Sunday, May 23, 2010

Kitchen Tilda with Yummy Recipe

Needed to make a recipe card and used the darling Kitchen Tilda.  I took a couple of pictures so you can see the whole recipe.  This is some very Yummy pudding!!!
Colored Tilda with Distress Inks:  Vintage Photo for the hair and shoes, Pumice Stone for the socks, Walnut Staine for the spoon, Barn Door for the ribbon, Tattered Rose for the skin, used a combination for the Apron of Scattered Straw, Mustard Seed and Antique Linen, combined Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint and Crushed Olive for the skirt and scarf. 

Not my usual colors, but used some leftover DP's and made a pocket to slide the recipe into.  It was fun to go out of my "box" to try something different with different colors.  #386 Kitchen Tilda can be found here at Magnolia-licious store.
Went to  Magnolia Measuring Cup for inspiration and fabulous ideas.  Check out the info on the blog to see how you can join in on the swaps too!

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Thanks for stopping by!  Enjoy the day!!!


Rosa-kreattiva said...

adoro questa scheda per la cucina... semplicemente fantastica saluti dall'italia

Only By His Grace said...

Hi Patti Jo!
Great recipe card. You make me want to try some of these. Tasty recipe too. I love how you colored Tilda. super match with the design papers. I like how the recipe sheet tucks in behind the circle flower and how you have a tag on the recipe card to pull it out.
Hugs Marion

Anonymous said...

So darling!!! Yes, that recipe is delicious, I've had some, and it is the best banana pudding ever!!!

Lori said...

Yay for you, Patti Jo! Way to go going out of the 'box.' This is a wonderful recipe card. I'll see if I can zoom in to see the ingredients :) I love your title!

Love and hugs ~

Maureen said...

Aw how great! Your use of the distress inks is fab... love the look. The whole thing is so lovely!

Anonymous said...

This is so cute. I love your distress ink coloring. Now I want some nanner pudding, excuse my Southern roots. I love how you made your own color for her apron!

Jennibee's Cardspot said...

Great idea...for the girl who has everthing, a card and gift combined, love it

Gloria J. Dawson said...

Love your recipe card! Your papers and coloring are beautiful Patti Jo!


Barb Hardeman said...

This is so adorable PattiJo and the recipe sounds delish! Love how you colored Tilda and popped her on top. Fabulous work...

Mutzy Mia said...

Darling recipe holder. I love the DP and the colors you've used on Tilda. I, too, love Kitchen Tilda.

Stampin Mindy said...

Very sweet! I love the colors and the pocket. Hugs!

Baukje said...

I love your colouring Patti Jo, and that recipe sounds so yummy.


Diana Crick said...

Fabulous recipe card, beautifully coloured. I love the DP you chose. As I read through the recipe I thought I could eat all this myself and then I came to the last line. Yes I guess I will share with you but only you!!!
hugs, Diana

Monique said...

It's beautifull Patti Jo. I love the colours you used !

Hugs Monique

debbies said...

Oh my!!! I just saw this on SCS and so happy I followed up with your blog! Fantastic creations!


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