Thursday, December 3, 2009

3 French Hens

Hello All!

Happy Thursday to you! This week is just flying on by, probably because I have yet to do a stitch of holiday shopping and my days are dwindling down! Hope you are having a good week.

Today I have a card to share for a Layers of Color DT project and some challenges. I created my card using the sweet little chick stamps from the set Rise and Shine. They are my 3 French Hens! My chicks were colored with copics and then I created some snow underneath them with glue and glitter.

I've created a holiday card with some non-traditional holiday colors to fit the challenge at A Spoon Full of Sugar. I used some SU! Night of Navy and Black card stock with papers from Graphic 45. My layout is from this week's ICS#45 at Inspirational Card Sketches. I embellished with with some black sticky gems, lace ribbon, and a Prima flower with a rose center which I sprayed with some Glimmer Mist to add shimmer.

Thanks for dropping by today! Don't forget to check out Whimsy Stamps for a link to today's special blog where you can find today's Advent prize! Happy stamping! :)


Kristen H said...

the papers you used are GORGEOUS, and I love those little hens. What a sweet card! Very nice!

Lauren said...

So cute Denise! I love the "snow."

Jenni said...

Love your cute French Hens! and that backing paper is gorgeous!
Jenni x

Tenia Nelson said...

Very cute card!!

Anonymous said...

Those chicks are darling, and the colors and papers perfect--very "French country"-looking! Gorgeous card!

Mina said...

oh this is just so sweet Denise, how cute is the little birds...stunning graphic45 papers which Im totally addicted to atm
Mina xxx

Debs said...

Sooooooo cute just love your chicks and that snow is brill, thanks for joining us at ics this week.

Lisa Foster said...

Super Adorable, Denise!

marley said...

beautiful card! the snow's great!

Heather D. ~ Fresh Brewed Designs said...

this is just precious!!! I love your colors, papers and those darling chicks! Thanks for joining us at ICS!