Flamingo cards

Hey everyone Olga here ! Today I have for you  two quick and easy to make cards with Little Birdie embellishments I started with materials from the photo and I wanted to make one card.

My first step was assembling base for my card. I use amazing papers from Watercolor collection. On top of that I layered fish tale shaped paper and velum .

To frame all composition I add some detailing with pen and placed dimensional Little Birdie stickers.

On this stage, I thought that my base look super cool and I assembled second card in exactly same way.

Stickers become my focal points and I build my flower arrangements around them using different flowers  in colors that appear on stickers.

As the final touch i added some crystal stickers here and there also in matching color.

I’m really happy how they turned. They are fun to make and they have this nice summer feeling to them .

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Spooky Art With Spooky Chipboard Accents!

I am so geared up for Halloween, are you? Last post, I brought to you the Halloween Chipboard Treat Bags! (you can find that post HERE) This post I am sharing how to change a scrapbook paper into a piece of art with the same Chipboard pieces from Little Birdie Crafts! There are so many ways to use these little beauties! I am all about decorating every nook and cob web in the house. You can easily add these Chipboard to frames around the house to give them some Halloween flavor. Use them on fabric or paper and wrap the silverware in them. I could go on and on but, I would rather share how to make this fun project.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

These are so spectacular I wanted to give a close up! So, so fun!!!

Step 1. Blot some color in on the paper with the watercolors.

Step 2. Use colored pencils to color and deepen edges of each area. It can be a bit messy, these colors will be blended.

Step 3. Using a blending stump, blend colored pencils by dipping stump into Gamsol and blending in small circles on your paper.

Step 4.  Adhere chipboard. Paint chipboard with Little Birdie Chalk paint. Add details using a fine line waterproof marker. (line for spider)

Step 5. Trim paper to fit into frame. Add to frame.

This is going to be so fun for one of my displays! What do you think?

Off to scare up some more spooky fun! Bwahahahaha!

Thanks for stopping by.



Easy Watercolor Notecards

Watercolor is on trend and making an appearance in design from home decor to fashion, and of course, in the craft world. As soon as I saw this Water Colour Pattern Paper, I knew needed the entire pack.  I love all things with a watercolor texture and decided these papers were perfect for creating fun note cards.

You can never have too many notecards, right?

So, lets make some fun and easy watercolor notecards.

Materials needed:

Now, when I say this is easy, I mean this is EASY!  All you need to do is cut your watercolor paper a little smaller than the notecards.  Tape paper to note cards.

Cut words out using a vinyl cutter, and adhere the words to your watercolor paper.

How easy was that?

Have fun making your own gorgeous watercolor notecards.  And, stay tuned for more fun craft projects with this paper because it’s just too pretty!