Saturday, February 17, 2018

Inspired By All The Little Things





Happy Saturday everyone! Looks like we're in for another complete turnaround in the weather this weekend! That four letter word is in the forecast (SNOW) after being up to 71 degrees just two days earlier!  Guess it's perfect to get some more stamping time!  Check out this great inspiration photo that was chosen to inspire us on the Inspired By All The Little Things challenge blog! I was inspired by the colors and the sweet little birdcage on the left.  


 I went with a CAS design using the sketch for the current Freshly
Made Sketches challenge.  I smooshed some Cracked Pistachio distress ink over the die cut bird cage and the images were colored with Copics. 

STAMPS: Tweet Friends (MFT), Blissful Blooms (MFT).
PAPER: Blush and Mint 6x6 pad by Recollections.
INK: Memento Tuxedo Black.
DIES: Tweet Friends, Blissful Blooms, Stitched Circles Die-Namics by MFT; Vintage Bird Cage by Poppystamps. 

 Would love to see you join us!

Quote from 365 Days of Wonder
FEB 17 - "Every time the sun rises, a new hope begins."
                         --Jack
 




7 comments:

Leigh Penner said...

Super pretty take on the inspiration photo and on the sketch!

Julia Aston said...

What a sweet card Wanda! love the pastel colors and the layering of your images! Not looking forward to the snow tonight here either!! but then it's going to be 60 on Tues?

Marcie Sharp said...

Fantastic! I love that you were inspired by the birdcage- so pretty!

C├ęcile R said...

Wow Wanda! Love those sweet birds so much! This soft color scheme looks fabulous. Thanks so very much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Kim S said...

Those are the cutest birds! I love the scene you have created for them! Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

LeAnne said...

SUPER cute, Wanda...love the colors!

Barbara Derksen said...

I’m so happy you take a few closeups so we can see the small details of your cards - the pearly drops, for instance, are amazing! What a perfect take on the photo, and how you interpreted it. Your colors are gentle and soft, yet you achieved such a statement through your arrangement of everything.