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Friday, January 1, 2016

Happy New Year!

Crazy Bird Series #1
Hi OCS peeps and a big Happy New Year to you! Today is a new month and you know what that means..... It's the start of a New Challenge over at One Crazy Stamper on their Blog. The Theme this month is "Anything Goes". I got the Tim Holtz Bird Crazy stamps and Tim Holtz Crazy Things (accessories) stamps before Christmas and figured I would pull them out and play around.  I decided to make a Happy New Year Card using the Crazy Bird #3, Top Hat and Bow for this week's card.
A while back I purchased  Copic Sketch fluorescent markers and decided to was time to give them a try as well.  They are nice and bright and fun to figure out! On this card I dug out some paper from my stash and have no idea what  line it's from. I used a MFT Zig Zag stitched circle die to cut out my bird. The bird and the paper are so bright that I decided to only add a ribbon for my embellishment this time. I made the sentiment on the computer.
On the inside I also used my computer to make a sentiment as I don't have any New Years sentiment stamps. (note to self.....purchase some for next year LOL)
Copics Used:
Bird Body: FRV1, RV14, RV17, RV19
Beak: FY1, YR04
Hat & Bow: T3, T4, T5, T7
Ground: T0, T1, T3, T5
outline: B000

I had so much fun with this bird stamp that I've decided to do a series for the month. So stay tuned and each Wednesday I'll show you a card with a new bird!

Don't forget to make something and link it up over on the BLOG for this month's "Anything Goes" Challenge! You've got lots of time and I'll be looking to see what you make! Good Luck, who knows you could be our next monthly winner!

Happy Crafting
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3 comments:

Donna Rudy said...

Love the crazy paper and the fluorescent colours on this Cheri! Super cute card!!!

Karen Day said...

A very fun card!! I got the Crazy Birds accessories stamp set just before Christmas... so I'm dying to see what you come up with!

Leanne said...

Now that is a bright card, my favorite color, awesome image and the paper you used rocks! Awesome job! Hugs, L :)