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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Chicken Chic

Today, I'm sharing with you a second card that I've made for the Crafty Individuals Challenge. This card is very different to the first card I shared with you. The background is Graphic 45 paper as our some of the details, also some vintage lace. I've had this chicken stamp in my stash for probably a couple of years, but it had never seen ink...


I love how this card has a rustic simplicity- which is exactly what I was after. and i think it could be used as a male or female greeting card.

I'm finishing the post with some photos of my chickens from earlier today, they are happy chickens, but are already starting to moult their feathers ( its a bit early )

Jackie

Rosie

Snowy


Have a great evening.


7 comments:

Jean Hardy said...

Lovely card Debi - nice combination of lace and bits and bobs. Love your chickens too. Many thanks for joining in the challenge again. Jean x

Florence said...

Another fabulous card Debi. Love all of the different elements you have used. The papers go perfectly with this image. Looovely photos of the chooks. The fox had 5 of my older girls last month. I am now left with the 13 younger chicks which are fondly known as the hooligans!! :)
Thank you for playing along with the Crafty Individuals Challenge.
Flo x

Lynne Moncrieff said...

A beautiful vintage inspired card, gorgeous colours.
Thank you for entering the Crafty Individuals challenge.
Good Luck!
Wishes
Lynne

Coco said...

This is an adorable card.. also your chickens are really lovely!! :D
Thank you very much for joining in the Crafty Individuals challenge this month Debi. Crafty hugs, Coco x

Gio said...

Your card is fabuous Debi, such rich colours. And nice to meet your lovely chicks :-)
Thank you for entering the Crafty Individuals challenge :-)

butterfly said...

Lovely chickens - both real and stamped! The card has a wonderful French Rustic feel about it - beautifully done.
Alison x

laury55 said...

another great card, we also had chicken when I was young and of course each had its name too