Good afternoon folks,
We are still not suffering too much from snow. I think because Ayr is in a fairly sheltered bay the snow seems to be falling all around us but there is very little doing here - a few wee miserable snowflakes, that's all. However, it is freezing, -9 degrees this morning!
I have the next card in the Alphabet series - this time for the letter O, in this case O is for Ornaments.
I've chosen an unusual colour combo of red, pink and white and all because of serendipity. The satin ribbon sang to me when I popped into my local shop on Saturday - that gorgeous dusky pink colour did it for me - and then on Monday I discovered this design paper in my birthday goodies. All I had to do was give Tilda red & pink striped stockings and glitter her up a bit and she was perfect.
I teamed the design paper up with a piece of white card which I had embossed with the Snowflakes folder which Lisa kindly gave me - thanks Lisa, it's gorgeous. There's a red felt ornament from Papermania behind Tilda and another ornament embellishment from my stash. The Prima flowers got the glitter treatment too and a red flat-backed e-line pearl in the centre.
A Merry Christmas peel-off and a digi stamp from Sentiments 4 You complete the card. Really easy. I did go to town on the inside using up the leftover ribbon and embossed card.
I think this has got to be my favourite Tilda card so far even though I would never have thought the pink and red were a good colour combination!
I have completed another birthday card but I have to sort out the photographs before I can post it - I hope to do that later today.
Bye for now