The leaf frame was actually used as a stencil but I liked it so well that I finished sponging color on it and used it to frame this pretty bird. Salty Ocean Distress Oxide ink turns out to be much brighter than I remembered but I do love the way it helps that little bird stand out on his branch.
As you can see, there is no sentiment attached. I couldn't decide on one so I'll wait until the occasion arises before adding one to the card. I have several made up that don't have a sentiment just for that reason. That way, if I'm needing one and don't have time to make a new one, I can always pick one that's already to use.
Stamp Set: Birds of a Feather (Altenew)
Inks: Vanilla Cream, Hazelnut, Almond Butter (Altenew); Distress Oxide Salty Ocean (Tim Holtz)
Cardstock: Whisper White, Early Espresso (Stampin' Up!)
Patterned Paper: Floral Romance Specialty Designer Series Paper (Stampin' Up!)
Dies: Birds of a Feather Die, Leaf Frame Cover Die (Altenew)
Other: Crystal Clear Droplets (Ellen Hutson)
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