Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Birdie Love Valentine Card

Hello and thanks for stopping in!  Today, I used a sketch to make a Valentine from everyday stamps.

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I colored my bird with alcohol markers and then covered him in a thick coat of glossy accents.  When it was dry, I trimmed him out.


I used a Valentine paper pad and some hot pink cardstock to make the card look the part!  The little hearts were confetti from a party that I saved.


Supplies:  Just for Fun Rubber Stamps Fashion Warbler, small, Unmounted Sentiment Sheet 3, Memento Jet Black, Spectrum Noir alcohol markers, Ranger Glossy Accents, Gina K Passionate Pink cardstock, Pebbles Yours Truly 6x6 paper pad, Spellbinders circle dies, Avery Elle Wonky Rectangles die.

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8 comments:

  1. WOW! That bird looks quite amazing with the glossy covering! Love the addition of the hearts! Such a stunning card design too! :) HUGS

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  2. Oh, Heidi, what a darling card! What a sweet bird and a great sketch take! Beautifully done! And I really love the glossy accents. Hugs, sweet friend!

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  3. What a cute little birdie. I love the bright pink c/s and the die you used on it. The gold glittery stars were definitely the perfect finishing touch for your card.

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  4. This is so sweet and I love the layout! great job!

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  5. Fabulous card, Heidi. I was just on their website looking at this bird. I love all their zentangle stamps. The way you coloured and added glossy accents is beautiful.

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  6. very cool, I love the glossy accents on the bird!!

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  7. What a wonderful valentine with that special blue bird! I love the text and glossy accents combo that really makes this a stand-out card! It looks great with the hot pink and wonky-stitched panel too!

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  8. I love how you used the text paper to paper-piece the bird! Super sweet take on the sketch!

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