This time I have a bunch of birds in love to share. I found the template I made ages ago to cut the birds, so that’s how they started.
Some of them are just simply in love, some already got married (notice the veil) :)
Making the birds is a great way to use the scraps of the precious paper that it hurts to throw away.
Dziś do pokazania mam gromadkę zakochanych ptaszorów. Niektóre już po ślubie (z filcowym welonem) :) Tak mnie na nie naleciało po odkopaniu starego szablonu na ptaki. Przy okazji użyłam ścinki papieru, które żal wyrzucić.
Some of the birds already found a new home.
Niektóre z powyższych ptaszorów znalazły już nowy dom.
Want to post here more often, but my school consumes my whole time… I like my school. I really do, but too much of anything isn’t good at all. That’s how I feel about my classes…just too much. So I decided to take a little break and share more birds here.
It’s a simple wedding card:
I hand drew the stencil for the birds and traced on the light color patterned paper. I attached them with foam squares to give some dimension:
Have a great week!
I wish I could know some magic to stretch my time. It would be awesome to have enough time for homework, friends, cards, blog, cooking and a few minutes left for reading…
My school is killing me lately, but today I’ll start my homework by sharing a birdie card.
It feels like a piece of Spring…
Whenever I get a free minute or two I make these cute fabric flowers. They are so easy and super quick. I put them not only on my cards but also on the hair clips.
I love how they add some dimension to the card.
Have a great Sunday and more of free time for crafting:)