Today I have a card that I made to enter into the SAS4K challenge. This challenge is to make a Spring or Easter card suitable for a child (as always). I made several of these and they will be added to the cards I will be sending to Lynnette to take to Stollery Childrens' Hospital in Edmonton.
I love the way these cards turned out and they are easy peasy to make. I used a center step tutorial on Split Coast Stampers for the base. Beacause i wanted the center panel to be a little wider, I changed up the measurements a little and made the side panels 3/4" instead of 1".
I used an oval nestability to make the mask and sponged around it to highlight the area where the little chickie goes. Also used nestabiltiies for the sentiment label.
I have seen many variations of the chick and so not sure who to give credit for that. I used Stampin Up punches- large oval and scallop circle and sponged the edges. And of course, googlie eyes and a tuft of feather. The eggshell is a Hot Off the Press clear stamp called Small Easter Chick. I used markers to color the stamp, stamped it, used the same oval punch and then trimmed off the top chick part. Put everything together, and I was done.
Hope you liked my card today.
Now I am off to get the SAS4K package ready to mail.
Wishing a Happy Day to you.
Theresa in Kitimat