Hello and thanks for stopping by today! Today I am participating in the April Go For Greece Blog Hop which is a part of the Go For Greece demonstrator training group. A supportive and loving community has built up and is led by Kylie Bertucci. We have a brilliant blog hop to share with you that features new projects you can duplicate with your Stampin’ Up! products.
April Go for Greece Blog Hop
measurements for this project
Very Vanilla Thick card stock card base: 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Very Vanilla card stock layer: 4″ x 5 1/4″
Share What You Love DSP & Mossy Meadow scraps for die cut ovals and circle
Watercolor paper scrap for stamped bird
Share What You Love DSP
Sometimes all it takes is one little piece of paper to inspire a project. I’m a fan of creating with patterned paper and this lovely piece made me imagine a tree. What better to place in a tree than the bluebird of happiness? I have just the right color of ink to use too, the brand new 2018 In Color Blueberry Bushel. I have a tree and a bird idea, now to get the two into a project.
A Good Day stamp set
There’s a simple and attractive bird in the A Good Day stamp set that is made to pair with two little scallop punches. Stamping and coloring the bird on a scrap of watercolor paper, I punched it out with the little punch and backed it with a length of black thread. Easy peasy! The legend of the bluebird of happiness says that seeing one will bring you happiness, so I’m hoping that sending this card to a friend will bring lots of happy days 🙂
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Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. I hope you like this project and will come back to visit often! Thanks for stopping by today.
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