Wednesday, April 23, 2014

What's the Word, Bird?


I made this card for the Mod Squad "going gingham" challenge. I used a pre-colored free digi image from MeinLilaPark and paired it with some recollections polka dot paper, some ric-rac, twine, and a snippet of gingham ribbon. I used a slot punch to make the opening for the ribbon to be tied onto the image panel. The sentiment is by Unity.

This will be heading to Cards for Hospitalized Kids and hopefully it will bring a little smile when it's opened.

Thanks for stopping by and I wish you a wonderful week ahead!

Carol


11 comments:

Irish Cherokee said...

It will, without a doubt, bring more than a smile. wonderful card for a child.

Donna Hanley said...

It WILL bring quite a few smiles, I can guarantee that one. He makes me smile myself. Love those eyes. I really like how you did the ribbon using the slot punch. Congrats on your win over at W2SB!!! YAY for you, you deserved it. Have a good night.

jimlynn said...

LOL!!! Delightful! If this doesn't bring smiles nothing will. Very cute and love the big polka dots and the gingham ribbon. Super cute!
Lynn

Lee said...

Totally adorable and fun Carol!!! Love the pop of black gingham with the pink!! Thanks so much for playing along with us!

Benzi said...

Now, that is a fun bird and the sentiment is so fun. It is sure to lift the spirits of a patient.

Diane Jaquay said...

Well you decked that bird out just perfectly with your card embellishments, Carol! So FUN :)

Verna Angerhofer said...

What a fun card. This is certain to bring smiles!

JD/ Jill said...

Just Adorable, Carol!

Brenda said...

No worries there, this card will surely put a smile on a child's face Carol! It's so cute and funny, love the sentiment and love the colors you used. Of course I love any kind of gingham!! Hugs

Princess Judy Palmer said...

What a crazy image. He is a silly bird, ready to make everyone smile. I love the bold colors that match him and your wee bit of gingham.

catdidit said...

Too stinking cute! Love it! Thanks for playing along with us at the Mod Squad blog this week!