Owls and Robins…

Hello there,

after some difficulties with the blog on Sunday I can now edit this post and show you directly what I have been up to

If you have watched Jenny on C & C last Friday you will have seen some of my cards as well and as I thought it might interest some people how I did a few things I took some pics while creating them.

Firstly I made this little number with Otto, the Owl. He can be found here.

I stamped and coloured the image plus a holly sprig from Berries and Birdsand coloured them with Copics. Then I looked for a paper that would give the impression of falling snow but when I couldn’t find anything I liked I decided to make my own.

I randomly placed some small round labels I had lying around (I use them to mark my Ciao pens with their numbers on the end of the caps). Then I used a sponge applicator to rub Memento in Paris Dusk all over the sheet.

When I was happy with the colour I peeled off the labels…

It then looked like this:

Not perfect, but I liked it and the card came out nice, I think.

Next I had promised some people to show how nice the ‘no-lines technique’ would look on the robins from the  Berries and Birds set, so I coloured this little fella and I LOVE him! Quite proud of how he turned out…

I wanted to put him on a card that would showcase him without distracting too much so I just stamped the little branch with berries under him and coloured (again in ‘no-lines) and used a die to trace a circle around to frame him.

I then used a craft knife to cut that circle out. Bit of a job between his tiny legs but I managed it.

I placed some coordinating coloured card (die cut this time!) around the cut out and finished the panel with some strips of the same card and pearls. Then I just popped the whole panel up on foam pads and stamped the sentiment through the circle onto the card blank. Voila!

 

There were a couple of other cards I made, that are quite simple and straight forward so no blurb about them from me… 😉

 

 

 

Hope you like them!!!

 

 

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