Smooshing Crazy Birds!

A quick share as it’s Summer here this Spring and I’ve just home from work and then the beach and have so much ‘crafty’ homework this month that I can’t wait to share with you…  won’t be long, promise!   And obviously as you can see I had heaps of fun playing with these Crazy Birds and was so happy to have them published with the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine.  Beware… photo heavy post.

friends - Detail
friends – Detail
happy birthday - Detail
happy birthday – Detail
happy birthday
happy birthday
hello - Detail
hello – Detail
Thank You - Detail
Thank You – Detail
Thank You
Thank You

I’m back in a couple of days with a video share, I look forward to seeing you then!


Other Supplies:  I can’t believe I actually wrote all these down……………..

happy birthday – Other Supplies:  Inktense Pencils – White, Neutral Grey, Mauve, Dark Purple, Fuchsia, Field Green, Teal Green.  Prismacolor Pencils – Light Aqua, Parrot Green, Grass Green, Dark Purple, Lilac, Imperial Violet, Process Red, Warm Grey 20%, White, Black.  Distress Inks – Peacock Blue.

friends – Other Supplies – Inktense Pencils – Mauve, Thistle, White, Sicilian Yellow, Sun Yellow, Field Green, Sienna Gold, Neutral Grey, Apple Green, Iris Blue.  Prismacolor Pencils – Warm Grey 20,70%, Cool Grey 70%, Sky BLue Light, True Blue, Copenhagen Blue, Chartreuse, Apple Green, Pink, Light Aqua, Process Red, Dark Purple, Lemon Yellow, Spanish Orange, Golden Rod.  Distress Inks – Peacock Blue.

h.e.l.l.o. – Other Supplies – Prismacolor Pencils – Spanish Orange, Chartreuse, Spring Green, True Blue, Copenhagen Blue.  Inktense Pencils – Burnt Orange, Golden Yellow, Iris Blue, Deep Blue, Apple Green.  Distress Inks – Picked Raspberry, Cracked Pistachio, Peacock Feathers

Thank You – Other Supplies:   Inktense Pencils – Sherbet Lemon, Cadmium Orange, Teal Green, Mauve.  Prismacolor Pencils – Lemon Yellow, Black, Lilac, Mulberrry, Sky Blue Light, Spanish Orange.  Distress Inks – Peacock Feathers, Cracked Pistachio, Dusty Concord.

23 thoughts on “Smooshing Crazy Birds!

  1. These little guys crack me up and you have done an amazing job with them. Love your smooshing. Can’t wait to see all your crafty homework. Keep cool my dear. xx

  2. Stunning cards, each and every one. I wish you would stop buying the same stamps as me. I have mine ready to go for Kathy’s 30 day colouring challenge. But not the die cuts, did you get the die cuts. Super love your backgrounds, they work so well with the birds. Cant wait to see the video.

  3. Oh, thank you for doing this project! I have been wanting to use the ink smooshing technique with these stamps, but just haven’t gotten around to it. I look forward to your video.

  4. So great to have these birds in my inbox this morning, Therese … just fantastic coloring, and design – LOve the one whose tail extends off the card!

  5. Glad you had fun with those funny little birds. I just looked at my cards and thought that I’m getting more and more simple in my style every day.. (loving it by the way). I’m so glad that we are partner’s in that crime together.. The first one is my favourite (of course), although all of them would be fun to receive! 🙂

  6. Firstly, CONGRATS on another publication, Therese! Well deserved, too! I really love how you colored your Crazy Birds, and your backgrounds are the perfect way to showcase them! I think I’ve put off buying this set long enough…they’re just so fun 🙂
    By the way…you can share a photo heavy post anytime, for me…I love every, single thing you create!!! Enjoy your warm weather!

  7. Ha – these are extraordinary done – LOVE them all. Hope you do a video of how to achieve the lovely backgrounds. Congratulations on ANOTHER publication Therese – you are amazing 🙂

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