I haven't got one of those beautiful leaf stamps but got inspired to use my Cuttlebug folder and Stampin Up bird punch instead. Here's the result. I've got teh rounded corners, cut-out X3, a few blings, beautiful paper, simple sentiment and ribbon.
paper: SU Urban Garden, paper pizzazz
ink: paper pizzazz, baja breeze
punches: bird, modern label
others: paper pizzazz ribbon, pearls, cuttelbug bird folder
I love these colours together, so much so that I even sponged them on to the pale bird - you can just make out the colours in the close-up photo. I inked the folder with baja breeze and so it's like a letter press when run through the Cuttlebug. Another technique I liked used here is using a fork to tie a ribbon - granted this ribbon is probably too thick for this technique but I thought it's quite cute.
Here's another one:
Having completed the above, I remembered my Tim Holtz birdcage die and the bird cage paper I've been reserving for 'who knows what'; it was almost a shame to cut it! I can't wait for my SU stamp called Aviary which will allow me to CASE the paper. Ha!
I've still got the rounded corners, beautiful paper, ribbon, simple sentiment, some cut-outs and bling.
paper: SU whisper white and early espresso, daffodil patterned paper, American Crafts birdcage
ink: paper pizzazz, early espresso
stamp: french filligree
punches: SU bird, Tim Holtz Caged bird
others: paper pizzazz ribbon, pearls, large flower brad
I may not have those lovely leaf stamps but I do have this beautiful flourish stamp. I just love it.
There you have it - two new entries.