Today I made a card using these cute birds from Lawn Fawn. If you have visited my blog before, you know I have a thing for birds. But honestly, even if you don’t have a thing for birds, you have to love these ones! 🙂
I die cut the front with the coordinated die and stamped the bird on the cardbase and coloured with copics. I thread the sequins on some sewing thread and stamped my sentiment and then the card was done! 🙂
Take care and thanks for stopping by!
Challenge : Lawn Scaping, Addicted to stamps,
Så fint kort! Smart med stämplar och dies som matchar.
Your cute card gave me a chuckle, love everything about this card. Thanks for joining us at ATSM.
This is just adorable! Love what you did with the string and sequins.
Fab little card there… LOVE the cutouts of the birds!!
This is such a darling card, Joanna! I love how you die cut your front panel and those little birdies are so cute! Beautiful coloring, too! So glad to have you with us this week at ATSM! We look forward to seeing you again soon!
What adorable birds and the sequin and twine combo is just an inspired idea x
Oh and thanks for joining us at ATSM x
Oh this really made me smile. I adore those cute penguins, and I really like the way you die cut the front to allow them to show through. Great sequin ribbon too! Thanks so much for playing along with ASM this week!
How cute, those little birdies! And those strung up sequins – LOVE it! Thanks so much for playing with us at ATSM. I hope to see you there next time, too! Hugs, Cornelia DT
ok, it’s official – i’m in love with this! brilliant design and the coloring of the birds is perfect! i LOVE birds, and the die cut ‘windows’ of the birds is so lovely!!! i especially love the sequins on the twine!! INCREDBILE touch! wow! thanks for playing along at the Lawnscaping Challenge! 😀
So cute! I really like how you thread the sequins along the bottom! Genius! Thanks for playing along with us at Lawnscaping!! 🙂
Have you got a tutorial on how to make this fantastic card!????…what colour comics did you use and how did you attach the thread to the card?