Tuesday, May 4, 2010

What are you cooking?

Over at Magnolia Stamp Lovers the challenge this time is a recipe card.  Hmmm …. since I am not the cook in my house I found a Happy Home recipe.

Along with Magnolia Stamp Lovers my card fits into the following challenges:

So, here is Miss Blueberry Tilda. She normally would hold blueberries in her basket but these are heart shaped cupcakes!

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I found this cute little poem that is titled A Happy Home in the form of a recipe.

My image is masked using the Kitchen

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I colored her using the following Copics:

  • Skin – E13, E11, E00, E000, R20
  • Hair and shoes – E49, E39, E53, E50
  • Clothes – BG07, BG05, BG02, BG000, BG0000, G05, G02, G000, RV34, RV32
  • Kitchen – E42, E41, E40
  • Spica – clear and sand

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I added a bow

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And flowers and sprayed them with Smooch Spritz.

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And the recipe.

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Be sure to hop on over to Magnolia Stamp Lovers to see all the wonderful creations and create your own recipe for a chance to win a free Magnolia stamp from Stamping Scrapping.



Only By His Grace Papercrafting said...

Very cute Stephanie!
I love the recipe. Your layout is lovely and so is your colouring.
Hugs Marion

Terry Oulboub said...

I am such a Tilda fan! I love those flowers - they are so gorgeous. I love the recipe for A Happy Home, never saw it on a card - really clever! Thanks for playing along with us at Tellen's place! :)

jane said...

What a lovely card thanks for palying at Tellens Place
Luv Jane xxx

Peggie said...

Lovely. The colors are so pretty and so is Tilda. Love the recipe.

Kathy Billings said...

AWESOME!!!!!! Fantastic card Stephanie, will you send me some of your talent? :)

Cami said...

A very pretty card, Stephanie! Your coloring is beautiful and the layout is great! Love your recipe. Can I copy this? Hugs, Cami

Harma said...

WOW what a great card and I love your recipe, the coloring is nice to and so is Tilda
Hugs harma

Victoria said...

beautiful work!!

Candy said...

What a lovely recipe card. Love your layout,and decorations as well as the wonderful 'recipe'. Your colouring is awesome as always.
Hugs, Candy

Tam said...

Hi Stephanie,

Love your creation and love the poem.
Thank you for joining us at Incy Wincy Designs.
Good Luck.

Cissy said...

What a beautiful recipe card Stephanie! Very Nicely done!


sandy said...

Stephanie -- this card is delightful!Can't say enough good things about this creative card - so full of love - so full of joy!
Sandy D

cabio's craft corner said...

That's so creative Stephanie to have the diamond shape for your easel! So very cute & sweet :o)

Sheri said...

Stephanie!...for so many reasons this is BEYOND gorgeous! Love the recipe...love the card design...love the colors...love your coloring!

Saskia said...

Wow!!! This card is so sweet and beautiful!! Lovely to see your work at Rosie-D's Challenge!! Thanks for joining us!

Greetings, Saskia :)

Shelley said...

So sweet! Love the easel card style. Darling papers and great recipe every home shoudl try it. hugs Shelley


Lisette Morris said...

So cute! Love this recipe easel card! Your border punch is adorable too!

Dieke Polstra said...

This is so sweet!
And a lovely recipe, one could never ahve enough of these ingredients!
You can be very proud of your work!

love, Dieke.

Pam said...

Great card! Beautiful embellishing!
Hugs to you,

Lynda said...

Fabulous! Thanks for joining in with Daring Cardmakers.

Lynda xxx

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Oh my.....this is absolutely ADORABLE!!!! my GF that cooks would LOVE this! wonderful!! TFS!

Jackie said...

Absolutely gorgeous, thank you for sharing with us at Rosie-D's this week :)

Mervi said...

So beautiful easel card!
Thanks for sharing this with us
at Rosie D's Chaleenge, good luck;-))m

Cherie said...

Your card is absolutely fabulous! I adore it...........the colors are stunning! TFS!

Kathy said...

Lovely - I like the square placed on the diagonal - looks great

Tracy said...

Oh wow, I love this, Gorgeous creation, thanks for joining Rosie-D’s challenge, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Silvie Z said...

wow this is soooo cute, the coloring looks amazing!
Your layout is perfect and Tilda looks adorable! Yummy!
Silvie from France

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