Thursday, 3 November 2016

Birthday Birdies for Uncle Alwin

Not much time for stamping tonight, so here's a quickie for my Uncle's birthday!  When I found this lovely seagull DP in my stash, I figured this oldie stamp from Whipper Snapper was the one to use!  I watercoloured their wings and added some sparkle with my glitter pen, and clear gloss to their beaks.  I chalked in my sky, and used my DieNamics stitched rectangle die.


11 comments:

  1. Love the card - what a super stamp & matching DSP.

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  2. Fun! I love all of those cute birds lined up, Lynne. Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards.

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  3. That's a fun seagull image and really goes well with your DP. Bet your uncle loves it!

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  4. I knew this was your card without even reading your name! One of my favourite stamps of all time. I nearly used it myself for the challenge but went in another direction. Thanks for playing along at Creative with Stamps, Jo x

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  5. Brilliantly matched stamp and papers, bet he loves it!! xx

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  6. Great card and love the bird and the bird paper. So glad you joined us at Creative with stamps.. (I don't see our challenge banner on your blog??) Billie A
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  7. What a great birthday card. I love the puffy clouds in the sky! Thanks for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

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  8. Those birds are hilarious - love the look on their little faces!! Thanks so much for sharing at AAA Cards. Jenny x

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  9. toooo cuuutee
    love your bird stamp and the paper is perfect choice
    sweet card ever I have seen today
    Many thanks joining with us at Creative With Stamps this month.
    Big hugs
    Monika

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  10. So cute! Love the seagulls and the sky! I bet your uncle loved it!
    Thank you for joining us at Creative With Stamps!
    Lilian
    The Leaf Studio

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