Crazy Bird



Hello peeps....

How adorable is that Crazy Bird?!?

Playing along today in a couple of challenges using my favorite Lime and Navy color combo.


Bird was stamped and colored, then a tiny bit of Stickles added to his feathers.
Stamped paint splotches on card front then placed speech bubbles over them for a little added interest.

Challenges Entered:
Simon Says Stamp Monday  -  Furry Friends
Virginia's View  -  Stamp Everything
Marker Pop  -  Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Flickr  -  Die Cutting

 
SSS Flickr


Let's go Shopping:
Stampers Anonymous:  Crazy Bird
Lil Inkers:  Speech Bubbles Two, Just Sayin' Stamps
W Plus 9:  Ink Splats stamp
Simon Says Stamp:  Stitched Hills & Slopes die, Jellybean, Coral Reef inks
Imagine Crafts featuring Tsukineko:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Danube Blue inks
Copic Markers: YG01, YG06, YR02, B02, BG05, B06, B28

Thanks so much for stamping by.....


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9 comments

Larisa said...

Woh! Cool! It is really gorgeous. I love the bright colors.

Ruth said...

I just love that crazy bird! Super card!

Mary M. said...

LOVE your card and those crazy birds!

Sharbogast said...

This card is stunning. Love the colors, so bright and happy. Thank you for sharing.

Tenia Nelson said...

LOVE!!!

judkajudi said...

Love your lime and navy combo's ... and these crazy birds!

jenn shurkus said...

really fun card! love those crazy birds :) thank you for playing along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

OMGosh I LOVE the bling and the fun colors.

Over Embellishing said...

This is awesome! Totally caught my attention while going through the submissions on the Simon blog challenge! The colors look great and I especially like the way it looks like splattered paint on the project! Great work!)

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