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Monday, 15 February 2016

Bird Crazy Birthday

Another take on the Bird Crazy birthday card I made a while back.

 I used the same method of die cutting the birthday sentiment from a sheet of card, then for the colour behind it, I used one of the backgrounds I uncovered the other day.
I also cut some additional letters to form 'Happy' from white card











The balloons are stamped on an offcut of the coloured card, cut out and coated with Glossy Accents.
I trim down a strip for going behind the sentiment, and add it with dst. Then the whole thing was matted onto  purple card.
 Next, I stamped out one of the Crazy Birds,cut him out using the matching dies, and coloured him with daubers and DI's.



His beak and eyes are coated first with masking fluid- available from any art shop- so his eyes will remain white, and I can colour his beak orange.






As I had to wait for the Glossy Accents to dry, I put the bird aside as well, and finished the card the next day.



I rubbed off the dried masking fluid with my fingers, leaving him nice clear, white eyes. His beak was coloured with  Mustard Seed and Wild Honey Distress markers.
 I matted the card panel onto a card blank, as a top fold card.
The HAPPY was added above the BIRTHDAY cut out using a Blutack Glue Stick. Hubby bought me these an age ago, and I've not actually tried them. I liked them- they go on blue, but dry clear. They are a good 'mid point' between tape and wet glue. When dry they hold really well, but whilst wet give you plenty of manoeuvre time. I used the same glue to add the bird,then some Pinflair glue gel to raise the balloons alittle. A fine black pen added the balloon strings.
 For absolute certainty, I put the card aside with a couple of acrylic blocks on top of the letters and the bird, to make sure they stayed flat.

4 comments:

Helen said...

Beautiful card!!

Susan McFeggan said...

I love these birds! I keep going back and forth on this set but the more I see the more I want them. Thanks for sharing I believe these's going to be some little birdies in my cart today!

Kim said...

Great card! I love the use of the background card; great idea.

Aimeslee W. said...

What a fabulous use for your UFOs. That Tim makes the best stuff, doesn't he? xoxo

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