Friday, February 25, 2011

Pink and Brown Tilda

I made this card for my Grandmother. She will be celebrating her 91st birthday next week.

Card Details:
Stamp: Secret Tilda from Magnolia Stamps
Copics: E00, e21, e30, e31, E33, E53, E35, RV000, RV 10, G21 and a clear spica pen
Scalloped Hearts Spellbinders Nestibility Dies
Scalloped Frame: A Child's Year Cricut cartridge cut at 4.5 inches


Rene said...

Super pretty!!! Love your colors!91! WOW!
Rene :D

Mascha van Dijk Zimmerman said...

Love the nice colrs, and tilda is colored so well! Bye Mascha

Linda said...

happy birthday to your grandma and the card is absolutely beautiful!!!!

Cricket said...

Very cute. Love pink and brown together.

♥♥RubyM:)♥♥ said...

AWE!!!!!!!! SO CUTE and the soft colors are adorable.I really like the hearts all over and then in different patterns.NICE WORK OF ART!RubyM:)

RenateKreativ said...

Beautiful card, I love the color, the imgae is very cute.
Have a nice weekend
Hugs Renate

Chris said...

It is so cute! I love the white on white polka dotted paper! Your layered hearts are so fun! Great card!

Chris Christensen

Barb Hardeman said...

Oh so cute with all the hearts in different papers! Love this very soft pink with brown - awesome job!

Sharon Keanly said...

Pink and brown are my absolutely fave colours... just love what you've done with this card and your Gran is going to love it. Bless her, hope she has a wonderful birthday. hugs Sharon

Christina C. said...

What a sweet card to give to your grandmother....she will surely treasure this gorgeous creation. Love, love the color combination!

Anonymous said...

She'll love it Julie! how wonderful that you still have a grandmother! Adorable card!
Pam Going Postal

Frea said...

Lovely card Julie, great colour combo and I love the hearts! Hugs, Frea

Cami said...

Very pretty card for your Grandmother, Julie! She will love this...the pink and brown combo is always lovely together!
Hugs, Cami

Cassy said...

Very pretty card! Your hearts are adorable!!

coldwaters2 said...

WOW Julie this is awesome so very beautiful, the design, papers, colours and Tilda look stunning.
Lorraine x

Card Crazy said...

She's a real cutie! Like the way you created her frame with the overlapping hearts, and the ribbon paper strips in the background.
Sue S.

Christel Webb said...

Beautiful. Brown and pink - it’s really nice, never thought about that, have to try it:) Happy birthday nana from me also:) I bet she will cherish this card, I would.


LINDA W. said...

Such a beautiful card for your
Grandmother she will love it.
HUGS Linda

Pat said...

Hi's been too long since I've had the time to blog-visit. I'm so sorry...that whole work thing is just so intrusive sometimes!! So today I'm catching up. You've been uber busy, haven't you?! I love your work...and this card is just a delisiouc as it can be!! I love the soft colors...and the nested hearts! My fave thing? (Well, beside Tilda, of course)...the pop of green you added in the ow on the present! Your grandmother will cherish it, I have no doubt!! I'm so tickled to see you here at Magnolia-licious Challenge Blog!! Have a great weekend, hunny bunny!! Hugs. Pat Frank

Uma said...

lovely pretty card

Candy said...

Hi Julie,
Oh what a delicate and pretty card!
Your Grandmother is going to cherish this one.
I love the papers you have used and die cut as well as the many wonderful hearts. They are so appropriate for a Grandma's Birthday Card.
Tilda is lovely :o)
I hope your Grandma has a wonderful day tomorrow.
Thank you for being part of our Magnolia-licious Challenge Blog.
Hugs, Candy

Sandy said...

Hey Julie - this card is adorable and so very pretty - love all the heart and I especially love you design work with the paper - Tilda is colored perfectly!

Anonymous said...

Oh wow!! This is totally adorable!! I love the hearts and the pretty colors!! ;) HUGS

cabio's craft corner said...

Gorgeous colored image with sweet heart shapes. Thank you so much for joining us at Magnolia-licious Challenge. Hope to see you again for the up coming challenges :o)