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Magnolia, Tilda’s Town Challenge…


Let’s Celebrate!  This week’s challenge @ Tilda’s Town.

I colored Birthday Tilda with Distress ink pad reinkers on Canson Montval cold press watercolor paper.  The pattern paper is from the Basic Grey Blush 6×6 paper pad.  I used two DooHickeys dies,  Twisted Swirl and Heart Flower Lace Border.

I edged the papers with Walnut Stain Distress ink and the ink blending tool.  Stickles on the candles!

Tilda is such a cutie with her yummy chocolate cake!  A Viva Decor pearl pen for the dots in the background and the pearl is from Magnolia too.

I used the Perfect Layer Tools 1/16th inch ruler for matting… link and discount code in my sidebar…

Click over to Tilda’s Town ChallengesHERE and enjoy the inspiration from the Design Team and enter the weekly challenge!  We’d love to have you!  Each week there is a random winner, chosen by Inlinkz, for a $10 gift certificate to Tilda’s!


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Linking up to Midweek Magnolias Challenge blog – Make it sparkle/glitter and bling!

Thanks for stopping by and hope you can play along with us this week @ Tilda’s Town!

16 thoughts on “Magnolia, Tilda’s Town Challenge…

  1. This is a darling card! I love the color combo you used too. Your coloring is always amazing so, of course, that makes it even more special. I can almost count the number of hairs on her head your coloring is so realistic! I may have to have that twisted swirl die now. You have made it almost irresistible!

  2. Her rosey cheeks look so cute, well SHE looks so cute and that cake has my name on it. lol
    Another brilliant card Miss Pam.
    Hugz Tonniece

  3. Pink and brown—great color combination and use of pattern papers. She is so cute and your coloring is perfect !!! The cake looks so good—ready to take a bite !!!

  4. Awww, a happy birthday from tilda. Love the accent and how you pulled the colors together.

  5. Pam, I will be honest with you… I really don’t like much these faceless dolls… but I love your coloring and the way you assemble your cards! If I ever get a card with a Tilda, I am gonna put some lipstick on this gal! lol

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