Saturday, 20 July 2013

Christmas in July

Hi everyone!

... in the middle of this July here my latest card to share :

This one for inspiration on MDUC, so I bet you can guess what's going on at MDUC this week ..
yes, yes .. we invited you to join our "Christmas in July" as a sweet theme chosen by our lovely Debbie P.

My card comes with Christmas Party Tilda from So Jolly 2010, colored with Distress ink pad on the classy tone with reddish blond hair :)
I was playing with gingham fabric on my design and give some cool sensation with snow text.

The gorgeous Magnolia paper from "Christmas Story" collection called Old Monogram, I gave Stampendous chunky white on the edge.

I love to invite you to join on MDUC this week, please popping there and you will found so gorgeous inspiration from my sweet team mates :)

Thank you for stopping on my blog and my pleasure to have you here ..
Love and smile,

I would love to join some challenge :
Stamp and Create with Magnolia - Christmas in July
Midweek Magnolias - Button and bow (a bow on Tilda's present)
Totally Tilda - Tilda with red shine hair


Barbara GR said...

WOW WOW WOW.... Amazing!!! I love it! I love your stunning coloured Tilda!!!
Barbara GR

Anonymous said...

Just beautiful, I love the red layer, the perfect touch
Hugs Julie P

Christina C. said...

Magnificent creation, Yulis! Superb coloring of Tilda....also love the stunning backdrop for Tilda!

Ustvarjalni utrinki Tamara P. said...

This card is so beautiful,
love how you coloured this image
love it
hugs Tamara

Anonymous said...

simply gorgeous...lizzi

Anne said...

Gorgeous! Loove the fabric and the sentiments stamped on the sides. The sewing and textures on the backgroung and the lace and doily and all, its so beautiful! Amaaazing coloring!

Hugs, Anne.

Anne said...

Oh this is something else! I just adore those colours and Tilda is so adorable! Thank you for sharing your gorgeous creation with us at Midweek Magnolias :o) x

Teresa said...

Stunning card Yulis, thanks for playing along at Midweek Magnolias.
Hugs Teresa xx