Friday, 24 April 2015

Check It Out

Hello.  Welcome.  Black and white bonanza number three.  

These two birds from STAMPlorations Small Birds set are so cute.  I stamped them on a panel cut with the SSS stitched die.  I masked them and stamped Live Love Laugh.  Then I used some of the stamps from Celebrate Artsy set to make the frame and ground the birds.  Then I mounted on a black base card.  All the stamps are STAMPlorations.

Joining the fun at
Speedy Fox and Friends Challenge 258 - Black and White
STAMPlorations Anything Goes Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - CAS
Uniko Studio Challenge 20 - Things With Wings 

OK, so that's it for me today.  Hope you enjoyed my little black and white bonanza.  Thanks for visiting.  Ooh look, it's Friday.  Hugz


  1. What a darling image!! Adorable card! Thanks for joining us at MFP Speedy Fox & Friends challenge. Hope you play again!

  2. Love the black and white....& those birds...adorable...what a clever way of 'framing' the sentiment....LOOOOVE that stamp for creating it, too:):)

  3. A very simple card, but what a powerful message! Perfect, Gail! Love it!

  4. Another gorgeous black and white card! Love the images and the way you masked for the frame. Thank you for sharing with us at MFP SF&F Challenge.

  5. Very cute card Thanks for sharing at MFP SFF>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Lis

  6. LOVE this Gail - so creative cute how you used those stamps!

  7. Adorable image and great CAS card. Thank you so much for for playing along with us this week over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge :)

  8. What a fun card. I love that sentiment. Thanks so much for sharing with us at MFP's Speedy Fox and Friends.


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