Sunday, January 3, 2010


Gee I'm on a roll with these challenges,I can't believe it myself,lol.
This card is for the KLSNS challenge and also CORROSIVE CREATIONS challenge,I found it through Kristine,one wonderful blogger!!
I added some stickles to her wings and hair but with my bad camera skills,you can't really see it.
And how do you like her little piggy tail pearls,cute huh!!

For the CORROSIVE CREATIONS CHALLENGE , it was to use 2 of your favorite things. I Love primas and pearls,so those are my 2 favorite things on this card.

Well,it's already the 3rd day in January,so I think my next card will be a Valentine Day card. It will be here before we know it and I want to make one for my DH.

So don't forget to hop on over to KLSNS to join their challenge,there's also a prize to win!!

Have a great Monday my friends,Hugs,Diane


BananaStamper said...

Cute Tilda card. I like the pearls on her piggie tails - gotta love those pearls! I found time to play for this one too! Happy New Year!
Shanna :)

Lorie said...

Oh, that is just adorable Diane! So sweet!

Kelly - KL Stampin N Scrappin said...

Sweet Tilda image, and I love the pearls and corner punches. Thanks for joining us at KL Stampin N Scrappin blog Hugs, Kelly :)

mudmaven said...

What a wonderful card! Your attention to detail makes this truly special! ~chris

Kristine said...

OH Gawsh Diane, LOVE THIS SO MUCH!! Those pearls sure add alot, heehee0---love the ones in her pig tails! Very clever!! Super cute image and papers too! Oh, I'm so glad you got time to play along with us at KLSNS this week!! *Ü*

debby4000 said...

Oh this is a fabulous Tilda card.

The Rubber Maid said...

So you got the challenge fever, me too. I tried a few new ones recently and it's fun. Love this sweet image and how you made it all come together so nicely. Pat

Jacki Randolph said...

Such a cute Tilda card! Thanks for playing with Corrosive Challenge

Rose Ann said...

This is darling, Diane!! I love your coloring on that cutie...and the detailed corners!!

Allison said...

Great Tilda card Diane!