Tilda trip - Round 3 (Time for giveaway)

Hi everyone!
I hope you're enjoying my blog post about Tilda trip so far, and having a good read when you stop on each post,
I apologize for my English if there is misspelled here and there, we speak Indonesian everyday so write in English on every blog post is such a challenge for me. But I want to learn more and hopefully I can improve my English.
I realized, there is no shame in being honest,  in being vulnerable. It is the beauty of being human (as I ever heard from one of my lecturer)

Oh yes, on this post I have a few things to update you including the information about the giveaway that I wanna sent to 3 of my dear readers.
So stay with me until the very end for all the news will you ? Because I would love to hear your thoughts.

so, here there are the last stop of Tilda trip, round number 3 :

Story 03 :

As it was known that Tilda and her friends had their trip during their school holidays, and when the holiday is coming to end they decided to return to the city. The rest of the last day they used to gather together in the city park, where they brought their  notebooks and complemented each other the missed stories they experienced while going together. In that park they also bought cotton candy and enjoyed it with laughing together ..
How happy the school period is especially when the holidays arrive. but after this they have to go back to school.
They must be serious and diligent in learning so that they will become successful people and make their parent proud!

The End

Tilda and friends see a roller coaster on the way home ... 
there might be another story about roller coaster :)
if we have another chance ....

This my note :)
I am using my Midori traveller's notebook from Travelers company to journal and write some ideas, I used regular size but for daily working I love to use a passport size which is more handy.
I love to write freely, because this is my journal I can do and write everything I want.
it is not easy at the beginning though, but nothing can change if I don't do something, I have to be brave,  have fun with all of the ideas and not be afraid of making any mistakes ..

I am featuring I am featuring an image from Magnolia Class Trip - Tilda with Cotton Candy
the gorgeous designed paper is from Magnolia.

Cotton Candy ..
 remind me about my childhood, the best and bright moments i wish could have lasted forever!

We all learn about life from childhood
and learning is always from the beginning
as well as my journey in painting, I learned from only use the basic colors ...
I hope I can share this gift and encourage you to keep creating!
so, these are the gifts I will sent to 3 of my dear readers,

all you have to do for the chance to get the gift is simply leave a comment on this post, and there will be more chance if you also willing to leave your love / word on the Round 01 and Round 02
I will pick the winner on September 16th at 07.00 p.m GMT+7
I cannot truly express my gratitude for you , and all your support for my work.
You are simply wonderful, Good Luck!


Pernilla Lindell said...

Thank you for a Lovely story and your Beautiful colouring 🌸🌿❤️😊

Christy Designs said...

Wahh.... Ceritanya berlanjut lagi gak setelah Tilda school holiday. Kutunggu cerita lainnya. Menaik utk dibaca. You're so talented!!
Coloring nya jg bagus seperti biasanya 😍😍

michelle d said...

Such a cute story. I love cotton candy too, although I don't remember having it much as a child. I hope one day I could color as beautiful as you do. ❤️

Maria Nunes said...

Omg Yulis, I just love your coloring. Your tutorials amazes me every time. I wish you a colorful day my dear friend. Hugs Irene

Tina Makuc said...

Oh my.. You are such an incredible source of inspiration my dear Yulis..
Every time I visit your blog my heart fills with joy and I feel the urge to sit down and create something..
You truly are an amazing artist and a wonderful person and I will never ever stop following you!
Thanks for sharing yet another amazing project and I would really like a chance at winning this giveaway..
Koi water colors are something I am not familiar with but I'd love to have one of these sets and try them out! I'm sure they are amazing..
Sending lots of love and hugs your way!
xoxo Tina

tartita framboesa said...

O meu carimbo preferido desta colecção e logo voce da esse ar maravilhoso com suas pinturas. Amo seus trabalhos.😍👍😉

paperpapier said...

Again, another set of stunning Tilda in beautiful shades of colour. I can't help but notice and admiring your writing, so neat, just like one of the computer font.

Christine Mosen said...

Thanks for making so much out of your blogging. You made my day brighter ♥️♥️♥️

Candy said...

Hi Yulis!
I love to read your stories :o) This was a very enjoyable 3 day trip. You always have such a positive attitude and it is a joy to come to your Blog to see your work and read what you have to say.
You are so inspiring :o) Thank you.
Big Hugs, Candy

Véro said...

Lovely story and lovely Tilda,so cute!Bravo!

Sol said...

What a Fantastic school trip! Love it!
Sending You love from Croatia! (We are on Holiday)!

Jean said...

What a wonderful story and it is so so true we do learn from our childhood ! I am so glad you reminded me of my childhood days with sand and cotton candy x hugs xx I look forward to more stories x

Cindy said...

I just discovered your blog today! It is amazing and a great inspiration! Love the way you write your post and I admire your coloring! I will visit your blog more often, I love it! Hugs, Cindy

Chris said...

To: Yulis the Storyteller

Once upon a time, there was an artist who made images come alive with beautiful scenic backgrounds. As she perfected her technique, she added storytelling to her talents. This storyteller, I'll call her Yulis, always gave others precious inspiration in design, coloration, and artistic enhancements. One day, Yulis decided to add storytelling to her paper treasures. Suddenly, the world became even better! There was more! There was a depth beyond her art. Girls wanted to see and read more. Yulis smiled. She loved to make others happy. She gave Tilda a story to share with her readers.

Thank you, Yulis! XO