Tuesday, March 1, 2016

March SOTM Blog Hop ~ Sunshine Birdies

Welcome to the March Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We have an adorable stamp set this month called Sunshine Birdies and you're going to love it!

If you've hopped over from Priscilla Gotham's blog you're on the right track. Just click the link at the end of my post to continue on the blog. Click here for a list of participating consultants.

This card features a technique called a Pleat Fold. I saw it on Splitcoaststampers and just had to try it! After pleating the paper it was easy to assemble the rest of the card. I used a blender pen to color then fussy cut the bird and branch. Then I stamped the notes and sentiment. 

Sunshine Birdies will only be available from March 1-31, 2016. You can get it at full retail price of $17.95 or only $5 with a qualifying purchase. But you have to act now before it's gone!

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All products are Close To My Heart: (click for image)
--Sunshine Birdies stamp set
--Penelope paper pack
--Cardstock: White Daisy
--Ink: Black, Pixie, Crystal Blue, Pear, Saddle, Honey

If you need a consultant I'd be happy to help you!



Now it's time to hop over and see what inspiration Michelle Battitori has to share with us. Thanks for hopping by. Have fun on your journey.

Michelle

15 comments:

  1. Fun card fold and great colors! I love your little bird singing on the tree branch. Thanks for making me smile with this adorable card.
    :) Marie

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  2. I saw the tutorial too but have not yet tried it. Your card is super cute! I love it!

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  3. Love the fold you incorporated! Great card!!!

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  4. Has anyone been able to Pin this? I am getting a blank picture.

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    1. Sorry about that. I got a blank too when using the Pin It button below the photo. But when I hovered over the photo the Pin It button in the upper left corner worked.

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  5. Love your fun drapery fold on the front and the soft coloring on the birdie!

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  6. Love the curtain fold with this card.

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  7. Fantastic card! I really love the paper selection and folding technique. Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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