Flamingo Card

Hi everyone,

A quick post to share another project made with the new Ellie Mulligan designed stamps from Crafty Individuals.

All of the new stamps where released yesterday on the Hochanda TV craft channel.

I made some background layers using my gelli plate and some paint. I used a die to cut the layers. I used a piece of CI pretty papers for the bottom piece.

I stamped the flamingo onto some coated cardstock, cut it out and coloured it with diluted DI and a paint brush.

Stamps used: Two Tropical Birds (Ellie Mulligan Designs) CI 563 and Animal Parade CI 565.

Thank you for looking.

Have a wonderfully creative weekend.

Flo x

20 Comments

    1. Flo Langley

      Thank you Kim. You are so kind. I tell you what is cheerful and fun. Have you seen the Jerusalema challenge. There are some postings on facebook and youtube. The Irish Garda have done a good video. This is why I never get anything done!! LOL! Have a great weekend. Hugs Flo x p.s. I hope you see this or it looks like I am talking to myself again!! LOL!

      1. Kim Styles Cards

        Hi Flo, I will certainly have a look at the suggestions you gave, but with working full time now I am just so pushed to do anything! You are definitely not talking to yourself, but I do that too!! Take Care.

    1. Flo Langley

      Thank you Ali. Yes thank you. The only thing is I spent this morning trying to size photos for instagram….arrrrgh! Brain ache now so I am going in my craft room to play with some new stash….fun time. Getting ready for the masked singer final tonight! Snacks are ready!!! LOL!

  1. Kate Currie

    What a wonderful card Flo, I love your background and the pretty colours and the flamingo image is gorgeous, Kate x

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