Monday, January 26, 2009

How Tweet!

Well, not necessarily my CARD but the person receiving this definitely is! LOL! I made this for a challenge in the Gina K forum at SCS. The challenge was issued by Theresa and it was to make a card with the theme 'sweet'. So this is what I came up with. It does say sweet, or tweet, lol.



I had to stick the sentiment there because as I was attaching everything, I dropped the bird and oval onto an ink pad...you would think I'd know better than to not put the lid back on IMMMEDiately! LOL! It got a spot of black ink on it so had to cover it up! I kinda invented my own breed of birds here too, lol! Isnt that one fun thing about stamping animals? You can make them any color you want! I was just pulling colors out that matched the dp I wanted to use and ended up with this little orange birdie, lol.

Ok that's it for today! Hope you have a wonderfully creative week!
--CAT
Card Details:
Stamps: Home Tweet Home from Gina K Designs
Paper: Basic grey cupcake dp, SU! carstock
Ink: memento tuxedo black
Accessories: basic grey cupcake brads and buttons, (which I got from someone that just made my day!) scallop corner punch, circle, oval and rectangle nesties, swirl clip, ribbon, scallp edge punch, copic markers and prisma pencils with OMS.

9 comments:

Tracey said...

Adorable card! Great colour scheme!

Theresa said...

If I had a stamp for every time I dropped an image on my ink pad... LOL, Cat, I never learn my lesson on that one either.

Your card is absolutely gorgeous! I love it and it is most definitely "tweet!"

Laurie in MN said...

I like the birds color and the card.

Patti J said...

Beautiful card - I love your color scheme!

Shirley said...

How cute and perfectly lovely too!

shirley henry said...

Very sweet card! The sentiment looks like it was meant to be there.

Jessica said...

Cat!! I LOVE your card!!!! Great job!

Jennie said...

Love the scallops...this card is quite a feast for the eyes! Beautiful coloring of the bird.

Jennie said...

Love the scallops...this card is quite a feast for the eyes! Beautiful coloring of the bird.

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