3 February 2016

CB Teasers | Easter Chicks

Hello there and welcome to more Clearly Besotted Teasers. Today I am sharing a card and a little gift using two new sets. They both contain super cute chick images. The first, Chirpy Chicks is an outline set and the second, Cool Chick is a smaller solid image set. First up is the card I made using the Chirpy Chicks set.


I started off by stamping the chicks on to some white cardstock and then coloured them in using Copic Markers. They were then cut out using the matching die collection. I then applied Glossy Accents to the egg shells and left aside to dry.
 

I took a panel of white cardstock (cut using the SSS Stitched Rectangle dies) and blended over some Tumbled Glass Distress Ink. I then took another of the panels, cut this a second time using the ME Grassy Trio die and added Distress Ink on to this also. For the grass I used Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn inks. These were layered up on to a white A2 card base, along with the chicks, to make a little scene. The sentiment is from the Cool Chick set.


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COPIC MARKERS: Y17, Y15, Y13, Y11. E51, E50.

Next up, I wanted to create a little gift bag type thing to accompany the card. I first took a sheet of Doodlebug paper and cut this on my Cricut Explore using the Popcorn Box cut file. This was assembled and mini ester eggs added inside. I then wrapped this with a cellophane bag.

 
I cut a WPlus9 Timeless Tag from white cardstock and added some Tumbled Glass Distress Ink to it for the sky. I then cut a little grass strip from MFT paper and added this to the bottom. The sentiment, from the Cool Chick set was stamped at the bottom.
 

I then took the Cool Chick set and stamped one of the little chicks on to it using yellow inks. I then stamped the eyes and beak using black ink. The chick was cut out using the matching die from the die collection. He was then added to the tag with foam tape. To finish off, I wrapped the bag up using ribbon and then added the tag with some twine.


SUPPLIES:

Here are the links to what I have used on the card. Please click on the picture or wording to be taken to where I purchased it. Affiliate links are used on some products. This means that if you make a purchase after clicking on my link, I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support when using these links.



Thank you so much for visiting me today. Please pop over and see Stephanie, who will not only have some amazing teasers to share with you, she will also have links to the rest of the DT sharing today. Have a great day and I hope to see you tomorrow for another teaser :)

11 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness - these are so cute!! I love love love that little box - amazing what a cutting machine can do? Loving your teasers. Am hoping you're doing the Pirates.... They are a must for me!! Xx

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  2. Oooozing cuteness big style Michelle! Totally perfect, crisp and adorable! Not you are doing OK! Hugs Sarah x

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  3. Fab projects Michelle, loving these little chicks x

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  4. Very cute chicks. Fab creations x

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  5. These chicks are far too cute. Love your cards.

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  6. those little chicks couldn't be any more adorable! LOVE the colouring!

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  7. Those little chicks are so sweet..and what fabulous design. I love the cute gift box too...that would make the perfect Easter gift.
    Hugs
    Missy Pink x

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  8. Aww. I totally LOVE your gift- I want to go and make something like it and your little chick scene is gorgeous. I def need that grass die too!

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  9. Cute card and treat box/tag.

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