It’s a Chick thing!

Have you noticed I’ve been a bit ‘Krafty’ lately?  I can’t help myself, I’m addicted…   again!  As you can probably tell I finally have some more Lawn Fawn stamps (I’ll back off the baby cards for the moment).  This is such a fun set that I couldn’t wait to ink it up.  I decided to combine two challenges, obviously it is Lawnscaping’s Scene Challenge, but I used the sketch from Lucy’s Lovely Lines at Lily Pad Cards.

the World to me - Detail
the World to me

Supplies;  Paper:  A4 White Hopsack Cardstock, Bazzill Cardstock – Kraft, Xpress It Blending Cardstock.  Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Distress Ink – Tumbled Glass, Shabby Shutters, Frayed Burlap.  Stamps:  Lawn Fawn – Critters on the Farm, Hero Arts – Live & Laugh.  Copics:  Y11,13,35,38. E31,51. YG03,17. R05. T0.   Accessories: Fiskars Stamp Press, Ink Blending Tool, Copic Multiliner 0.3, Red Gingham Ribbon, WRMK – Corner Chomper, DST, Foam Dimensionals, Glossy Accents.

18 thoughts on “It’s a Chick thing!

  1. OMG, Therese, this card is just too cute! Your coloring and blending is unbelievable….wow! I like how you balanced it with so much white–great look. LOVE IT!

  2. This made me smile Therese! Another great card! You are rockin’ out the cards lately! I’m jealous! I wish I had more time!! Nice card today!

  3. Oh this is too cute for words, love the implied movement of the egg and the concerned little chick. You pay so much attention to the detail and that’s what makes the difference 🙂
    Jenny x

  4. Such a fun card Therese, your layout hit the nail on the head! you have coloured this beautifully, I realllllllllllllly love the shadows you have created!!

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