Get Well Tilda | By Liz - Swedish House Crafts

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Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Get Well Tilda | By Liz


Hi guys, it's my turn today to show a little inspiration for Swedish House Crafts
I thought there has been so many colds and flu knocking around and still is, that I wanted to make a easel style drawer card so you can add some tissues, lip balm and flu type medicine in the drawer.

I made my drawer section first then added some of the gorgeous new Maja Design paper from the Celebration collection. These are beautiful papers and as always with Maja Design they distress beautifully.


I Love! love!! love!!! this Get well Tilda with Bunny Slippers stamp by Magnolia. She is coloured with distress re-inkers and I added a hint of glitter to the edges of her pillow.

Using the stitched ovals die for the image and the scalloped ovals die behind it by Gummiapan, I made my focal point. On the edges I stamped the Stockholm text stamp using first and second generation stamping.


I added the Get Well Soon text by Magnolia  (this comes with a Tilda stamp too, all links are below). Using one of the stitched banner dies by Gummiapan to cut it out. All these Gummiapan dies tie in so well together.

I got this adorable antique luxury ornament embellishment from SHC too, which I used as a little added interest to the card part of my drawer box creation. Do check these out - they are fabulous and really good value too.


The hearts used on the bottle came from the adorable pill packet again by Magnolia. I die cut the die out twice, once in the Monochrome Lavender Rose and once in the Pearl. Then I added the Lavender Rose hearts into the spaces of the Pearl one. I of course used some of the pearl hearts on the bottle above, but you could just use them on the Lavender Rose heart pill packet too, 

The flowers and lace are from my stash apart from the rose buds which are from Swedish house crafts.


To keep in the with the theme I used a larger stitched banner die with the Under the weather text stamp (again this comes with a Tilda stamp). I stamped it using my Tim Holtz stamping platform and a memento rich Cocoa stamp pad. 


Did you notice the fabulous handle I used on the drawer section? These are brill as they have a brad style fastener behind. So I simply made a hole in my paper, and then undid the prongs on the back before gluing my paper in place, ta da!!!


Happy Crafting!!!!

2 comments:

  1. Fabulous Liz, love the stamp and gee not got this one either...sad....love the little easel box too which are fun to make.x

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