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Birdie Love

I love all of the collages available at Altered Pages, I can not have one favorite , but the bird one's are just adorable ! I was in the card making mood & these little birdies were staring at me , wanting to get used !!!! I used #2125 Little Spring Birdies and # 1561 Birds with hats !I first created a background using Punchinella and a blending tool , loaded ink ( your color choice) and did various designs ! I also inked the edges. Then gave a quick spritz of clear glitter spritz...spray again your choice of product , I just wanted a little glitz ! I used my bird cage die from Altered Pages love these dies !! I used glue to attach onto my background , added my birdies I had cut out with the crowns , after I glue them on I added some glitter to the crowns.
The sweetest ever little group of birdies gathered for a visit were also attached using my tape gun , I put pearls on each corner .

 I used a die cut banner and stamped the word "listen" , I taped this also to the card on top of some tape  !

All done and ready to use !!  Hope you are inspired to create some cards ! I like to have some on hand for any occasion , ready to use !! Using collages from Altered Pages makes it even more easy & quick !
Have a delightful day !
The Little Things


  1. Love birds, too. This is adorable.

  2. These sweet little birdies with Eunice's touch make the most perfect cards for giving! So darling!


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