Wednesday, 18 June 2008

Tilda and Friends ATC - A Midsummer Nights Dream


I loved this challenge - nearly went and found my A'level text - so don't be surprised if I do another one. Yeah I got to use my new stamp Tilda in Nightdress which I adore. I have coloured her in using waterpencils and H2O, in lilacs and pinks. The backing paper is dovecraft fantasy and was so apt. The grass is a bit of hologram vellum which I have had ages and was an offcut. The flowers have tiny flower brads in the centre to which I have added pink glitter.
Peaseblossom, Cobweb, Mustardseed and Moth are pictured with Tilda in the picture, the flowers are meant to represent the love in idleness which Oberon bids Puck to bring him.

11 comments:

#Donna# said...

Beautiful atc, love tilda in her nightie, so cute and your backing paper is fab. xx

kes said...

well who loves the bard lol.
tis lovely.
kes
x

Vali said...

Very beautiful ATC ! So pretty ! Very great work !
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Becky said...

What a gorgious ATC! Tilda in her night dress works so well for the theme!
Love Becky xx

cats whiskers said...

Well This is brilliant, Love all your quotes, I was going to make Tilda into Mustard Seed but wasn't to sure if anyone would know who she was, I played her in our school production
Hugs Jacqui xx

ink'n'rubba said...

fabulous interpretation of the theme this week! very pretty, love the fairy background paper. thanks for joining in the fun with us this week. annie x

southern fairy said...

wow some heavy thought went into the depth of the meaning in the story here! its ace :)

Cathy said...

Lovely ATC Vicky. Tilda looks gorgeous in her nightie.

Jane Carroll said...

simply lovely

hugs jane x

Caz said...

Beautiful, she looks like she is floating on the flowers.
Caz
x

Jaime said...

Too cute. Love Midsummer Nights Dream BTW. One of my favorite reads in world Lit. We acted out the play in the play for that class. It was too funny. Anyway Love all your cards, I don't like my boys playing with my stamps either so I found them some Curious George ones at Target for a buck, now if I would just let them touch my stamp pads they might get to stamp him. hehe