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A Little Flamingo Thank You

The flamingo images on Tickled Pink (and coordinating thin dies) are so CUTE!! Wouldn't it be fun to get a little PINK thank you sporting a flamingo -- that was my thought when I was creating my June thank you cards

A value pack white daisy A2 (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") card base to start. A 5" x 3 3/4" Pixie cardstock piece matted on a 5 1/8" x 3 7/8" black cardstock completes the first layer.

A 4 1/2" x 3 1/4" White Daisy piece will be the canvas for two flamingos stamped using the swiping technique - ink your image and then slide it across the ink pad and then stamp it. I wanted the look of feathers. The first step was to add the look of water with the light blue watercolor paint. Just a couple of strokes. Be sure and let your project dry before moving on, you can use your craft heater.

Now stamp your flamingos so their feet are in the water. I used Pixie ink for the bodies and Cotton Candy ink for the wings. Black ink for the legs and beak. Now on to stamp the sentiment, I chose 'Tickled Pink' from the Tickled Pink stamp set. I added the sun from this month's Stamp of the Month, A Long Way Home (S1606), which can be yours for only $5 with a qualifying order!!

And to finish, I added black squiggly lines for the look of movement in the water.

Mat this White Daisy cardstock piece to a 4 5/8" x 3 3/8" Black cardstock base.


Supplies Used
Calypso paper pack (X7210B)
Tickled Pink stamp set (C1651)
The Long Way Home stamp set (S1606)
Pixie Ink (Z2644)
Cotton Candy Ink (Z2193)
Black Ink (Z2105)
Canary Ink (Z2643)
White Daisy cardstock (1385)
Black Cardstock (1386)
Pixie Cardstock (X5773)
Value Pack Card Bases and Envelopes (X254)
Watercolors (Z3132)
Paintbrushes (Z3188)
Journaling pen (Z1979)
3D Foam Tape thin (Z2060)


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