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For The Birds For House Of Cards...

Welcome to our new challenge at House of Cards! This month you get to use either a bird on your card, the colors or both.

September 2016 Bird and or colors

I tried a mix of both. I stamped the image and watercolored the birds in peach and grays. I added a bit of grass and sky and then die cut using a double stitched oval.

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I popped my image up on a piece of pattern paper, added some twine and put everything together – with just a smidge of bling.

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Be sure to play along with us – these are beautiful colors so I am sure you can make something fabulous! Link up HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to stop in tomorrow!

Supplies: CS: PTI soft stone and true black stripes. Watercolor paper. Stamps: SU! for the birds. Other: Twine, zig markers, SU! candy dots and rhinestones. MFT double stitched ovals. PTI linen impression plate.


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Toni at FHC

very sweet!


Cute image and your design and embellishing is stunning! Donna HOC teammate

Mynn xx

This is SO darling, Jane! I LOVE the sweet image, your lovely simple layering, and the smattering of bling you added! What a fabulous creation, friend! Sending HUGS! :) Mynn xx

sue n.

Beautiful card; I love the main image but really love all the added details - twine, patterned paper, bling, stitched ovals which really complete the card.

sue n.
hoc dt

Susan Renshaw

Love this image!
Fabulous make for the House of Cards!
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