You're Weird: A Crazy Bird Card

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Here's the second of four Crazy Bird cards I made this week. I used the current Your Next Stamp sketch for the card design.
The bird is colored with Copics, and I used a little gesso in the upper left corner before heat embossing the sentiment.  The texture behind the bird is pink Frantage Embossing Enamel, and I also used some silver embossing powder over that and in the opposite corner, over the sentiment. Silver Paper Sweeties sequins filled with blue Pearl Pen gel add sparkle. As with the earlier Fluffy Bird, I used Glossy Accents on the eyes, but on this one, I first used a dot of black Pearl Pen, let that dry, then added a smaller dot of white paint pen, let that dry, then filled the rest of the eye with Glossy Accents.

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Linby said...

Love the colours you used in this card.
Thanks for taking the time to share with us at Penny Black & More.
Merry Christmas
Lynn x

Chana Malkah said...

Another wonderful creation! I just love your color choices. Your designs are always so well balanced, with great depth. Visually very pleasant! Thanks for stopping by our neighborhood!
Chana Malkah, Owner

Virginia L. said...

Love the colors and glittery details! So glad that you join the fun over Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge! Merry Christmas!

Ellibelle said...

This is amazing! Love all the different medias you used, so beautifully done! Thank you for playing along with us this month at Penny Black and More!

Anonymous said...

Hey Cheryl!! Purple is my favorite color and I love your bird. Your coloring is awesome. Thank you so much for playing along with YNS Sketch and Color Challenge.

Anita said...

Love the colors and the sparkle! Thanks for joining our challenge at Your Next Stamp! said...

I would call this a seriously fun card! Quirky and delightful with all that purple. Thanks for joining in challenge #29 at YNS!