It was inspired by this notebook:
Could you tell? haha Those birdies reminded me of my Hero Arts stamp so I got it out and stamped and stamped and stamped them. Then I colored them with my Copic markers(while watching The Outlaw Josey Wales). Fun! Then I used a Papertrey Ink stamp for the lines and sentiment and sewed a little strip of brown.
I would also like to post a couple of cards that I made with the awesome stuff that I received in the mail for winning the Signs of Peace challenge. (Cath was so generous and sent cool papers from American Crafts, ribbon, buttons, card stock letters and more!)
My daughter, who is away at college, needed some cards for her sorority to give. First, a thank you card:
Next up is a card to thank their cook... Everything here is from Cath, the fun papers, the ribbon and that so cute felt pot. (the sentiment is from Papertrey) I cut out a few knives and forks and pop dotted them.
This next card is to welcome someone to their house for a week's stay. All the girls were going to sign it and put it in the guest room.
I love these bright papers! I colored a Hero Arts stamp and the sentiment is from Papertrey.
This one I made just for fun.
And this last one is my favorite. It is another thank you card. I cut up some of the paper into rectangles, stamped a Hero Arts flower, colored it with copics, added the fun button center and did a little sewing