Sunday, January 17, 2010

Hope is the thing with Feathers

     Here's my little bird again! This time he/she was stamped on a transparency, colored on the opposite side with gel pens and mounted on vellum then on creme card stock.  I entered her in two challenges at SCS, IC215 and CAS49.
     The branch on the stamp was modified by adding the leaves and another piece of branch. The only reason I did this was because of the Inspiration piece I chose for challenge IC215. Here is the inspiration piece. I figured adding the leaves made sense.
     This is from the stamp set "A Little Bird Told Me" from Firecracker Designs by Pamela.  
      Hope you like the way this one turned out!
Here's the particulars:
   stamp-FCD by Pamela
   ink-versamark black
   various colors of gel pens
   Club Scrap paper
   ribbon from Walmart
   Martha Stewart punch
   transparency from Staples

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Tammy said...

Love it!

Joanne Gilch said...

Gorgeous card. never get tired of looking at your birds. Keep the juices flowing, all your art is awesome.
joanne sbs29

Shirley said...

This is absolutely beautiful!

Rhonda said...

What a stunning card! I soooooo love birds and the quote you used is one of my very favorites. Great job!

Shelly Schmidt said...

I have never colored on the back of acetate before- it has a very pretty look to it! Love the pretty layout too!

Lorraine said...

What a gorgeous card Donna. I love all my nature stamps - birds, tress, flowers etc. I think they are the most versatile. The design is great - love the edging on the right.

ArchivingAngel said...

What an absolutely beautiful blog!
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Love the music, the creations...everything...God Bless You!

Paper Addict said...

beautiful card....SBS29 Hugs, Ronnie

Kathy said...

So lovely. Cool technique coloring from the back with gel pens, great effect.