Sunday, April 7, 2013

One cool chick!

I'm back with a very quick post.  No challenges for this card.  If you saw my posts last weekend, you saw THIS post of the window card I made.  Well.  I'm kinda hooked on making window cards now.  I had so much fun with that first one, that I had to make another one!  This one is going to a friend who has a birthday in about a week.  She has a great sense on humor, so I know she'll like this card.

I had a lot of fun creating this scene.  You have no idea.  Serious. Fun.
I did some sponging to create the sky.  The grass (left over from last week's card) and the fence were die cut.  I stamped the bird onto 2 patterned papers, then fussy cut and combined them.  This cool chick has a tiny rhinestone eye and a dab of glossy accents on her beak. The grass and the window panel are popped up with foam tape.  I think that covers it all.  Thanks for visiting!

My recipe:
Card stock: whisper white, early espresso (SU), white (PTI)
Patterned papers: this & that pad (Echo Park), sunshine pad (MME)
Ink: baja breeze, basic black (SU), onyx black (Versafine)
Stamps: my peeps (Paper Smooches)
Other: picket fence die, woodgrain impression plate (PTI)


  1. Very very CUTE summery scene with the little bird! Love how you framed it...great it!

  2. Oh, adorable!!! Love your sky, too...perfect!! I'm sure your friend will love it!! (I do!!)

  3. Loving your window cards, such a cute scene :0)
    Jenny x

  4. I'm a big fan of scenes and this one really is too cute Susie. Love how you have pp that sweet little bird!


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