Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Owl Card by Cheryl Wright

 



I have four granddaughters. Three of them go crazy over anything owl. My now fourteen year old twin grandchildren had a birthday recently, so I decided to make each of them an owl card.

Today I'm sharing my granddaughter's card. 





This was a very simple card.  I sponged around all the edges, then stamped the top section with leaves, using the same ink. 

I made an owl using the Stampin' Up! Owl Punch, which I love, and decorated it up. I wanted the owl to look like it was on a swing hanging from a tree, hence the leaves, but didn't have a swing stamp. 

So... I took some twine, cut a small piece of brown cardboard, which I distressed to make it look like wood, and added the twine as thought it was attached to the wood. 

Last but not least, I stamped Happy Birthday. The stamp was again from Stampin' Up! 

Next month I'll showcase the card I made for my grandson. 


I hope you've enjoyed this post. Thanks for reading, and I'll see you next time!






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