Sunday, January 15, 2017

Cardinal


If I look outside, I would see piles and piles of snow and fields of white...and if by chance, I would see a bright spot of red in the tree. A cardinal. They are breathtaking in my winter's snowy backyard.


I received Hero Art's Layering Cardinal Stamp and Die Set as a Christmas Gift and decided that A Blog Named Hero's New To Me Challenge was the perfect reason to get it inky. It is a beautiful set! I paired it with some patterned paper and a sentiment from Right at Home's Script Greeting Stamp Set.



14 comments:

  1. I love cardinals! I'm always happy to see one pop up when I'm outside in the trees taking care of the cats. This guy is as handsome as they come. :)

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  2. The pop of red from the bird and the black chevron strip are so eye catching, love this design! My daughter got a bird feeder for Christmas and we've been graced with the appearance of a beautiful, bright cardinal on occasion lately!

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  3. Way to rock the Cardinal Karen! This is a beauty!

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  4. Wow beautiful. I love the colors for the cardinal. I think if blues were used could pass for a steller jay which we have a lot of. I love this card and the strips.. Awesome

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  5. I absolutely love this. The cardinal is so beautiful. We've had a couple in our backyard. They are stunning.

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  6. An eyecatcher - crisp, clear and amazing colors, Karen.

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  7. Karen, beautiful card! The cardinal is so bright and clear against the white and black! Love the layout. Thanks for joining ABNH!

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  8. Oh Wow!!!! That a stunning card - so beautiful in colors and the Cardinal is gorgeous!

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  9. Beautiful card Karen, the cardinal looks so majestic!

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  10. What a stunning card, Karen! That cardinal just pops right off the card and I LOVE the touch of chevron along the edge! Absolutely wonderful!!!
    Thank you for playing along with us over at A Blog Named Hero! :)

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  11. We don't have cardinals here that I know of- but your imagery & this beautiful creation makes me wish we did...

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