Monday, June 22, 2009

This card is for today's Clean and Simple(CAS20) challenge. Thanks, Jen!!! I created a small tent design card with a dangling bird cage. I kept the card look pretty simple. And, once I had the design figured out, it turned out to be pretty simple.

I am using Flourishes Love Nest set. I stamped by bird cage and colored with the newly released Flourishes Copic Color Collections.
I used the Water, Flesh Tones, and Warm Neutrals color collections. I paper pieced one of the little birds that come in this set with some urban prairie
basic gray dp.

I scored one of the inside back panels to create some texture. I adhered my hanging birdcage and finished my card with some organdy ribbon and loop ribbon. I added a gold pearl dome to the sentiment. The picture to the right shows the card closed which measures 4.25 X 3.75.

NOTE: I am NOT pregnant!!! LOL!!! Just one of many sentiments in this set!!!

Flourishes Love Nest
Scarlet jewel and vintage cream
Palette noir, scarlet jewel
Oval and circle nesties, ribbon, score pal, dimensionals, gold cording, glue dots, copics


  1. This is adorable!! Are you trying to tell us something?

  2. Bawaahhhhhh - you crack me up Betty!!! This card is super gorgeous!!! Love the unique layout and the colors are awesome!!!

  3. This is adorable Betty!! Love that dangling bird cage. Love your layout and colors!!

  4. Love this little tent card Betty! great colors and fun stamps - wonderful ribbons too!

  5. Betty, I really like your tent card.....hmmmm...I just might have to try that!!!

  6. This is fantastic! Wow, I love it! And thanks for the chuckle with the "NOTE:"!!!


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