Friday, 19 October 2012

Witch Tilda

Due to unforseen circumstances I have some time on my hands...a nasty bout of sinusitus has knocked me for six and I'm generally under the weather .., so I'm off work for a few days and as I have other stuff going on too I have blood tests next week, to see if the lovely doctor can find out what's going wrong with me. So I'm not fit to work and generally feel rubbish, but on the plus side gentle colouring in does not seem to be a problem and I have been able to make a few cards! Wish I didn't feel so rubbish, but I am grateful to be able to use my copics!
I have used a range of Magnolia stamps on this card, coloured her with copics and some stickles and the papers and sentiment are pink petticoat and these have been distressed with black soot. Cheesecloth and fibres finish it off with a couple of sizzix  paddlepunch bats! I think I just about have time to enter this card in the Totally Tilda challenge and the allsorts challenge.


Kathyk said...

WOWser, your card is delish matey and I LOVE the effect of the cheesecloth too.

Sorry to hear you feel so rubbish and hope the tests and time off will soon have you feeling better

All the best


Debs said...

Gorgeous card - amazing colouring and perfect embellies. Sorry to hear you're not too well - wishing you a speedy recovery.
Thanks for playing along at Allsorts this week.
Good luck.
Debs xx

clare said...

gorgeous card rosie. sorry to hear you aren't well, hope the docs can sort you out! one plus side more crafting time! x

Marilyn said...

Hope you are feeling better soon... it's not nice to be sick!
Your card is so sweet - wonderful colouring on this little witch.

Claire said...

Such a lovely card hun. Hugs, Claire x

Kelly Lloyd said...

Great card. Love the colouring..

Hope you are feeling better soon

Hugs Kelly

Sandra H said...

Wow this is fabulous and the image is coloured so beautifully xx

Lorraine said...

Gorgeous card. I love the image. Your colours and papers look fab too.
I hope you're feeling better soon.
Lorraine x

Louise said...

get well soon Rosie- I miss you on CMLI. I think the Dr needs to order more craft and relaxation and less work!
Beautiful card as always. I admire your colouring and those flowers are divine.

coldwaters2 said...

Hi Rose this is absolutely gorgeous I love that image of Tilda also the wonderful design, I have also been looking at your previous posts and WOW they all look amazing, superb work, I do hope that you start to feel better soon
lorraine x

Brigitte said...

Love your card!!!! The image takes center stage and just showcase your colouring beautifully!!! Thanks for joining us this time at Totally Tilda and we hope to see you again next challenge. Hugs, Brigitte

coops said...

so stunning rose.i love your spooky scene and fab witchy tilda ;D

xx coops xx

Mandy said...

Rosie your card is absolutely gorgeous, I love the little scene you've created.
I hope you are feeling better now :)
Thanks for joining us at Totally Tilda
hugs Mandy xx

Lizzy said...

Fabulous Halloween card..great colouring on sweet Tilda ..thank you for joining our challenge at Totally Tilda ..good luck!

xx Hugs Lizzy & TT team

Christine said...

Fab Halloween Tilda creation stunning colouring great take on the Halloween chall theme.

Thanks for sharing at Totally Tilda chall.

smiles Christine x

Susie Sugar said...

Wow this is coloured beautifully And it's a fantastic scene as well
Thanks for spooking us girls @ the Totally Tilda Challenge with your fab creation
Hugs Susie Sugar , Lisa and Suzi xxx

Stephanie said...

Wow, what a great scene! Love all of the embellies and your coloring is great! Thanks for joining us at Totally Tilda.

My name is Wynneth said...

It's a spookyliscous Tilda card Rosie.

Sorry to hear you've been suffering so badly. I know exactly what you are going through, been struck down with sinusitis myself too. I'm starting to recover at last, hope you are too.


Pencil practice

It takes ages to colour with  pencils and this one is no exception. It took a good few hours to get all of these layers down on the image....