Colour Create there is the option to "use a charm" and a delightful "photo inspiration"; a home decor of soft lemon, green and white. Whereas I don't make a lot of lemon cards, I do love the colour and I'm very pleased with my finished product which I am also entering in to Paperplay who have a "stamp it out" challenge and Sweet Stampin where the challenge is for "Spring flowers". I'm not convinced that my flowers are specific to spring (that green one with the polka dots is clearly a winter flower!!!) but the lemon and green colour scheme shouts Springtime to me and Tilda does have some spring roses on her hat.
Tilda is coloured with Copics and Promarkers and was stamped courtesy of Julie. She always brings her toys when she comes to play and I always spend some time stampin them off! I'm not sure from where the lemon checked DP originated - it looks more lime in the photo than IRL. I found it in my scrap draw but it went so well with the floral paper which is Prima Annalee that I just had to use it.
There are two tiny satin umbrella's (cut from a larger ribbon) amongst the flowers. The crocheted flower and stamen are new. The green flower is Prima "Got Flowers" and I think the other one was an e-bay purchase shared from my niece. The leaves are cut using a punch by L-Em.com and the ribbon is from my stash. The sentiment originally had the "happy" and the "birthday" next to eachother so I cut it up in order to use one word over the other and mounted it on an SU leafy stamp just kissed to the paper and an SU scalloped square.