"The bluebird sings a lullaby, the firefly gives a light,
the twinkling stars are candles bright, Sleep, [Child], Good Night."
Elizabeth T. Dillingham
There's just something about the bluebird that I find so magical and majestic. My creative infatuation with bluebirds took off with the first card in this post and I had to create another version. I have a tutorial on giving personality to silhouette images over on the Skipping Stones Design blog today featuring the Garden Stamp Kiss stamp set.
I based the card off of the sketch over at Wee Memories, their last challenge. (What a great run, and thank you for the inspiration!) I hope you can pop on over to the Skipping Stones Design Blog too, to let me know how my tutorial was, albeit a brief one. (This is where learning how to shoot a video might be helpful! On the to-do list, I assure you!)
Cardstock: (Rustic White) PTI, (Blue) The Paper Source
Patterned Paper: (Orange from Stella & Rose Collection) My Mind's Eye
Stamps: (Bird and text from Garden Stamp Kiss, Sentiment from Healing Wings) Skipping Stones Design
Ink: (Vintage Photo, Antique Linen, Walnut Stain Distress) Ranger
Fiber: (Natural Burlap String) May Arts
Tools: (Eyelet Border) PTI
Other: (Colored Pencils) PrismaColor