Thursday, 1 October 2009

Tilda's Yummy Bakery.

Hi! What a nice day a bit cold but how lovely we can have tea and biscuits with the new Stampin 'Up catalogue.

Hope you don't mind this is another make which i have done for SirStampalot.
When i saw the new Cricut Cartridge-Winter Woodland it just gave me the idea of Tilda's Bakery Shop.
To make this little shop i have used:
Winter Woodland( page 80) Cricut Cartridge
Lovely Tilda with Wooden Spoon
Gingham paper also Magnolia
Magnolia Plant Pot
Magnolia Fabric Blossoms flower
Magnolia Cowberry Muffin Cake
Cream SHRINK PLASTIC(stamped/coloured all on this with Versacolor cubes and the opening times sign in the window)
Also acetate for the windows.
Thanks, take care. Lou.xx


louise said...

Lou this is so sweet loved it when I saw it at demo.
hugs, Louise

Fleur said...

Hi Lou - you know I love it! I'm off to sir stamp - Darren gave me some pocket money LOL.
Hugs Fleur xXx

Debbie said...

Hi Lou. It's even better in real life. Love everything you do. Your talent to combine Cricut shapes, rubber stamps and Shrink Plastic is unique. Love, love, love it and love you too.

See you soon

hugs Debbie xx

chris said...

well what can I say but I agree with all the ladies above, you really know how to put it together, just so unique and of course inspiring.
loads of love Chris xx

Bridgette said...

Just adorable Lou - you never fail to inspire me to try to do better - and it's true, they are even more gorgeous than the photo can convey - Bridgette xxx

brenda said...

Hi Lou

I am all behind on the news, O go sick for a couple of weeks ans miss everything, have no idea you were up adn running.

Love the blog layout, but where is Tilda ?

Have you on my google list now so can keep up with you.

B x

Anonymous said...

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