Tilda, Family and What’s New!

(E.T.A. 7:25 pm)  WE JUST HAD A SHORT, WILD, WINDY THUNDERSTORM!!!  GUESS WHAT?!  Then bright sunshine and a rainbow… I grabbed my camera and  took this out the window, so it’s not great but how COOL!

Tilda is bringing us a great reminder today, especially since it’s that time of year around here!  This cutie Tilda in Spring Rain is available HERE, part of the Chasing Butterflies Collection.  Colored with Distress Inks available HERE.  EK Success Medium Retro flower punch and leaf punch.  I used the Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher instead of thread in the button holes (I did put them in by hand).  The cute saying is from an Inkadinkado clear stamp set called Friendly advice available HERE,  I still need to get this one HERE,  so cute!  Gingham and polka dot paper is by October Afternoon…scallop ledger paper is from Creative Imaginations.  I edged everything with Antique Linen Distress ink and the ink blending tool (link in sidebar).   Tilda and the sentiment are stamped with Versafine Onyz Black Ink available HERE.

Linking to the Magnolia Down Under Challenge blog today…the theme is polka dots!

♥FAMILY NEWS…..

I wanted to take a minute to tell you our oldest daughter (Heather) has set up a blog, Adoption Miracles,  for our middle daughter’s (Amanda) upcoming adopting two children from Bulgaria.  Right now she is giving away one of my cards!  Cool….  There is a link to Amanda’s blog and the heart warming saga of their adopting two children from Ukraine and now as the journey continues by adopting two more orphans from Bulgaria. Our youngest daughter Breanna and her DH are expecting their second child this month,  so it will be an exciting month here!  By the end of the year Tim and I will have 12 grandchildren!  They are all wonderful!!! As I’m sure all you grandparents out there feel the same way about yours!!!  ♥

♥7KidsCollegeFund NEWS….

The new Magnolia Wedding Collection up in the store for sale HERE!!!!  Some awesome images!!!  Tab has them ALL!!!

Newly added Copic Ink refills HERE

New Penny Black slapstick stamps & clear stamp sets ….some of the older cute stamps HERE and HERE

New Cuttlebug HERE

Lots to check out at the store!  Thanks for giving me a chunk of time out of your day!  ♥ Happy stamping! ♥

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37 thoughts on “Tilda, Family and What’s New!

  1. Well without a doubt your coloring is A+. The card is really cute, and ohhhhhh, how we could use some rain here! Love that you’re putting up a link to the Adoption site your daughter has. Two more on the way! Awesome! Goodness you family grows by leaps and bounds…hugs…Barb

  2. Oh Pam! Your card is just beautiful. Very striking!!!! That saying is perfect for the card and uplifting!!!
    12 grandkids!!! WOW! You’ll be a busy little grandma. Congratulations!
    Hugs, Dena

  3. Pam!!!!!!!! Your cardis adorable!!! I love your colors, the saying is absolutely perfect and your coloring is amazing!!!!! You have 12 grandkids???? Lucky you!!!! I´ve four children (two married) and just 2 grankids!!! I looooooove them!!!!
    have a wonderful weekend!!!
    Hugs
    Regina

  4. Great job with the Distress Inks!! Love the yellow inside of the umbrella makes it cheerful even if she’s in the rain. 🙂 Awesome saying. First I’ve heard of a Tiny Attacher!!

  5. 12? WOW you are a very blessed family. Adoption has given me a gorgeous niece! As always your card is stunning! Thanks for the heads up about the wedding collection, there are several on my list.

  6. Wow, Pam, Xmas shopping is going to be so much fun buying for all those kids! All the kids in my family have grown up now and all they want is cash – boring!!

    Love the card – those colours are fab, love the way you’ve mixed the patterns!

  7. WOW !!! You know I love the paper choices. She is so cheerful even if she is in the rain. The card is wonderful.

  8. Awe, this is one of my favorite Tilda stamps! I love how she looks here and your coloring is perfect! I love that sentiment – what a great saying! Great picture of that rainbow. Such a miracle isn’t it! Best wishes and lots of luck to your daughter and her adoption saga! I admire her very much for finding homes for these orphans! hugs, Angela

  9. Wow – your card does match the weather! What excellent timing. Tilda is so beautifully coloured! I love your layout and papers too.
    Thanks for playing at MDUC this week, we hope to see you back again next week!
    Kyliek
    (PS – best of luck to your daughter on her up coming adoption!)

  10. Pam, congrats on your growing family circle!
    Oooh, you make me want to bring out some of my old Tildas too. Love this image, haven’t used her much. Love your colouring in distress ink–decided not to go there, though. I’m experimenting with coloured pencils instead. I like the sentiment on your card.

    Hugs.
    Norma

  11. Pam this little raining Tilda card is just adorable! Has a lovely retro look to it and your distress ink coloring is wonderful! Love the sentiment too!

    Blessings,
    Gloria

  12. Gorgeous card, love the balanced design and few very tastefully chosen embellies! Your colouring is amazing! Absolutely drop dead gorgeous!
    Hugs
    Annika

  13. Everything is so cute Pam! Great color combo and coloring of course!!! Love the layout too! Sage advice from that 12 year old!!! Terrific card!!!!

  14. ohhhh Pam…this is just darling…that stamp is just perfect for this Tilda…and your photo…don’t you just love rainbows?

    Hugs
    Nancy T.

  15. Pam, OMG, you never cease to amaze me with your beautiful colouring and such wonderful colour combos are gorgeous papers, this Tilda is adorable and I love the sentiment. A great take on the challenge, so happy you joining us at MDUC this week. hugs Jodie from Oz

  16. A gorgeous rainbow Pam, a gorgeous Tilda card (love it and that wonderful sentiment) and gorgeous news about your family, such an exciting time for you all and I wish them all well for the imminant adoptions and grandbaby’s arrival. Look forward to hearing more soon. Hugs, Chris 🙂

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