Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Little Red Wagon Challenge #279 ~ Birds of A Feather

Good Morning.  Welcome to another Wednesday and another new challenge at Little Red Wagon.  If you joined me last week for our Beachy Keen challenge, make sure you have checked back to see if you were one of our featured cards.  This week our hostess is Joanne and she wants to see BIRDS OF A FEATHER ~ use either birds or feathers on your project.  Or both if you get really ambitious :)

I searched through my stamps and did not come up with anything that caught my eye.  So I did a little searching on Pinterest and came up with a pattern for paper feathers.  You can get your copy HERE.  They were fun to make up although be careful when you are shaping them after you have cut the fringe.  I have a couple of "half feathers" to do something with another time.  This card is far from my usual style and had me "spreading my wings" (pun intended) for this challenge.

Card Stock ~ Recollections, Bazzill
Patterned Paper ~ MME Santa Claus (proof you can use Christmas paper
for lots of other projects)
Patterned Vellum ~ Creative Memories
Sentiments ~ My Creative Time Just a Little Note to Say
Close to My Heart Chocolate Ink
Tim Holtz Tea dye Distress Ink
Your Next Stamp Fishtail/Banner Die Set
Button, Twine, Brads ~ "Use It Up" Inventory

Thanks for dropping by.  Hope you join us this week for the BIRDS OF A FEATHER challenge at Little Red Wagon and link up your project.  While you are there, don't forget to check out what the other girlfriends have made too.

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather


  1. Love the rustic look of this! So great!

  2. Love those feathers. Nice take on the challenge.

  3. I just love your card, Heather! Your hand-made feathers are fabulous!!
    Joanne xo

  4. This is stunning. The feathers are gorgeous. I thought they were die cuts until I read the description. Thanks for the link!

  5. Oh, Heather, this is amazing! Love how you made the feathers out of a script paper - it's stunning!


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