It was all about the Chickens at Coffee & Cards this week! I just love these stamps , they are so fun!
Here is the tutorial of how I made this card during my Facebook live. I hope you like it and find it useful. Do give me a thumbs up and subscribe if you do. Small things like that really help. Thank you.
Chickens At Coffee & Cards
I haven’t had the watercolour pencils out for ages, it was time to give them some love and they are perfect with the chickens! Especially to create a one layer card as the colour does not bleed through the other side. Use them with a Blender pen on regular Basic White card
A simple aperture card using the Hey Chick stamps, but so fun to receive. I added in the In Good Taste Designer Series Paper. It has great wood grains and textures.
Adhere the layer of paper to your card base, use the 1 1/2 inch circle punch to make the apertures. Stamp inside ensuring the chickens can be seen. Stamp them at fun angles so that they are hanging upside down and peeping through!
They look fun when you open the card too.
How fun is this birthday card? This card uses the Hey Birthday Chick stamp set.
So simple to create and fun to colour. Both these stamp sets have accompanying dies which are fabulous! Today’s cards are all about the stamps. You can see a project using the Hey Chick Bundle here.
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