Thursday, October 9, 2008

Hope it doesn't snow!


I despise snow but I love Tilda and her swirling snowflakes! I used to love watching the girls outside. Nichole would run around the yard trying to catch snowflakes on her tounge and Tiff would make snowballs and try and throw them at her dad when he'd go outside. Me, I'd stay inside where it was warm and keep the hot cocoa going!

When I saw Tilda, I knew I wanted to keep her simple and clean, but do her in light blue. When my favorite LSS was closing, I saw this paper by Bazzill and Shimmer Glitter Paper by Heidi Grace and had to have it! I ran the paper through my cuttlebug with the new snow dots folder and used my organza ribbon I picked up at Joann's. I used my Jellyroll cleal glitter pen and waterfall Stickles on her wings and for the ice Tilda's standing on.

Here's hoping that I dont' see this white stuff for a long time! I hope you enjoy Tilda and her snow flakes!

7 comments:

Danni said...

Love all the shimmer and sparkle on this! Wonderful!!

Suzanne J Dean said...

Very cute--love all the sparkles. I stay inside and watch the kids too--hot chocolate is my drink of choice when its cold. I run outside and take pics and then run back in,lol!

hugz,
Suzanne Dean

marsha said...

Love your "Rowdy Tilda"! I am always attracted to anything that sparkles. I think I am also ready for a little cold weather. Great job!

Blessings,
Marsha

Kim said...

Awesome card! That Tilda is so cute! I agree I don't want any snow either...I dispise it too!!!! Good thing I live in WI huh? That cuttlebug folder is awesome..going to have to add that to my wish list! Love your Nichole story...I thought you were going to say Tiff threw snowballs at her sister while she was trying to catch snowflakes on her tongue! :)
Hugs~ Kim

Christine Riley said...

I love this card Susan, it's so elegant. I love that shimmer and sparkle! TFS!
Hugs, Christine

Lynn said...

This is darling! The sweet winter image with this shimmery paper is perfect!

Heather said...

Super Cute!! Love the little Tilda.