Bird Singing Circle of Hope Song

9.07.2015

Good morning friends.  This is my second post for today. For my Guest Design card for Without Words Challenge "For The Boys" please click HERE or scroll down to the end of this post.

Sharing with you on this lovely Monday morning for another brand new challenge over at Outlawz Monday Greetings is my Circle of Hope card, featuring this beautiful digi calls Bird Singing by the talented lovely Angie of Angie's Cards & Digis, one of our two fabulous sponsors for this week challenge. Our second fabulous sponsor is KennyKdownloads.com

This week theme is ADD CIRCLES. Use as little or as much as you like! The sky's the limit. Speaking of sky, here I am using Build-A-Scene Rolling Clouds dies from Taylored Expressions. Also from Taylored Expressions, the Build-A-Scene Rolling Hills.


For my circles part of the theme, I used C.C. Designs' ByDIEzyne stitched cirlces to first cut out my sentiment, then put a golden-orange stitched circle frame around it. Here is how I put this layout together.


Couple side-view for you. Once again I took advantage of the gorgeous sunny day and brought my card outside for photo shoots.



I didn't have any particular bird in mind when I was coloring this sweet little birdie up. The turquoise and bright golden-orange color combo have always bring me joy and smile on my not so lovely day. So I thought these colors would be perfect for this sweet little birdie to send out the message about Hope in addition to the bright golden-orange sky background.

Copic colors chart:

BIRD: B000, B00, B02, Y28, Y19, Y17, Y15, Y13, YR12
BRANCH: Y00, YG03, YG06, E47, E44



Thank you friends for sharing your day and thoughts with me. I hope you can come join my lovely teammates and I over at Outlawz Monday Greetings for this week fun CIRCLES theme! Please don't hesitate to e-mail me for any questions. May HOPE be with you friends.



2 comments :

  1. Beautiful card with a lovely sentiment... and the beautiful colored image fits so well with it!

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  2. I love what you did with the clouds and how you fit the circle in there with them!

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