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Birthdays are the BERRY Best!

Okay, these greens actually match perfect IRL... there's just something about the camera or the photo editing that makes her shirt look yellowy. Hmmm, LOL. I thought this sentiment would be so perfect with this Tilda with Strawberries stamp from the Lazy Days of Summer collection

Thanks for looking!  Hope you are inspired to go 'Ink Something'!


Candace said…
This card is so cute! Love it!
*Vicki* said…
Kristine, this is just the sweetest ever!!! I adore this image and your beautiful coloring!!HUGS
Danni said…
Aww, so very cute!! Wonderful card!
What an adorable card! and I love the colors!!
Debbie Pamment said…
You know I didn't even notice the colours weren't just right - you shouldn't have pointed it out - LOL. All I could see was one gorgeous creation!
peggysue said…
Oh my, you're a Tilda fan too! This is adorable! I'm going to have to check back posts in your blog to get some inspiration.
Sonia said…
I love your Tilda card.. look fabulous!
Your blog is beautiful and enjoy all your blog, so inspirational.

Puerto Rico
Kim Yu said…
You always make the sweetest Tilda cards, Kristine! Love it!
Lisa Hjulberg said…
Too sweet for words! When I think Magnolia, I think of you and Debbie. I love the strawberry and lace. Yummo!
Cami said…
Hi Kristine!!! How are you??? I LOVE this strawberry Tilda! You have colored her beautifully and don't you just love this Yummy for your Tummy collection? You have been very busy and I'll be backtracking your blog to see all your wonderful projects. Have a wonderful week, and keep crafting! Hugs, Cami
Kristen said…
This is SUPAH cute. Love all your detail.
Rose Ann said…
She is just adorable, Kristine!! Your coloring is wonderful, and I love the eyelet trim!!

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