovely card Gina....pretty dies and embellishments ...lovely coloring....It's really beautiful and inspirational.
    Have a nice weekend, xxx Plony

  5. A gorgeous card Gina! I love all the embellies and your coluring of Tilda is fantastic! Marlies

  6. Glad you've had a lovely week, sometimes we just need to take a break and recharge ourselves.
    Another gorgeous creation, love the smokey blue/grey tones in this one.

  7. Love all the bows and the subtle blues are Gorgeous!