Reindeer Tilda & Jingle Bells!


This cutie pie Tilda is for today’s challenge at All That Scraps  ~ Christmas Flowers.    I really had fun with this one.    She’s called Reindeer Tilda from the 2010 Magnolia Merry Little Christmas collection.  I’ve used the new Spellbinders Beaded Ovals and added some white ink to the back of each circle trim piece.



Did you notice the jingle bell necklace Tilda is wearing? I had some matching teeny, tiny jingle bells in my stash and added those to each corner and on the centers of the poinsettia flowers . . .



Did you also know that these bells actually jingle?! So fun!

Don’t forget to check out all the awesome sample cards for the All That Scraps Wednesday challenge this week ~ Christmas Flowers.

Thanks for stopping in today. I hope your week is going well.




  1. Mary did you use vellum for the Spellbinders Beaded Ovals…very cool look. The highlighting on the back double cool. As for Reindeer Tilda, I have yet to see a Tilda stamp that’s not as cute as a bee! The artistry is the stamps are right on target for CUTE! those jingle bells poinsetta center is an awesome idea…Clever! Lets add clever to Mary’s qualities!!!

  2. Super sweet card, Mary.
    Great idea to add the white to the back of your velum.
    Love the jingle bells in the flower centres.
    Hugs, Candy

  3. still here…crazy busy and lots of company…sure you can relate. Darling card!

  4. I love the added jingle bells to the flowers and card. What a gorgeous card, the coloring as always is perfect!!! Gorgeous card with so much to look at!!!

  5. You just amaze me every time I pop in and visit your blog.. Love it!!!!

  6. Great card-AGAIN! I really like the jingle bells-how cute!

  7. What an absolutely beautiful card! Hugs, Gail

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