Thursday, August 19, 2010


HI there… thank you for visiting me.
Today i can show you a card made with one of my new stamps that i have gotten though Sir Stampalot. Iam sure you recognize her.. it is Cowboy Tilda from the new Bon Voyage collection. I know i might not make loots of cards with her :-) however i had to have her in my collection!!!
She will be great for girls cards and to pull off that distressed and worn look on papers and embellishments.
The paper is from Cosmo Cricket “Wanted” 6x6
The “hanger” is made from a sheet of cork and the die is by Tim Holtz i got that die with all the flowers from my dear friend Crissy
Antique brads and twill are by Stampin up
Coloring is done with Copics: i used all my colors in the E07/01/08/09/19 and the colors from the 20-section.
The card was worked using a sketch that my dear DT Fran for Cute Card Thursday has made. Thanks Fran!! I love your sketch.


Danielle Champagne said...

Hello Claudia, your Tilda is very pretty! Love how you showcased here. the hanger is such an original idea, making it out of cork marries so well the country theme of your card. Love the papers, they also blend so well. Gorgeous colors, and Tilda is beautifully colored.Very sweet.

Renkata said...

Oh she is so pretty.
I love your layouts of the all of your cards.

My name is Wynneth said...

This is gorgeous Claudia - I got a couple of the new magnolias but didn't get this one - might have to now though!!!

Anonymous said...

What a fab card Claudia - love how you have used the cork.
I ordered all the new CC paper pads last night - missed this one off the list - might have to order it now...hehe!
Carole x

Lori said...

Wow Claudia, this is my favourite card I've seen with this image, just love everything about it!

Debby said...

fantastic card Claudia!

Becky said...

This is fabulous, love the cork

Diane Whitehouse said...

Such a gorgeous and very original card, Claudia!

Fleur said...

Hi Claudia, so love this image, have just made a card using her & also the wanted papers. Not as pretty as yours though.
Hugz Fleur xXx

Joy said...

it'so fashionable

Patsi said...

stunning card well done x

Pinkllilac said...

Beautiful card Claudia, love your new image and the colours you have used the design is gorgeous.
Hugs Linda

martina's kaartjes said...

Very different, very nice ! Great card !
Have a nice evening,
greetings, Martina

Cordine said...

It's gorgeous!

Debbie said...

Yeee Hawww...This is so Rooting Tooting Cute

Julie said...

Absolutely stunning!!! I love all the texture and your layout and colour scheme are fab! Juliexx

Jacqueline's Weblog said...

What a pretty card Claudia, so wonderful!
Hugs Jacqueline

Kylie said...

Oh Claudia! She is adorable!

Christina C. said...

Mensch, Maedchen, deine Karte ist ganz zauberhaft....also, schoener kann es nicht sein!!!!!

Heidi said...

OMG, I love how the papers look!! Gorgeous card Claudia.

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Sylvia from Minnesota said...

Claudia, you did a great job with this card. The coloring is fantastic and die cutting the Tim Holtz die in cork was inspiring. I enjoy seeing what you're going to stamp next!

Anne said...

Another cutie Claudia love the colours.
My stamp arrived from WOJ today thankyou
Anne xx

nessy said...

delightful card ~ love this tilda ~perfect papers and detail ~yah hoo!
vanessa xx

brenda said...

Hi Caludia

A charming card and and gorgeous colour combos with those lovely flowers.

B x

Linda Palmer said...

Claudia, what a beautiful western Tilda. Your card is awesome. Love the dp too.

scrappinpeg said...

Adorable as can be.... Love the CORK you used.

Lori said...

Love and hugs ~ Lori

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