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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

SDC59: Birds & Buttons

It's our 59th challenge over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge and this week our hostess, Kaz Boughton has given us a fun theme to work with and I think you'll love to see how the design team used their stamps.

Kaz says:
'I know that birds are a frequent theme on many crafty projects, but I still love them. I'd like you to use buttons with your birds for this next challenge.'

I pulled out some really new papers I got from Authentique (Fresh collection) along with a great sketch from Deconstructed Sketch #61.  I watercolored my little chicks with some aquapainters and ink and added some stickles to their wings.

Hope you will join us over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge using your Stampotique stamps with birds and buttons!
Card details:
Cardstock: Going Gray, Gina K. Luxury White, Authentique Fresh, Cherry Cobbler
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
Embellishments: Designer Mix, twine (separated from color), Janome sewing machine, paper piercer, Crystal Ice Stickles


Maria Sabina R. said...

what a cute card Kim!!! the sentiment is the best!

Gez Butterworth said...

Fabulous card Kim. Lovely little birdies, love the sparkle on their wings! That sentiment always makes me smile :o))

Kaz said...

This is such a gorgeous card Kim x

Valerie H. Marshall said...

Too kewl! Love the stamp/sentiment combo - fun! Awesome new paper - the colors are delicious!
Val :)

Jen Shults said...

Those little birds are so so fun! Love it! Thanks for using this week's Deconstructed Sketch!

Emily Leiphart said...

I love this card, Kim! The colours are fantastic and those birds are so cute!

Willy said...

Wonderful card with great lay-out, Kim!

Marijke said...

this is só cute, love it

Karin said...

fabulous card, love the stamps you used!

G Peplow said...

Brilliant!! I am so tempted by these cute little bird stamps:0) I love how you used them and your sentiment fits beautifully, Gay xxx

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