Friday, 4 February 2011

Chinese New Year

Hello I am back to Tilda again, this time for Chinese New Year.
I have used some paper from a oriental kit that I got in a sale that did not have a front page but I think it is papermaina! I used the sketch from Create 4 Fun challenge at, which went very well with the oriental theme. I had a go at writing the sign for rabbit with a stick (that is why it is a little wobbly) and made a dragon out of glitter. The Tilda is from Sir Stampalot and I coloured her with copic's. To finish I added some different jewellery and a ribbon from my stash.
I am going to enter her into these challenges

Create 4 Fun A sketch challenge ends Saturday

Magnolia stamp Lovers A glitter challenge ends Saturday

Sentimental Sundays challenge A Chinese New Year challenge ends Sunday

Creative Belli A challenge to add Jewellery ends Wednesday

All that scraps An anything goes challenge ends Wednesday

Sew Many Cards An anything goes challenge ends Friday

Hope this is OK


  1. How glitzy and beautiful!! Thanks for playing in the Belli Challenge!

  2. Such a beautiful card celebrating the Chinese New Year! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations! :-) Amy

  3. Hi Lynn, another gorgeous card, I love all the added details and embellis. Thanks for joining in at Creative Belli.

  4. Wow, this is a real stunner! So many beautiful embellishments!

    Thank you for joining us this week at the Sentimental Sundays!

  5. Great card. Love all the details. Thanks for joining us at SS!

  6. This is beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays this week!!

  7. Happy Chinese New Year!! Great jelewery on the card. Thanks for sharing on the Belli challenge.

  8. Your card is very Asian, love the embellishments and attention to detail. Thanks so much for sharing your talent at the Magnolia Stamp Lover's 'glitter' challenge. C2

  9. Great Chinese New Year card. Love your Tilda.

    Thanks for joining us at Sew Many Challenges.


  10. love the tilda images-very nice coloring on your card-love the jewlelry touch-thanks for sharing it with us at the creatrive belli jewlery challenge