This little, sparrow (Crumb Cake ink) was stamped and die cut using the Petal Palette Bundle.
The branch was made from Wood Textures Designer Series Paper, cut with a die from the Night Owl die set, and layered for thickness. The two white pine boughs are cut with dies from the same Night Owl die set.
I stamped the sentiment in Crumb Cake ink on Thick Whisper White cardstock. “Season’s Greetings,” from the Wishing You Well stamp set, fit nicely on the Stitched Shapes oval die. It was an added bonus, and surprise, that the oval fit perfectly within the curve of the bottom branch.
I punched holes on the sides of the oval, threaded it with Linen Thread, anchored it with dimensionals, and taped it to the back of the Thick Whisper White cardstock layer.
If you need a tiny hole punch, it happens to be in the Clearance Rack right now. (10/11/18). Look for the 1/16” Hand-Held Punch.
The Subtle Textured embossing folder was used for the background. It adds so much, without detracting from the focal point. Don’t you agree?
Finally, I glued my art piece to a Thick Whisper White card base, and my clean and simple card was complete.
My inspiration for today’s project was the challenge at Freshly Made Sketches. The branch is the large circle, and my three elements are the sparrow, the sentiment, and the pine boughs. The sparrow is supposed to be to the left of the sentiment, but he hopped up on the branch. Sorry!
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