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Hello crafty friends!!
I hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday!
Today I am back with another project that showcases some of those awesome
Have you seen the adorable little birds that are in the new stamp set called Airmail?
I think they are absolutely adorable and couldn't wait to get them inky and play.
I started out by making a shaped card using the biggest scallop in the Scallop Hexagons Dies. I simply folded a piece of white cardstock in half and ran it through my Big Kick with the top of the die hanging off just a bit. That way it didn't actually cut two scallop hexagons. I hid the fold line by taking the same Scallop Hexagon and cutting out a piece of plaid paper from the Spring Flings Paper Pad and layering that on top of my card base. I cut out a hexagon from the Nested Hexagons and used an embossing folder for the fun clouds. To make the clouds stand out a little more, I used some distress ink to go around the edges. I stamped out my birds from the Airmail stamp set and colored them in with my Copics. I used the coordinating Airmail dies to cut them out and then I popped them up onto my sky with some foam tape. I added my greeting, also from the Airmail set, with foam tape as well. I finished off my card with a fun little bow. So so so cute!! I love those little birdies!!
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--Cardstock: Copic & Georgia Pacific
--Patterned Paper: Spring Fling (Pink & Main)
--Stamp: Airmail (Pink & Main)
--Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento, Tumbled Glass Distress
--Copics: B01, B04, E23, E27, G09, G14, R20, R21, R22, YR14
--Misc.: Cloudy Sky Embossing Folder (Darice), Foam Tape, Ribbon, White Gel Pen