Thursday, 24 March 2016

Hoo Are You Looking At?

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Hello.  Welcome.  I had an idea and it became this.

 I started with a couple of metal charms from Korthobby

I cut the large charm in half and backed it with green glitter card.  I added some gold mirror card behind the owls eyes and two green rhinestones.

I cut a valley fold base card in white and die cut Taylored Expressions Southwest Cutting Plate from the same white card.  This gives a lovely faux embossed look.  

I added a green layer behind the card.  

The happy birthday is a stamp from Marks Finest Papers Tiger set.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Korthobby - Anything Goes
Marks Finest Papers Challenge 12 - Layered Mountain Fold Card
Share the Joy Challenge 28 - Sketch-/CAS 
Scrapyland Challenge 38 - Think Green 


  1. Love the owl charm! Very pretty card. Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge.

  2. Wow! That is awesome! Your owl is fantastic! Thanks for joining us at MFP Stamps Challenge!

  3. What a wonderful owl charm. Great CAS design. Thanks so much for joining us at Scrapy Land Challenge Blog.

  4. Beautiful job - love that owl charm! Lovely!

  5. I love what your idea became TFS MFP Lis DT

  6. Gorgeous CAS card! Love the owl charm!
    Thank you for joining our challenge at Scrapy Land!
    Samra DT
    Paper Talk with Samra

  7. Very fun! What a great way to add texture to your projects! Thanks for joining us for this week's Share Joy Challenge.

  8. I love the way you have used the metal charms from Korthobby! Thank you for joining our challange !

  9. Love that adorable Owl you created! It is gorgeous! I love the embossed background too. Thanks for playing along with us at Scrapy Land Challenges!


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