SU Best Birds with Birds and Blooms Thinlits

August 22, 2016

Happy Monday, everyone! I wanted to get in on the fun at Pals Paper Arts #314 this round.

Here is the sketch that inspired my card:

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SU Best Birds Gold Foil

Those birds are so sweet, aren’t they? Did you notice the tiny little hearts in the upper right corner? They came from the birdie’s tail:)

SU Best Birds Gold Foil Close up

So, I stamped the sentiment crooked on the pretty paper from the AWESOME Serene Scenery Designer Series Paper Stack. Boy, was I bummed since the gold embossing turned out great:(

To fix my mistake, I just punched the sentiment out using my retired oval and scallop oval punches. I  then mounted it and liked it better after my mistake (frown turned upside down:)

SU Best Birds sentiment cut out

SU Best Birds sentiment with dimesionals

Can you believe I did not even notice until this weekend that the Birds and Blooms framelit/thinlits not only framed the stamped images in the Best Birds stamp set but also had three birds that are just cut out! Yea! Take a look…and they come in a bundle with 10% off both of them!

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Thanks for buzzing by…cindy-bee-only.jpg

 

Product List

Large Oval Punch

Large Oval Punch
[119855]
Scallop Oval Punch

Scallop Oval Punch
[119856]

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4 comments

  1. A beautiful card, Cindy! The gold foil birds are stunning. I LOVE the quick fix for a crooked sentiment. Thanks for playing with the Sketch Team at Pals Paper Arts!

  2. Beautiful card! The bird in gold are spectacular. Thanks for the tips on how you stamped the sentiment, the lift is the perfect touch!Fun card, thanks for playing this week with the challenge!

  3. Sometimes there are hidden treasures in those framelit packages, I’m glad you found one because this card is gorgeous! I love the green and gold combination. I love your interpretation of the sketch with thin and thick lines instead of having them even, I LOVE that you shared the technique of popping out a piece of the designer series paper for the sentiment; brilliant tip! Thanks for sharing this!

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