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Sentimental Sundays Challenge #37- Anything With Wings

The new Sentimental Sunday's challenge is "Anything with Wings". We want to see your creations with anything with wings: butterflies, fairies, air plane, birds, or anything else with wings. Don't forget to include a sentiment!

I used "Miss You Birdie", a freebie, from Meljen's Designs. It is going into my stack of cards for OWH. I kept it pretty flat so that it will be easy to mail and used faux stitching to jazz it up a bit.

I hope you will join us in the "Anything with Wings" challenge at the Sentimental Sundays challenge blog. Be sure to download your free sentiments from Ann of Raindrop Echo Designs.
Enjoy the rest of your week end! Thank you for stopping by!
  • Stamps: Miss You Birdie (freebie) from Meljen's Designs (this image comes in the package of 23 free digi stamps. The download link is in the side bar.)
  • Papers & CS: Georgia Pacific CS, DCWV Songbird paper pack
  • Inks: None
  • Tools: Prismacolor Markers, paper piercing tool, Stampin' Up edge punch
  • Embellishments: Stampin' Up close to cocoa marker
  • Techniques: Faux stitching



Annika said…
This card truly translates missing someone into visual...the poor bird looks so lonely on the white expanse of background!! Just beautiful!!!
Sorry I've been out of loop for so long, it's been more a hospital than a house here for almost a month!
Karen B. said…
This is a great! Love your stitching!
Tracey said…
This is soo cute Cheryl & I love the stitching :-)

Have a great week!
Terrific!! What a great image. The poor birdie! I feel bad for him!

I guess this challenge came a week too late! I had 12 birdie cards to enter!! lol

Have a great Sunday :)
xiumaiyuki said…
awwwww....this card breaks my heart yet makes me smile at the same time! It's sooooooo sweet and adorable. And the look on that bird's face is just too stinkin' cute!!!!
Crafting Joanne said…
Awwww the poor birdie you can just feel his sadness, but still a wonderful card.

Thank you for joining us over at CYDA for our 'Anything Goes' challenge.


Joanne x
Sammibug said…
Adorable Tweet card! Thanks so much for joining us at Craft Your passion, in our "anything Goes" challenge, and Good Luck!
Such a cute little bird. A sweet card.
Joanne Gilch said…
'Sew' sweet and simple yet it surely gets the message across!!!
MiamiKel said…
Sooooooo cute!! Love the layout!
Kirsty Vittetoe said…
This is so cute, love those stitching too!
Great card, just love the image & sentiment!!

Thank you for sharing with us at CES Challenge & Craft Your Passion this week, good luck!
Hugs Shell xx
Karin said…
Darling little birdie and it fits so well with the sentiment :)
Rainmac said…
Hi Cheryl, this is beautiful, I love the lonely lil bird and the gorgeous papers you've used. Thank you for joining us at Craft Your Days Away for our first challenge of 2011, good luck x
Nancy said…
What an adorable card! I love it!
Emma H said…
Very sweet, thanks for playing along with Fab N Funky!
Pinkllilac said…
Beautiful card Cheryl I so love this image and your colours are gorgeous.
Hugs Linda
nicoleqmullen said…
Adorable card and the image is so sweet!!
Tameko said…
Cute card. Love the sticthing. I need to pull out my sew mini, and use it!
Liz said…
Wonderful Project
thanks for playing with Anything goes at CYDA

Liz x
Emma said…
An adorable card.
Thank you for joining us at CES Challenges.
Hugs Emma x
Minxy said…
How darn cute is this card, love it, Thanks for playing along with the ASCT Challenge :D

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