23 April 2011

Windy Tilda in Paris

Happy Easter everyone! I hope you are all enjoying a relaxing weekend with your families. It is nice and sunny here in Canberra, but it is getting chilly... it was only 1 degree this morning when we got up..brrrrrr!


I love this Eiffel Tower stamp from Magnolia. I dont'get to use it a lot however. Inking up Windy Tilda was a good opportunity to mask them together though.  These two stamps together bring back good memories from when my Hubby and I visited Paris in the autumn of 2006. We were always getting caught in showers and one night we even had to run back to the hotel from the restaurant in the middle of a big storm, haha, we looked a bit of a sight when we entered the hotel lobby dripping wet.

I've used Magnolia papers as well for my card. The red rose paper is actually from a christmas collection but I thought it looked ok for this card.
All of the panels have been machine stitched and I hand stitched some lace to form the flower behind the red rose.  Tilda and the Eiffel Tower are coloured in Copics. I've also decorated the inside of the card.
I would like to enter these challenges with Windy Tilda:
Totally Tilda - Tilda from around the world (France :) )
Totally Gorjuss - Bling it on
The Ribbon Girl - red, blue and white
Stamptacular Sunday - use a Magnolia stamp
Crafty Calendar - April Showers

So that is it from me today! I will be back tomorrow with something else to share. Thanks for visiting me this Easter long weekend!  Have a great day!
Kylie

26 comments:

  1. Oh Kylie this is a lovely card! I just love it! Good luck with all your challenges, Judy x

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  2. what a stunning card ! love it ! great coloring and all those details !!! great job,
    greetings, martina
    x

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  3. Stunning!
    Beautiful design and images:) Lovely details.
    Hugs, Heidi:)

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  4. Wow,Kylie, what à beautiful card you made. Your coloring is fabulous and your decoration stunning. Those two images together is such à lovely scène. Love how you did THE flowers. Thank you for joining iaat StamptacularSunday Challenge.
    Hugs Marianne

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  5. Hi Kylie, gorgeous card hun, love your colouring and masking, your flowers look gorgeous too,
    thanks for joining us at Totally Tilda, hugs Liz and Susie xx

    ps: we went to Paris one weekend, got caught in a Thunder storm, never seen anything like it! and it poured it down then too lol, xx

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  6. wow, your card is so gorgeous!!! Love al the details, you've got such great ideas!!
    Have a wonderful Easter.
    hugs Yvonne

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  7. That looks really stunning Kylie! What a great card!!
    Hugs Kristel

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  8. Kylie, you always amaze me! This card is out of this world awesome!!! WOW! Love the blue and red colourcombo, simply PERFECT! And your flowers are so beautiful, I adore how you've put the lace, leaves and ribbon underneath them, looks so fabulous.

    Happy Easter sweetie!
    hugs Hanna

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  9. Gorgeous card Kylie, such a lovely image and your colouring is fab. I love the colour combo and the blingy corner.
    Thanks for playing along with us at Totally Gorjuss, Bling it challenge.
    Hugs Sue x

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  10. Hi Kylie :)
    What an amazingly beautiful card! :)
    LOVE the personal story behind it as well! I can almost see you guys in the lobby ;)
    Stunning coloration, it is fab beyond words :)
    Great kombo off the patterned papers, the endresult is not chrismassy at all ;)
    Hugs

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  11. What a gorgeous card.

    Marie-Anne

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  12. This is so beautiful Kylie!!!!!!

    Gr. Corine

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  13. What a beautiful card...I love how you have coloured her outfit. Great job!

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  14. Ohhhhhhhh....MAGNIFIQUE!!!!!!! Wow, Kylie, your coloring is breathtaking......WOW!!!!!!!!
    This is an amazing work of art...love everything about it!

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  15. This is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! Love the two images together. Your attention to detail is just unbelievable. Great Job!!!!

    Hugs
    Debbie

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  16. Stunning, fabulous colouring as always and love those images together!
    Helen x

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  17. Stunning Tilda creation great take on the chall... thanks for sharing with us at Totally Tilda chall this wk.

    smiles Christine TT DT & girlies xx

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  18. Kylie, tres chic!! =) Love the card with your Paris styling...looks really cool!
    Martina

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  19. Fabulous Kylie and the Eiffel Tower stamp is one of my favourites too :D. I love how you've paired it up with Windy Tilda and your colouring is so beautiful. Love the combination of papers and embellishments too, so perfect! It made me smile about your trip to Paris and the weather, you never can tell what it's going to be like from one hour to the next in the this part of the world! Have a lovely Easter, hugs, Chris xx

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  20. Gorgeous card Kylie x Thanks for joining in with the Ribbon Girls x Good luck x

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  21. It's a fabulou card Kylie - you've put in so much work and it's all perfectly done - love the papers you've used they go perfectly with the colours and you image is gorgeous. Thanks for joining in with the Ribbon Girl colour challenge, Mary G x

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  22. Wow this card has it all!! The stitching is such a nice touch. Love the whole Paris theme. Thanks so much for joining us this week at SSC.

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  23. Love the Bling, thanks for playing at Totally Gorjuss!!

    Hugs,
    Patricia

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  24. Your card is stunning! From the beautiful papers and colors to your fabulous design. Thanks for sharing with us at Stamptacular Sunday Challenges. I hope we'll see you again!
    Jo xx

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  25. Love your card and the blingy bits Kylie, thanks for joining in the fun at Totally Gorjuss.

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  26. Such a lovely card! Love the flowers, and the ribbon going through the image via the eyelets... Thanks for playing with us at Totally Gorjuss challenge!

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