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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Tilda Sitting in the Cold

I love non-traditional Christmas colors. I think my favorite cards are those made with pink, anyway, so when I saw this paper and it was a soft turquoise and peachy/pink, I grabbed a piece of it at the scrapbook store. I don't know the name of this Tilda, but she's an "oldy but goody". I used Spellbinders and Sizzix dies. And, as usual, my lace and ribbons are just small pieces of my collection.


I'm entering this card in the challenges at Tilda's Town, Stamp and Create, Simply Magnolia, Christmas Blog Challenge, Jingle Belles Rock. Since this card was made just to use this pretty paper, I had some time and was able to even make the links color to the challenges I'm entering match the card! Oh, the little things that make us smile. :)

                                          Thanks for looking at my blog!
                                                    Hugs, Gail

22 comments:

  1. Adorable as always, Gail !! But how you can work on "snow" cards when your temps are in the 80's is beyond me . . . and since I don't want any more winter here in Michigan, I can't get motivated to create winter/snow cards any longer at this point - I want spring . . . Anyhow, good luck on winning a challenge or two or three - LOL !!

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  2. So sweet! I'm a big fan of Non Traditional Christmas colours and this is a great choice, how can you go wrong with aqua in there :) just beautiful Gail

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  3. So perfectly colored. I love her little pose...so cute!

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  4. Aww, so cute! The colours ARE gorgeous!
    Chris
    x

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  5. Hi, Gail! Your little Tilda looks adorable in her non traditional colors. Very pretty card, and so festive with your lovely snowflakes and festive lace.

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  6. Love your festive card Gail. She actually does look cold too doesn't she. I think it is great to have some of our cards made in advance for Christmas. Judy x

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  7. what a gorgeous card and perfect Christmas Star, thank you for joining us at the Winter Wonderland
    Hugs Kate xx

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  8. Gorgeous Christmas card Gail, lovely choice of colours. Thanks for joining us at Tilda's Town this week. Teresa x

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  9. She is cute! Thanks for joining us at Simply Magnolia. Hugs Karin

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  10. Very pretty card, great colors. Thanks for joining us at Tilda's Town for our Christmas challenge
    hugs Louise

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  11. Beautiful Christmas Card! Thanks for joining us at Tilda's Town this week.
    hugs,
    Mae

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  12. Hi, Gail! Thank you for joining in Winter Wonderland, your lovely card is perfect for this week's theme, hugs, Miria x

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  13. Beautiful card Gail. Gorgeous colours and colouring and Tilda looks so pretty. Hugs Lozzy x

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  14. i had some of that paper and it really is gorgeous. I would buy another piece if I saw it and you have certainly made the most of it with your cutie image. wonderful colours. love it. Thanks for joining in on my prompt over at Jingle Belles!

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  15. Very pretty Gail, the colours are lovely! xx

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  16. Gorgeous card,it suits to the weather we still have. Thanks for joining us at Simply Magnolia.

    XX Inge

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  17. Love how she's perched on the ribbon ... and love the sparkling snowflakes ... so glad you joined us at jingle belles.

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  18. such beautiful card. Lovely Tilda
    Big hugs
    Doreen xx

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  19. Hi Gail, just wanted to pop over to say thank you for the lovely comment you left on my Christmas at Sweet Stampin entry - it means a lot so thank you very much!
    You've made a gorgeous Christmas card here and I love that it's not a 'normal' colour scheme - I love the blue and pink too hugs Karen

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  20. what a supercuuuuuuuuuuuuuute christmas card, i especially love those sparkly snowflakes! thanks for blinging along with us at JINGLE BELLES! :)

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