April 6, 2017

Easter Tweet with Stampin' Up! Little Cuties

Good Morning and happy Thursday! Wohoo, we're almost to Friday, which means we're almost to the weekend! Well, today's card comes from the Little Cuties stamp set and the name fits perfectly as these stamps are truly, "little cuties". I love them. Anyway, with Easter right around the corner I decided to make an Easter card and I decided to use the sketch challenge from my Facebook page as my layout (hint - kill 2 birds with one stone! ;))
I also decided I wanted to work with some of the retiring In-colors since they will be going away soon and I LOVE them sooooo much. I'm really going to have to stock up on these before they're gone for good and if you love them as much as I do, you should do the same because after April 10th, when the retirement list is released, once they sell out, that will be it, they will be "while supplies last". Sad I know, but we also know "all good things must come to an end" and in the case of SU!, it just means more good things to come. Just making room for brand new awesomeness!
To color this little chick, I used my blender pen and the Delightful Dijon ink pad and for her little tiny beak and legs, I used the fine tip of the Watermelon Stampin' Write marker from the 2015-2017 In-Color collection. I adhered all of the layers flat using fast fuse however, I did pop the little chick up on a dimensional. 
I hope this card made you smile and encourages you to pull out your In-colors, grab a sketch and play with a cute stamp set yourself. Play around and have some fun. Have a great day everyone and happy stamping,

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