My first pic is of the card I've done for the Tilda & co challenge for girly but blue, the papers are DCWV, probably one of my favourites Tilda I so love layering her petticoats it always look pretty, she did have a belt but I lost it but I think I prefer it without especially with the soft coloured papers.
Now this is me with a very talented lady Francoise Read, if you use Woodware stamps there's a good possiblility that this lady designed them. She was happy for Sis to take a picture so that I can use it for my a-z journal (this week is I so we're talking Inspiriation).
Here are the two cards we made on Saturday, she had some great examples of how she had extended the scene by using some of the stamps of the set. She also showed cards where they're peeking over the fence, unforturnately Mick at the shop had sold out so when I got back to Sis I visited the The Glitter Pot.