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Happy Bird-day!

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So I just got some more adorable Paper Smooches Stamp set and was playing around with the little cute fellas, one of which is this chick. So I picked up the inspiration from the current Paper Smooches Spark Challenge and made a little note card, which can be used as a gift tag.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Paper Smooches(Alphadot, Birthday Buddies); inks:Jenni Bowlin (brown sugar),Versamark; pattern papers:  Echo Park(Splash) 

I was inspired by the fun color scheme and stitching. The dotted background was created using the dots from the Alphadot set stamped in versamark ink. I paper pieced the cute chick 3 times and arranged them to look like they are rolling with happiness :) A little faux stitching to finish of the sentiment.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

Comments

  1. oh how cute is this!!! i love your paper piecing its so perfect...and those Lil chickes rolling about look so sweet... your faux stiching is just fab!!! i really thought you had done some actual stiching on it...till i read your post!!

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  2. WOW!!!Such a cute HAPPY card is this...Love you paper piecing UJJWAL!!!And I agree with Snehal,About the faux stitching looking actual.

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  3. This is so adorable.. Love the paper piecing and am still smiling.. the rolling birds looks CUTE

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  4. This is totally adorable! Love the rolling birdies!!!

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  5. Oh wow what a cute card...love your rolling concept..also adding these stamps to my wishlist. thanks for introducing them !

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  6. This is gorgeous...and the faux stitching looks very real.Nice to see you back with this cute one

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  7. These birdies are so so cute...loved the idea of tossing them around

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