Saturday, January 10, 2009

ROP DT- Tilda at School dreams Friday Sketchers




I really enjoyed myself today..you know what?? I visited Tilda at school! She has a wonderful, cheerful class, and I thought that it was lesson time;and that I would disturb! But what did I find Tilda doing?? Sitting on her desk... face on hands.. day-dreaming about friday sketchers challenge!! :) lol
Actually I was dreaming that challenge... the lovely sketch there is this week, and I wanted to create this lovely scene that you yourself can also create with the Magnolia stamps and accessories. You can find these gorgeous stamps here, at Roses on Paper.





I arranged the DP as if it were wallpaper, creating the "wall and floor". Then I stamped the desk and Tilda seperately, water coloured tham and pop dotted them on top of each other.I raised Tilda from the top half with mini foam pads, to seem more like she's really sitting down. After that, I stamped the ruler on textured cardstock.. and this didn't even need colouring ;)
After I mounted the card, and rubbed-on the sentiment, I added crystal effect on the apple and the tiny heart shapes on Tilda's desk. Isn't she gorgeous?!





I decided to start making some Teacher cards for the kids to give to their teachers at the end of the Scholastic year. I know there is still some months time, but having a bunch like I do, it will take some time to have a handful ready! :)

Sending you hugs and blessings,and I hope you're having a wonderful weekend. Don't forget that Summer is still having her Sale, and my dear ROP DT friend Lim has lovely candy going on!! I'd better not send you there.. for my own good(I want that candy!) ... but I promised myself to be good this year :) lol .. joking!!

List of materials I used for the card: (highlighted stuff can be purchased at Roses on Paper)

Magnolia stamps: Sitting Tilda, Desk, Ruler
DP: Basic Grey: Cupcake Pad
Prima Flowers: embossed flowers, and hydrangeas
Buttons,paper pins, rub on sentiment, from stash
Centre Kisses and Dew drops: from Summer
Crystal Lacquer


Thanks for looking

16 comments:

Kit said...

lovely card, great idea

Kristine said...

Wow!
This card is adorable! I love the scenery you made;)
Thanks for joining FS!
Hugs Kristine

Jilli said...

This is gorgeous! Love the cute Tilda ... she reminds me of my daughter. Beautifully coloured and pretty papers. Jillix

stardustgemsandribbon said...

Absolutely gorgeous card, what a lovely school scene and I like how you have used the paper clips.
Thanks for joining us at FS.
Carole

Sue said...

Absolutley stunning card, just beautiful, sue.x

pinkpuppy said...

That is a fab card, so much detail!

tiggertastic said...

my goodness, so much detail. what a lovely make

Sarah x

Kim Piggott said...

oh this is so gorgeous!
hugs kim x

CarolinesGlede said...

Hi :) yeah, you can join in! I have tried to write about the candy in english now.. hope u understand it, hehe :)

hugs from Caroline

CraftyC said...

Wow, a stunning card, looks great and fab colouring
Clairex

Christine said...

What a sweet card! Makes me want to go back to school ;) !!!
Hugs Christine

Jodi said...

Oh such beautiful coloring! I love your card Rosette! =)

Iris said...

Wow what an awesome card Rosette. The scene you created is stunning, with the wall paper and the Ruler in the back! Love all your ideas!

hugs,
Iris

Susan said...

Oh, how bright and cheery her classroom looks! I want to learn there! Love how you used the accessory stamps. I loved this collection! You did a beautiful job on her!

Susan said...

Perfect! Your work on putting this card together is just awesome! Your also doing a fabulous job of promoting Roses On Paper. I went to the site to order some Magnolia stamps and everyone that I wanted was out of stock! You must have told everyone to shop there...LOL! I did get a couple of Whiff Of Joy and one Sarah Kay stamp, as well as some Prima Flowers. I'll have to keep checking for when she has the Magnolia back in stock. Her shipping price is excellent!

Kathy said...

What a cute card! Love how you kept the them without the whole card! Nice interpretation of the sketch :)Kathy