Wednesday, December 7, 2011

On the 7th Tilda of Christmas...


Mistletoe Tilda

Happy Wednesday bloggers, and welcome to DAY 7 of our 12 Tilda's of Christmas! It's hard to believe we're already over half way through! Wasn't Kristina's card so adorable yesterday? Today I'd like to shine a spotlight on another designer that we at Simon Says Stamp love dearly, Jo Nevill! She designs on our Simon Says Stamp weekly Challenge blog, so be sure to check her blog HERE for so much more inspiration!

Mistletoe Tilda is one of my favorites....it's very difficult to chose but she's so cute! The Christmas cracker holder Jo made is just so beautiful I had to include a zoomed out photo below also! I hope you enjoy!



Ingredients to make this card: Mistletoe Tilda, Echo Park Season's Greetings Paper Pack, Spruce Doohickey, Marvy White Liquid Applique, Copic Markers, Letraset Promarkers, Pebbles Welcome Christmas Ribbon (Red Gingham), Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad & Refill, Cutter Bee Scissors (Perfect for fussy cutting :)), & Tombow Dot Adhesive Runner.



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87 comments:

  1. what a fun gift idea...Thanks for sharing..
    Happy Wednesday..

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  2. So cute! Love the snow on the trees. Fun idea!

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  3. How sweet! I love the idea! :-) xx

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  4. This card is darling! What a cute image!

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  5. Love the tag today! So sweet and just cute, cute, cute!
    Lynn

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  6. I think I like this one the best. Never have tried Copics or colored pencils but would love to give it a try someday.
    Adorable tag for a present. What a fun idea. Thanks.

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  7. Love the way you have used the Tilda..What a nice gift Idea...Really loved it!!

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  8. This is adorable and love the idea!

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  9. Tilda is so pretty and cute...fabulous colouring!

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  10. What a cutie! Thanks Jo for sharing this great idea.

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  11. I'd love to win that set, thanks for the chance. Merry Christmas!

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  12. All of your dt are so creative!Love this cracker holder! Beautifully done!

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  13. This looks really cute on the cracker - great idea!

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  14. Beautiful Christmas Cracker Jo!
    I love that Xmas stamp set :-)
    Gini
    xx

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  15. This is darling! I love these!

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  16. This is amazing project! Great to know that we can create other projects other than cards!

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  17. Absolutely gorgeous cracker here. What a great idea to make them yourself foo and this little cutie is just awesome. love it.

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  18. What an awesome Hero Arts stamp set. Perfect for Christmas!

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  19. Oooh this is lovely.

    Hugs
    Penni
    X

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  20. oh this is the cutest cracker i love it and thx for the great candy that is a fab set xx

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  21. Trees are great with the image :)

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  22. What an adorable cracker! thanks for the chance to win. :)

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  23. Great tag. Thanks for sharing! xxx Marianne MW

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  24. These are really cute, the image would make great napkin holders too. Thanks for the chance to win, Denise
    roseyandbasil at yahoo.ca

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  25. How cute to put Tilda on a Christmas cracker. Such a fun way to dress up the simple paper they are often created with.

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  26. really cute project. great coloring. Love that Hero Arts stamp set. Thanks for the inspiration and chance to win.

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  27. Love Hero Arts
    Thanks for the chance

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  28. Great gift idea, super cute image

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  29. Such a cute little cracker ring! Love this Tilda, too!

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  30. Now this is just plain adorable. The shading is fabulous. Good packaging idea, too.

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  31. What a fun idea for Christmas!! Love this!!

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  32. very cute, love the wrapping! such a great idea

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  33. Beautiful Tilda and fabulous gift wrapping!!
    Hugs
    Hazel xx

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  34. very very cute

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  35. Cute cracker. The Matilda stamps are great for copic marker users.

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  36. I love this Tilda, my favorite! Love it as a tag on the Christmas cracker! TFS

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  37. Fab idea and brill design,

    sorry just realised I wasn't a follower, a bit daft when I have you linked as one of my most favourite blogs on my blog lol, thanks for the chance to win some yummy candy, have a lovely evening, hugs Liz xx

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  38. She is so sweet! I love the red colour...

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  39. love hero arts!! thanks for the giveaways!

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  40. THANKS for sharing I LOVE the Tilda #7!! WHAT A CUTIE!!
    THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  41. This cracker will make a fabulous addition to the christmas table, very cute.

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  42. Fab christmas cracker holder love the sweet Tilda.
    (hugs)
    Trish (-:

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  43. I like your cracker very much and nice coloring!
    Thanks for the chance

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  44. I love this project! So festive and the image is just too adorable!

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  45. Cute stuff and a very nice giveaway!
    Congratulations to the lucky winner!

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  46. Sweet card! Tildas are quite cute :)

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  47. What a cute way to decorate a Christmas Cracker!

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  48. That cracker is adorable, and that Tilda cuter still! :)

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  49. I will borrowing this idea for our napkin holders this year. I will select colors that match our decor.

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  50. These Tilda stamps are adorable!!

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  51. What a great project - very cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Julia D.

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  52. What a cute idea. Thanks so much.

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  53. Love the trees and missletoe Tilda. TFS.

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  54. Great gift idea! Anything with Tilda is fab!

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  55. Very cute way to decorate a cracker holder.

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  56. What cute stamp! I love the cookies in her pocket.

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  57. Really pretty! Love that paper, and the cut out trees. Thanks for sharing!

    Katie B.

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  58. beautiful christmas cracker!

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  59. So cute! I love the trees on this too! And I love this gift idea too!

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  60. Love to win that set, thanks for the chance. Merry Christmas!hugs, Frances.

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  61. what a fabulous project. Very cute!

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  62. So pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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  63. What a cute idea - beautiful!

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  64. What a great idea for a cracker decoration. Just like a little kid, I am so curious about the contents of your crackers.

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  65. That is one awesome cracker! Love the idea. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  66. Great cracker and gorgeous Tilda. Hugs Christine x

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  67. sweet card, love that HA stamp set

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  68. Today's Tilda is lovely! The snow on the trees looks amazing!
    I adore that Hera Arts set... so many great images! Thanks for a chance!
    DeniseB
    I'm a follower!

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