This is a smaller than usual card as I had printed up the image smaller than I expected to. This is one I was given ohhh so long a go I cant remember who was giving it away as a free download at the time (my apologies). Of course you can play around with these images and resize but at the time I was just adding a pile to a piece of copic friendly paper so didnt really note the size. Anyhoo I have coloured in with Copics.
Very simple and of course you blow up the image and suddenly outside the lines is visible. Ahh well it looked neat and tidy to me, I'll just hold the card at a distance. Nice easy two or three colour blending here and a bit of grey inside the birds home for depth. Of course I couldn't resist drawing in some years on the birds in gold glitter pen to show how sad they were.
Finished it off by die cutting a stitched rectangle die, a small one to give a window for the image to sit behind. Then attached to the white card base and used the Misti to stamp the sentiment 'miss you' as the cardstock is a weave one and I knew the sentiment would not stamp cleanly once - on third go it was perfect.
This was a very easy image to colour in and the card came together very quickly.
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Thanks and sorry for the double post. I will catch up soon :) Hope you come again soon.
Adorable!!!! I often have a had time placing critters in a card, with a good layout - but I see you get it every time! Wonderful!
So darn cute, love your bright and cheery colour combo!
This really is stinking cute, lovely colouring.
Have a great day xxx
Hi Aileen this is a gorgeous, colourful CAS style card that is one cutie image I love it
Lovely. Great bright colours.
Lovely CAS card. Great design and colours. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Craft Your Passion. Hope to see you again. Good luck.
Lynn, CYP DT
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!! Simply adorable, beautiful colors Aileen and that stitched frame is beautiful.
Too too cute! Love the simplicity of the card. Thank you for joining us at TTPH challenge.
Lisa (DT )
Lovely card. Thanks for sharing it with us at Craft Your Passion.
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