My choices were raspberry, mink and lagoon.
So you may wonder why the birds look different.
Sometimes I like to play with the image I have to come up with new images.
As in the case of these birds which are actually a tulip image from CTMH “Eastertime”, turned on their sides and the eyes, beaks and feet draw with a Zig black marker.
The birds were stamped with Distress Oxides peacock feathers, picked raspberry and pumice stone.
They were stamped onto a branch that I believe was a tree in CTMH “Aspiration”.
That and the sentiment were stamped with Gina K. Designs black amalgam ink.
This I trimmed to a square, applied a black piece behind it and taped it to a pick card stock base card.
Gorgeous, love the softnessReplyDelete
Claire Mrs H's Crafty Corner
You are so clever!! I love that you turned tulips into birds! LOVE❤️ReplyDelete
What an adorable card! I love that you saw birds in the tulip shape! Great use of our colors, too.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh...so clever with the tulip stamp. Cute card.ReplyDelete
How clever, Arlene! I love the whimsical "tulip" birds and the colors you used.ReplyDelete
Oh, how pretty! Love those little birds :)ReplyDelete
So cute and clever using that stamp for birds, but I see fish in them too. Adorable card.ReplyDelete
This is so adorable. You did great playing with the colors.ReplyDelete