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Magnolia Tilda with Hanging Star…

I used adorable Tilda…she’s a melt your heart cutie… it just dawned on me I didn’t glitter up her star! hmmm…use your imagination here! lol  Bo Bunny pattern paper pad…Basic Grey ribbon…Nestabilities dies and a matte gold card-stock….oh, a little bit of frosted lace stickles on her wings.

I stamped Tilda on Papertrey Ink white card-stock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored her with Copic Sketch Markers.  Hair – E50, YR31, 21, 23, 24, E37… Skin – E000, 00, 21, diluted R30… dress – forgot to color gray first… I knew I was forgetting something! ugh! R24, 27, 29, 59… star – YR21, 23, 24… wings – W00, 0, 1, 3.  I edged the circle with Forest Moss Distress ink and my ink blending tool.

I’m linking my card to the following challenges… Everybody Art Challenge blog – Anything Goes… Stamp Something Challenge blog – Something with pretty papers… Crafty Creations Challenge blog – Let it shine…

Thanks for stopping by!  I love hearing from you and seeing what you’re up to! ttul!

Stamps and stuff I used to create this card…

55 thoughts on “Magnolia Tilda with Hanging Star…

  1. Your card is absolutely gorgeous. I really love it. Everything is so festive and beautiful. Think I need to get the paper and Tilda and the beautiful die..
    Thanks for helping me stay broke week after week !! ha ha

    Have a great day,

  2. This is beautiful Pam, love the gorgeous colouring and that paper is beautiful. Like you say, nice to see another WordPress blog! Why the whole world runs on Blogger is a mystery to me, the bloggers are always complaining about it yet they continue to use it!! Have a great rest of the week. I’ll be sure to grab the new sketch and see what I can come up with.


  3. She totally melted my heart! Your coloring is amazing, and the card is beautiful. Someone will squeal with delight when they receive this one! Hugs…

  4. Absolutely beautiful!!! Your reds are stunning – this is an insentive to get me started on my Christmas cards. Thanks for all your wonderful cards….Hugs, Ruth Ann

  5. Absolutely stunning Pam ! I love the papers you have uses with tilda, showcasing her as though she is in an ornement. The colours are rich and so harmonious. Your coloring of Tilda is fabulous. Very nice!

  6. Another beautiful card in your collection !!! I don’t know where to begin. OK It is simply adorable and a great job, as usual.

  7. Hi-
    Love your card. Just found some of the paper online and I think this will be my christmas card! I am puzzled by your comment that you “forgot the greys first” Can you explain that? Did you mean the grey around the image or to darken the red?? The reason I ask is that I (duh) never thought to use the grey around the image first which can be a real pain when working with reds since no matter how long they dry, they still smear if touched with another color. Is that what you meant? If not, you gave me a good idea when working with reds and trying to shade with greys. Thanks for any info you can give!

  8. Oh Pam, what a beautiful card. Love the way you ‘used’ the sketch. Stunning colouring. Love, Wilma

  9. Wonderful Pam, Just like everyone has said. But I do not understand when you said before you listed the red colors why did you say you forgot to color gray first. I just got that Spellbinder set have not even taken it out of it’s case yet. That paper you used for the background is so perfect for a lot of Christmas Cards, I’m going to have to check into Bo Bunny Pattern Paper I do not have any of their paper. Wonderful Pam.

  10. Beautiful christmas card Pam! Sooo cute yet elegent! I long for winter right now it’s going to be the hottest day of the year here so far in arizona,109!
    Judy K.

  11. Beautiful card Pam. It’s a hot sunny day here in Canada, but It sure can’t hurt to get an early start on Christmas Cards.

  12. OMGoodness, this is sooooo gorgeous!! I love that gold cardstock…it is so elegant and perfect for your card. I love everything about this!! The simplicity of the layout really lets the dp and image shine! Hugs, Rosie

  13. Pam, your Christmas card is absolutely phenomenal… the gorgeous DP ( I have some of that too) . You paired the perfect Tilda with this luscious paper….magnificent coloring of this adorable image!

  14. Stunning, Pam! Just stunning! Only you can pull together all the little pieces to make such a fabulous card. Love all the gold! Beautifully done…hugs…Barb

  15. Pam,
    This is absolutely gorgeous. I think you are the Queen of gorgeous Xmas cards! I bet anyone on your card list at Xmas just can’t wait to see what beautiful card they are going to open each year! I love how you framed her & I now I have to add another spellbinder die to my have to have list!


  16. Beautiful and classical. Love the traditional coloring of Christmas and the sweet Tilda image use on this project :o)

  17. it’s elegant as mentioned… Love the colors, the
    angel , and the beautiful bulbs… Great use of spell binders on
    the circle die…

  18. Very elegant and lovely! I don’t know where you find your DPs from, but you always have beautiful papers to go with your images. This Tilda is a lovely Christmas angel!
    Hugs, Cami

  19. This is such a gorgeous card, Pam. The paper, Tilda and the embellishment, all fits perfectly. Thank you for making such a beautiful card with my sketch.

    Greetings from Norway!

  20. Well I tell you Pam, I don’t know how you keep coming up with the most perfect cards! Absolutely love everything about this gorgeous card!!!! So when is your hubby coming this way to go fishing and will drop you off at my place? Would love to have even a tiny bit of your talent rub off on me!!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing your works of art!!!

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