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Meljens Bird Hugs Your Way

Hello! Sorry I don't have a lot of chit-chat today. I still wanted to share this card I made with

Tweet Heart Birds from Meljen's Designs. I loved these little birds as soon as I saw them.








The sentiment comes from Raindrop Echo Designs and was printed small enough to make a ticket. Both the sentiment and the Tweet Heart Birds are available on Whimsy Stamps.



Don't forget the Meljen's Designs challenge this week. We are challenging you to make a round or square shaped card.



Thank you for stopping by!





Supplies:
  • Stamps: Tweet Heart Birds by Meljen's Designs and Miss You Sentiments by Raindrop Echo Designs (Both available at Whimsy Stamps)
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey kraft CS, Close To My Heart Top Stitch DP pack, Georgia Pacific CS
  • Inks: Close To My Heart Blush
  • Tools: Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, PaperTrey ticket die, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: Sugar 'N Cream twists yarn in rose twists, Sakura stardust gelly roll pen, Zig chocolate marker, misc. button & ribbon.

Challenges:

Comments

Dorcas said…
Cheryl, this is super adorable!!!!
Karin said…
I love that you made them into blue birds, so cute!
Joanne Gilch said…
So sweet....and I love that ticket!!!
Milliesmarvels said…
Fab card! Thanks for joining us for the CES Challenge!
Jane
x
Once again, your use of patterned papers amaze me!!! I hope to get better at this as I craft along!

This is an adorable image!!! You're on a birdie roll!!

TGIF!
Maria
Anne Marie said…
Too cute, Cheryl! I had to look twice, because your shading made those littel birds almost 3-d. Great color combo, too and I just love the sentiment on the little ticket! :)
Becky said…
This is so cute Cheryl.. Thank you for joining us at Stampin Sisters in Christ.
Such a sweet card! Love those little birdies reminding of spring coming. The DP matches everything so perfectly. Your cards are always so beautiful and perfect. Have a great weekend.
Leanne said…
Beautiful card!

Thank you for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday!  Hope to see you again next week!

Hugs
Leanne xx
Marlene said…
This is SO adorable, Cheryl!
Julie said…
How fabbie!! Your image is perfectly framed by all your gorgeous embellies!! Thanks for joining us this week at CES challenges! Juliexx
Heike said…
Wow, your card is wonderful. Thank you for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday!

Hugs
Heike
Karen B. said…
your birdies are too cute, and another great color combo
Miesje said…
Those little birds are so adorable! Thanks for joining us this week at Stampin Sisters in Christ.
Anita said…
I love this card. The image is so adorable and your papers and layout are fantastic.
Jen Leeflang said…
Thanks for joining us on the Digistamps4Joy "Button Up" challenge. Your card is so cute, and I love the way you have coloured your image!
JenLee
DS4J DT
KelsMakes!!! said…
This is gorgeous, I love it. Thank you for playing along at digisatmps4joy this time!
Stempeltiger said…
Such an AMAZING card Cheryl!
The little birds are awesome.
Wishing you a great day.
Hugs from Germany
Swantje
Karyn said…
Awwww those birds are so adorable! Love the colours you've used as well! Gorgeous card! Thanks for playing along with us at Craft Your Passion this week. x x
*Vicki* said…
Cheryl, this is really sweet hun!! I love your design and coloring!!HUGS
Lauretta See said…
such a gorgeous card my dear friend :) i love it.. Thank you for joining us this week on the craft your passion challenge.. best of luck!
Shelly Schmidt said…
That is a sweet image- love your layout and DSP you put together.
Shelly said…
Gorgeous card! Love the pretty papers! Thanks for playing at The Creative Cottage! Shelly x
Scrappy Scatty said…
Lovely card and lovely button!
Thanks for joining us over at Digistamps4joy hope to see you again soon
Love Jan xx

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