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Monday, February 21, 2011

Easter Chick

Sorry for the late post.  I do try to get my posts up early in the morning so they're up all day, but today that just wasn't going to happen.  We had a really busy weekend then this morning was spend finishing getting ready for my Stamp a Stack this afternoon.  I think I'm finally ready, Megan is napping, Logan is coloring so I have a couple spare minutes-I thought I'd take advantage of :)

This card didn't exactly turn out the way I wanted but it's still cute!  I got a little to energetic with the color spritzer :)  But isn't it cute-the little hatching chick!  So cute!  The paper is so pretty it's from the Sunny Garden DSP pack.  Proving to me that again I was wrong about colors.  I was never a big fan of Poppy Parade but after this DSP-I LOVE IT!!!  
To make the chick hatch out of his egg I stamped him 3 times.  Once on my white paper, then twice on my DSP, cut out the 2 DSP pieces and arrange them as a hatching shell.  Super Easy! 
I used markers to color the chick, and add some 'ground' so that he's not a floating chick.  I spritz the whole thing with the Peach Parfait marker in my color spritzer :)
I think my most favorite element on this card though is the ribbon, linen thread and pearl.  I just love that look!
Ok, time to load up the car, find lunch for Logan and I and head to the stamp a stack! 

Supplies:
Stamp Sets:  A Good Egg, Something to Celebrate
Cardstock:  Peach Parfait, Poppy Parade, Whisper White, Sunny Garden DSP
Ink:  Poppy Parade and Staz on Pads, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Crumb Cake and Peach Parfait Markers
Accessories:  Daffodil Delight Ribbon, Linen Thread, Pearls, Dimensionals

Thanks for looking, see you soon!!!

1 comment:

Joni said...

Ruth, i would like to do the chocolate class, do you still have room? Let me know how to get the money to you, I can be reached at jonir@unm.edu. Joni