hello chickadee! ****

This is a fun card that I was lucky enough to have accepted by the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine.  The focus was on sentiments, so I chose to use mine to make a scene.  I thought these cute little critters from Lawn Fawn were perfect!

Hope you are having a great week, I’ve just returned from the Sunshine Coast where we had a wonderful time with some friends…  but alas now I’m back to work….     better run!

hello chickadee – Detail
hello chickadee

Other Supplies:  Faber Castell Polychromos Pencils – Light Green, Earth Green Yellowish, Chrome Green Opaque.  Copics – R05. Y11,13,17. T0.   ColorBox Ink- Baby Blue.  Red Gingham Brad.

20 thoughts on “hello chickadee! ****

  1. Therese, your sweet little card made me cackle…er, chuckle! I so love the way the sentiment is flowing along the ground and that last chick just kicking up her “heels”!! What a cute, bright card! ;D

  2. I hope your vacation week was fabulous! Funny how all over the world the same names crop up – we have a Sunshine Coast as well (maybe more than one) in British Columbia 🙂
    So cute how you created this scene – clever idea to use the sentiment so!

  3. Oh my gosh this is just too cute, Therese! That little chick on the end is adorable and the gingham brad is the perfect embellishment to top off the card! Thanks for sharing and congrats on getting published!

  4. A great big SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! I loooooove this Therese. Oh so inspiring. PS I bought the smaller Fiskars stamp press and I am in love. So glad I saw you use it and got one.

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