Sweet Robin Redbreast – Christmas Card

Morning everyone

Today’s project is another quick and simple card using the little bird stamp.

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I stamped the little bird, cut it out and coloured it in.
I then made up the card as seen using pretty papers and a die cut.
Foam tabs were used to add the die cut floral wreath and the robin.

As I am typing this I am thinking that just changing the colours of the bird and the papers this card could be used for other occasions… birthdays, mothers day etc.
To see this bird coloured in different colours please click on the home page and scroll down to see other projects.

Crafty Individuals Stamp Used:

Sweet Robin Redbreast CI 456

Just to share – See also this special offer pack (limited time only) from CI which includes this robin stamp.

Thank you for looking

Take care,

Flo x

17 Comments

  1. PaperPuff

    A super, modern way to use a robin for a Christmas card. I also agree that he could easily be for birthdays and other occasions. I do love the red and white too though!

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  2. thecobweboriumemporium

    [sing. . . . ] . . . “When the red red Robin comes bob, bob, bobbin’ along, along…”

    sorry I’m late to comment on this beautiful card. I was in the cupboard with Gaz. [stiffles a giggle]

    I love it! That red dotty background brings a sense of fun to the card. It lightens the mood and stops it being a regular robin card. It’s inspired Flo. WTG!
    Oodles of love and squidges ~ Cobs. x

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  3. Sue

    I LOVE this sweet card, Florence! Great how you used one of my favourite dies. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a nice comment. Lovely to hear from you and I hope all is well with you. Have a good weekend x

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  4. Craftyfield

    Yes, a great design that can be adapted to all sorts of occasions. Love this cute bird (and I’m not a bird person… in my crafting) xx.

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