But today the tiniest length of green ribbon is used to make a small bow for one of my "birds"
Well I've never made a "Rocker" card before today but it was quite easy and fun... I am playing along with the Butterfly Challenge #135 "R" for Rocker Card. --- I used all seven 'R' elements on my card.
I used a small bowl to trace around, on white card and carefully cut it out - then followed the directions to create a "Stepped" version .... cut some bright feathery DP for the front of the card and a small piece of dark green for the back step. Then stamped the 'crazy birds' in black ink and used coloured pencils to colour them in.... using the three colours required for the challenge - Rifle Green, Raspberry and Rajah (pale orange), then fussy cut them out. I decided to make them into 'girls' - added some smiles, eyelashes with fine black marker, then gave them headwear.... a ribbon bow, a shiny die cut pink butterfly, and turned the third ones curly top into a tiara with a silver gel pen and gems. I arranged the "Birds" on the card with foam tape and then used a thin piece of acetate to 'raise up' the speech bubble which I printed on the computer.
Thanks for stopping by my blog ---- have a Happy Day
Stamps: Stampers Anonymous - Tim Holtz, Bird Crazy set,
Dies: Kaisecraft - Birds & Butterflies
Inks: Versafine - black
Other: Coloured Pencils, designer paper, silver gel pen, ribbon, gems, pink mirror card