Thursday, 14 February 2013

Ey up me duck!

That's Nottinghamshire for Hello!
A very quick post to show you the birthday card I made for Steve at the end of January, and to give you a reminder that the theme at Stamping Sensations for February is Fur and feathers. This card features the fabulous 'Oh,Duck!' Stamp from Sheena Douglass. I used up some more snippets of inky papers and some snippets of black put through the cuttlebug with the gorgeous cattails die from spellbinders. The sentiment is very old and I can't remember the make, and the fancy label is also a spellbinders die.
Yes, it has got to be that quick tonight. I am number crunching data for work.
Thanks for looking!

11 comments:

  1. That card makes me smile, just what we need at this time of year. Lovely colouring too. Hope your weather up in Nottingham has improved. Haven't heard from our son in the last couple of days so not sure how bad your snow has been. Take care. xx Maggie

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  2. Oh this is such a fun card! I know a birdwatcher who would love it - hmmm, another stamp to add to my wish list!

    Gan canny, pet! (Geordie for 'Take care, me duck!)

    love Mags B x

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  3. A gorgeous card,love the image and fab papers.xxx

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  4. And don't they pronounce it 'dook' Sal ?

    I knew you would have these stamps as they are right up your street and a great card. And do I also spy some new Spellbinders ? Toot toot.

    B x

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  5. One of my favourite stamps, lol. Love the way you used it, Sally. Sorry I haven't been to visit much, lately and hope you're looking forward to your half term break xxx

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  6. Delightful - love the way that you've placed the bullrushes coming off the main image & just mingling with the stamped detail. Lovely use of colour tieing the image in the background too & giving a sense of reedy green!
    Paula (PEP)

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  7. lol.. you know me and birds .. but ducks dont count .. i thiknk this is fab!

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  8. Great card Sally, love that duck! Enjoy half term, hope you haven't got too much work to do!
    Valx

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  9. Great use of he bulrushes. I thought the same when I saw this stamp, great for locals! Love the colouring too.
    Lynn x

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  10. Love this card Sally! My other hobby is birdwatching, so I especially like birdstamps. I didn't know this one, but it's really great! Hugs, Annelies

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  11. What perfect stamping and the duck stamp is so much fun, once again the colours are magical.

    Marie

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