More Tilda/Edwin Cards - Finally!

Almost another year has passed since I posted more cards but, what can I say, I’d rather be stamping than on the computer :-)

I haven’t mastered the art of taking photos of my cards that show them at their best. Wish I knew someone who could give me some lessons. I see cards on other websites and am in awe of how they photograph those cards. The only way I know is to lay them on a piece of paper and take a snapshot. Yuk! I think I need a new camera, too, as all the photos I take with this one are yellowish in nature and need brightening.

Anyway, hope you like these cards I’ve made using Tilda and Edwin exclusively. In the card below, I’ve used “Wondering Tilda”.  

This is the inside of the card:

This next card is using “Tilda with Letter”.

and the inside…

“Patch Tilda”:

Inside “Patch Tilda”:

“Tilda with Rose”:

Inside:

“Heartbreaker Edwin”:

Inside:

“Tilda with Puppy”:

Inside:

“Hawaiian Tilda”:

Inside:

“Japanese Tilda”:

Inside:

“Chinese Tilda”:

I didn’t do the inside of Chinese Tilda :-(

“Tilda in Pearls”:

Inside:

“Black Tilda”:

Inside:

I can’t remember the name of this Tilda:

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“Cherry Tilda”:

Inside:

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“Tilda with Heart”:

“Edwin in Glasses”:

Inside:

I can’t remember the name of this Tilda either. I’ll just call her “Floral Tilda” because I made a lot of flowers to put on the card. (That’s as good a reason as any.)

 

Inside:

I guess that’s enough for now, as I’m sure many of you are sick of Tilda. –Too, bad, though, because I still love her and Edwin.

BTW, in September I got “Copic Certified” which simply means I completed an all day hands-on seminar to be able to call myself that. Even though I had heard others say that you don’t get your money’s worth, I found just the opposite to be true. I guess that’s because I had more to learn. Since I’ve been using Copics in my classes this past year, I thought it was important to know all I could about them from the company that manufactures them. I still love Radiant Pearls and always will, but when they went out of business I had to find another coloring medium. And for Tilda’s, Copics work best. I could’ve used other coloring techniques on these cute images, but Copics were new to the market when I first discovered them and I wanted to buy some to see what all the hype was about. I fell in love with them, and the rest is history.

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