Thursday, March 5, 2009

It's a Girl

I made this for the LOTV challenge using the sketch from last week and the colors for this week. I entered last week with a different card and this one came to me later in the week but didn't have time to put it together for last weeks challenge and DT call. I like this card much, much better and think it is just so cute!

I used the baby Tilda stamp from Magnolia Stamps and used the challenge of Bright and Cheerful for LOTV. This is definitely bright and cheerful. I used DCWV paper for the background and pink and green from my stash. The blocks are from my Printing Press Cricut cartridge. The it's a girl circle cut out is from my New Arrival Cricut cart. The cut out flowers are from a scrap piece from the DCWV papers and the ribbon is from my stash. I colored polka dots on baby Tilda to match the ribbon.


cats whiskers said...

Thanks for joinin us this week with such a great card, so glad you could use this one for the challenge this week
Hugs \jacqui x

Daisychain said...

This is so gorgeous and you have done a great job colouring baby Tilda. Thanks for playing.

Christine LOTV

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