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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Chickens Cross the Road


Everyone just needs to stop questioning these poor chickens' motives and let them cross the street in peace hahaha.

Here's how my card was made-
  • Stamp the Chicken Wire Background on purple decorative paper with VersaMark Ink and Emboss with Silver Embossing Powder, set aside.
  • Die-cut purple cardstock and decorative paper with the Rectangle Combo #2 OPC Die.
  • Glue one of the purple frames on top of the Chicken Wire Background

  • Then die-cut two shades of green cardstock with the Grass #2 Die and glue pieces to the back of the decorative paper frame, glue this inside of the purple frame.
  • Stamp Bird 2 on Strathmore Bristol Smooth Paper with Onyx Black VersaFine Ink and emboss with Clear Embossing Powder.  Color with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens.
  • Die-cut the Bird 2 with the Bird 2 Die Cut and pop up on the Chicken Wire using 3D Foam Squares by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

  • Layer this panel onto a slightly larger black cardstock.
  • Stamp white cardstock with the Horizontal Stripe stamp and Lilac Color Fuse Ink on white cardstock.
  • Die-cut this with the Nested Deckle Rectangle Die Set.
  • Glue black cardstock 4" x 5 1/4" to a white card, then glue the Horizontal Stripe panel diagonally to this. 
  • Pop up the chicken panel diagonally on the card.
  • Stamp Motives Questions on white cardstock with Onyx Black VersaFine Ink, layer it onto decorative paper and pop up on the card.

  • Randomly add white Enamel Dots to the black panel and orange Enamel dots to the sentiment.


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