Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Olive Birdie


Doing challenges takes a lot of the guess work out of what to make when making a card, especially on days like today. During the last two days, I've had less than five hours of sleep, so if this card doesn't look right, just blame it on that!



Starting with the sketch, it's from Mojo Monday (MOJO138).







 Color is from Color Throwdown (CTD92)



This week's Shabby Tea Room Challenge #9 is to use chipboard.  The bird, leaf and frame are made from thin chipboard. I pounced white pigment ink all over it and because it was wet for so long, I ended up dipping it into my container of glitter. It helped get the wetness out, but all that glitter made it hard for glue dots and dimensionals to stick on.





SUPPLIES
Paper: Kraft, Old Olive, So Saffron, Melissa Frances Patterned Paper
Ink: Old Olive, White Snow (PTI)
Acc: Sizziz Frame Die, Bird Punch (SU!), Green Ribbon (Flourishes), 1/4" So Saffron Ribbon (SU!), Half Pearl (Melissa Frances), Multi Color Twinkles (TE), White Liquid Pearls, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Sponge, Mini Glue Dots, Dimensionals


Thanks for stopping by!

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8 comments:

Debbie said...

So absolutely clever and pretty!! Thanks for sharing your design with us this week in the Tea Room and hope to see you again next Monday for the new challenge :)

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

Adela this is stunning!

We'd love to have you play with us in CowGirlUp's Sunday Stamp`en Challenges & Jazzy's Paper Designs.

C@ro said...

Lovely! as you are...

Hugs,
Caro

Nikki Schmaltz said...

This is so beautiful! Great job with all the challenges. It's perfect!

Heather Jensen said...

Oh how pretty! Love the bird with the branches hanging down. :)

Audrey Pettit said...

Great job with that sketch. love that Melissa Francis paper, too. Thanks for playing along with us at The Shabby Tea Room.

wendyp said...

Oh Adela, this is BEAUTIFUL!!! Love how you used the vines in place of the paper strips!

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