Just chicken in....!!

February 28, 2020

Just chicken in....!!

Hey everyone...

It's Ashlee here with you today and I have a card to share that I made using the super gorgeous stamp set "Chicken scratch"....

I wanted to create a fun little scene with the cheeky chicken above the group of piggies....
So I coloured up three piggies and the chicken using my Copic markers!!


I made a farm background for the animals using some dies from MFT...
- Stitched mini scallop rectangle stax
- Spring scene builder

and stencilled in a cloudy sky!!


I die cut the Heffy cut "hey" and embossed using WOW! Tracy Scott Peridot powder....
Using some black cardstock I die cut another hey and added it slightly off set to the embossed one to create a shadow effect!!

To finish off the card I added some Vegas Baby sequins from Catherine Pooler and attached them using micro glue dots (these glue dots are tiny and so perfect for adding sequins!!)...

Thanks for checking out my card, I hope you feel inspired to create a fun farm scene card too!!

Don't forget to check out the Gerda Steiner designs store for so many more awesome stamp sets perfect for anyones crafty stash!!

Happy crafting, Hugs Ashlee




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