Sending Smiles with the Sweet Songbird & the 2022-24 In Colors
Happy Mother's Day!

Sweet Songbirds in Stripes

Time for another fun Create with Connie & Mary Challenge!  This week it is a color challenge and you get to choose your own color adventure.

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I chose to use Daffodil Delight for the yellow and Tahitian Tide as the blue. 

These colors are bright and happy which led me to using the Sweet Songbirds bundle, crazy about that chubby little bird!  

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The Basic White Thick card base is 4-1/4" x 11".  The Daffodil Delight and Tahitian Tide stripes were pieced on a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Basic White CS.  The large circle and the sentiment banner were cut using the new Stylish Shapes dies.  The flowers were cut using the Teacup dies.   

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The chubby bird was punched using the 2022-24 In Color Glimmer paper.  When I ordered this pack of paper I didn't realize that it was ombre.  I was definitely pleasantly surprised.  I used different sections of the paper to punch out the Tahitian Tide flowers and centers.  You can also see a little of the differences in the color of the Glimmer paper  on the bird.

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The Classic Matter Dots were used for the bird's eyes. I layered 3 of the beaks on top of each other.  I like the solid look it gives the beak.  Around the side of the striped layer I wrapped white Baker's Twine.

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check out what the rest of the Create with Connie & Mary Design Team created for this color color challenge,

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Comments

Judy Garza

SO cute, Sharon!! I am crazy about this chubby little bird too.

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