Saturday, July 30, 2011

Tilda Christmas frame

Well today I am getting a head start of Christmas. I made this christmas frame as I have so much chipboard at home. I bought it a while back when it was on clearance. I will never be able to get through all of this if i don't start on it. On another note about 2 months ago I was complaining about my camera and how the colors sometimes wash out your project. Well this very nice lady Pam Sparks sent me an email and told me I should make a light box. She explained it to me but it sounded really hard. Well long weekend so I decided to try and make one. I think I did it. Thank you Pam for being so helpful even though it took me 2 months to make one!!!!This is the final result........

Have a great weekend all and Merry Christmas!!!!!!!

20 comments:

  1. First of all - your latest project is another fabulous creation. Secondly - Pam Sparks is without a doubt one of the nicest designers out there. She has helped me on numerous occasions and what a talent. You can tell Pam I said so too! Love your blog Linda!
    Sandy

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  2. Very pretty! I love the magnolia stamps.

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  3. Wow Linda, this is such a cute frame card! I love that little Unwrapped Tilda (?) image you have used here!
    Hugs, Cami

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  4. Very cute Linda! What a fancy frame! One of my fav Tilda's if you can have a fav!!! Yup, Pam is really sweet and awesome card maker, but also known as an enabler!!! She finds the best stuff for us to want too!!!

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  5. Just Beautiful Linda, Love the curly frame and your Unwrapped Tilda fits perfectly. Very clever!
    Hugs Julie P

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  6. Hi Linda, Great light box and a darling frame I love the paint effect on the frame. Re:photography I use Windows Photo Gallery(just tick photos you want to use and press create blog post and then write in Live Writer) and Windows Live Writer which was free to download and you can sharpen your photos and crop them which is brilliant and also adjust contrast and brightness and also put the watermark on your photos and frame photos, I found this has been the best addition to my blogging to make it all so much easier. Hope this may help.Hugs Trish xx

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  7. Super cute!!! I'm getting ready to cut out my Gingerbread Tilda...we must be thinking Christmas today! LOL!
    Rene :D

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  8. Just an adorable little frame and look at you getting a head start on Christmas....Great job
    Hugs
    PS what did you do to make your light box?

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  9. Such a cute frame Linda! Well done on making the light box too! I still haven't got around to doing one!
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  10. This is an adorable frame. I love it and all the sparkle. I need to make a light box. Where can I find the directions? Great job on this beautiful project.

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  11. You go girl!!! Awesome photo Linda! I keep learning about taking photos... I think I get it figured out but then something else comes up to stump me! I will post about making a light box soon. A tutorial to make it easy! Bummer I didn't do that sooner for you... well, I just got the video camera! hahaha
    LOVE your adorable frame and sweet, sweet Tilda! So fun to come here and see what you're up to! One of these days I'm gonna "spy" something to alter and it'll be your fault! lol TFS!

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  12. Pam was wonderful to give you advice on making a light box. Someone just helped me, too. I love your Christmas frame card. Merry Christmas indeed!

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  13. I wondered how was useing a hammer Linda! It was you was it? making a light box!! Your are clever! It shows your Christmas frame card up to perfection! LOve it.
    Chrissyxx

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  14. That's so cool Linda. Cute frame with sweet Tilda :o)
    Hugs,
    Cabio

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  15. Just Beautiful Linda,I LOVE everything about this one to!!!:)

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