Humming Bird

Something a bit different from me today my Thursday craft group wanted to make a shaped card so I had a look on pintrest and I found this shaped card I have change the size to suit the stamp set of stamps.

You will need 2 sheets of Bermuda Bay and 1 sheet of Soft Sea Foam card stock.

Cut the Bermuda Bay down to 10 1/2″ x 5″

Score both pieces at 5″ , 7 1/2″ and 10″IMG_1095

Cut a rectangle in to one of the card bases.IMG_1096

Cut a 4 3/4″ x 4 3/4″ square and two. 4 3/4″ x 2 1/4″ and a frame to fit the rectangle.


Stamp the Humming Bird And 2 flowers in memento black inkIMG_1099

Stamp the 3 flower on to a silicone craft matIMG_1100IMG_1101

The turn image over and roll the brayer over the image to transfer the image to the card stockIMG_1102IMG_1103

Colour the images in with you blends and cut out the humming bird and 2 flowers with the dies and cut out the 3rd flower.IMG_1106

Add a sentiment and stick the flower on with dimensionalIMG_1109

Add the other 2 flower and sitck the mat layers to the base cardIMG_1110

Add the frame to the front of the card and the humming bird.IMG_1111

Then tape the cards together.IMG_1114

Cut a 4 3/4″ x 4 3/4″ square in whisper white card and add to the backfullsizeoutput_2390fullsizeoutput_239bfullsizeoutput_2393Thanks for popping by.


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3 thoughts on “Humming Bird

  1. Wow! Gorgeous card!!!!
    I’ve never seen an image reflected then stamped using a brayer. Great idea, but I’m still not sure I completely ‘get it’. Could be because I’ve just woken up. Please can you show me how you got the reflection???
    Thanks so much. Your cards are stunning.


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