I didn't notice that this was a Christmas Tilda stamp when I bought it. I have used it before but I've just covered the holly in her hair with a flower or a gem. So this is the first time that I've used the stamp to make a Christmas card - any excuse to overload the glitter! I've used my nestabilities (labels 4) to cut the main shape but I do find that some of the more ornate shapes don't really layer too well because the die sizes are too different.
TOP TIP! I cut out the spotted paper with my largest die. To get a perfect sized mat for it, I then hand drew around the same die onto my green card. Cut this shape out by hand and it will then be the perfect size for matting and layering!
The papers are all from DCWV and the Tilda with Presents image is coloured with Pro Markers. The lace, ribbon and pearls are all from my stash and I've added a little "Made for You" charm to the bow. I have hand stitched around the card using DMC Cotton Perle as this is a bit thicker than normal thread and I wanted the stitches to stand out well.
I am entering this card into the following challenges:
I love pro markers - Charming
Die Cut Dream Christmas Club - Tilda in Red
Totally Tilda - Stitching
Creative Card Crew - Sparkle and Shine
Crafty Ann's - Christmas in August
Sew Many Challenges - Christmas
The Creative Cottage - Christmas
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