Sunday, 28 February 2016

You're so Sweet


I have created this card following the sketch over at 

Thought I would make something nice, bright and cheery and this is what I came up with.
I used the Honeycomb Happiness stamp set from the sale-a-brations catalogue, stamped the chicken in black ink onto Daffodil Delight card and then fussy cut out, i used a blender to colour the beak and legs in Tangelo Twist ink.  I matted some DSP onto a base of Tangelo Twist cardstock, added a snippet of tangelo twist card stock, a strip of very vanilla and then some thick twine, I mounted this panel onto the base with some dimensionals.  The little chick was adhered using some glue dots.
I added the sentiment from the same set and stamped in Tangelo Twist ink.

I am also entering this card into Pixie's crafty snippets challenge as i have used snippets of card and twine on my card.


  1. Your card is so pretty. I love the dear little chick. Barbxx

  2. This is so cute! Love this bright yellow chicken and the way she looks like she's perched on the string. Thanks for playing along with us at Create with Connie and Mary!

  3. This is adorable, Gail! Love this sweet chick!

  4. Bright, cheery and so sweet! Love your mix of horizontal elements and choice of paper! Thank you for joining us at Create with Connie and Mary!

  5. So fun and cute and sweet! Love the patterned background behind the little chick! Thanks for playing along with the sketch challenge this time on Create with Connie and Mary!

  6. Oh that little chick is just so cute! I love how you used the main panel for your greeting and the changed up the other two smaller layers! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

  7. This is so cute Gail! Love the chick with the Sweet L'il Things background paper - he totally looks like he's perched on a wire with the twine beneath his feet. Thanks for joining us over at Create With Connie and Mary this week!


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Gail xx