Friday, March 12, 2010

A Little Laundry

Well, I guess I could talk about the baskets of clean laundry that are sitting my living room, waiting to be folded and put away.  But I’m not going to.

Instead I have to show you this cute paper I found!  I’m not really sure how the clothes on the line translate to an anniversary card, but I decided to do it anyway.


On the inside I added another small strip of the paper at the top and then added the little chick there in the corner!  Isn’t he cute?  I first inked with Paris Lights and then rolled the edges in summer sunrise.  Used a brown maker for the feet and eye.


Decided I wanted to carry the theme onto the envelope, so I drew my own clothesline and cut and glued that onesie.  I am not one for cutting, but have always loved the look, so I have been forcing myself to practice.


And of course I had to add another little chick on the front. 
Hope that you have a great weekend!  Anyone got good plans?

Supplies: (All Papertrey Ink unless noted otherwise)
Stamps:  Mega Mixed Messages and Spring Tags
Cardstock:  Melon Berry and Stamper’s Select
Patterned Paper: Spring: Sunny Spot (Dear Lizzy & American Crafts)
Ink:  Melon Berry, Paris Lights (Palette) and Summer Sunrise
Other:  brown marker


Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness, I love this paper! Nice card, love that little chick!

Lori said...

Cute little chickie!! I love it

Ted said...

Adorable chick! I'm still "chicken" to try the roll technique. You make it look easy! :)

Patti said...

Aw Ted, you can do it!

Dana said...

Awww, fun PP! I love how your drew your own clothesline and added the onsie though...awesome. Very fun card.
No weekend plans here, although it's technically my BD weekend...

Sue Ann said...

Great card. Super fun and feel good!!!

Diane Jaquay said...

Such an adorable card, I LOVE it!