Monday, February 26, 2018

Hello, Birdie

After making yesterday's card with a colored card base (which was awesome), I wanted to make something more LateBlossom-y.

Score!



The Hero Arts Color Layering Birds and Blossoms set is so pretty and so fun to play with right now, especially as we are completely in the throes of Ohio winter, which cannot make up its mind whether it wants to be 76 degrees and sunny; or 23 degrees and gray and windy; or 40 and thunderstorm-y.




The raised sentiment covers a boo-boo. The original hello was askew. There are no mistakes, only opportunities for embellishment.

Isn't askew a swell word? Askew. Say it out loud. Askew. Word nerd strikes again!

Mercy, grace, peace, and love,
Susan

Supplies
stamps: Hero Arts Color Layering Birds and Blossoms
ink: Hero Arts robin's egg, wet cement, sand; Memories aqua; Archival coffee
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: rhinestones, coordinating dies, dimensionals


9 comments:

  1. I love everything about this card! Beautiful colors and layout.

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  2. I'm wishing for Spring. Your card makes me happy.

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  3. Askew is a fabulous word. Love this springy card. It puts a spring in my step. Or it would if I wasn't sitting on my hiney surfing the web.

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    1. I'll take metaphorical springy steps! Thank you!

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  4. Love your blog! Type ASKEW into google :)

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  5. Ahh, I like this design so much! The layout is perfect, and the organic flow of the branches, and the color, and the way the eye moves through the design... It pleases me.

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