Tuesday, April 2, 2019

hello | Hello Bluebird




Hello and Happy Tuesday.  Here's another spring inspired project.


I haven't inked up any of my Hello Bluebird sets so today I'm featuring Springtime.  I also used Gallery Frame #1 and Grassy Knoll Dies.  The hello has been die cut from (retired) Stampin' Up Wisteria Wonder.


The Distress Oxide ink blending background color combo is compliments of Nicola Meek.  It's a combo of:

Tumbled Glass
Spun Sugar
Spiced Marmalade
Cracked Pistachio

Doesn't it remind you of spring and easter eggs?  I grew up never egg dying.  I did it for the first time last year with my friend and my girl and it's our new tradition.  I've been sending my friend egg dying techniques as we're planning on gathering this weekend.

These are my copic combos:

R000/R01
R20
Y02/Y08
G12/G20
BV00/BV01
E40/E42

I was inspired by CAS(E) this sketch!


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9 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Sooooooooooo cute! LOVING those animals!!!!!!!!!!

Nicole Parmentier said...

Love these soft colors! Awesome card!!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

Darling!

donna mikasa said...

Your background sky is amazing! Thanks for sharing the colors you used! Never.dyed.eggs?? You might want to check out Martha Stewart's Egg Dyeing App ;)

donna mikasa said...

Just checked the iTunes store and it's probably discontinued. So sorry.

Fikreta said...

its so very sweet card!

Celeste Goff said...

What a darling little collection of critters you've stamped up Amy! Love the scene you created and that inked background too!

Sue L. said...

YES, YES, YES yr CAS ipiration sketch. What does the (E) mean in CAS(E) please? Your card is suprafab! Those little critters say Spring all over. Love the blended sunset, clouds and grass. Really like how u left a portion of the bottom white.. so clean, so fresh. Also, that hello. YES! Have fun Easter egg dying. Of course you heard about crayolaing yr design on the egg, right?! The resist method in egg dyeing... lol.

Kim Heggins said...

So sweet....love the soft pastel colors you used and your adorable critters!