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I love the brown birdy in the bottom corner. How about one of your cool banner sentiments in white running along the bottom?

Love this card. I need to go check out your other posts on the handcarved stamps. If you add something else to the card might I suggest a little strip of dp or a greeting in the chocolate panel on the bottom of the card?

Happy Stamping!

Those are too cute! You are very talented.

Love it.

Oh girl, you are on a roll! This might be the cutest one yet!

Way too cute! I love your layout and the white on kraft is so country and charming!

Are you the lady who designs the SO CUTE chicken stamps for Whippersnapper Designs? I have ALL of your little guys and gals, and I LOVE them! My friends have learned to expect
chickens for their birthdays. Thanks so much, and keep them coming.
I know this post has nothing to do with your hand-carved stamp--sorry. (I like that one too.)

How cute is that! Love the bird. Love the card.

That is SO COOL! You are AWESOME!!! I love your stamp, and your card. 100% FABULOUS! You must be having a BLAST!!! :D

Anna, your carved images are just adorable! I love this bird!!

These cards are so stinkin' "tweet" I mean "sweet"
Love all the cards you have mad ein this style. TFS

Fabulous!

I haven't commented on these yet, but just wanted to say I've been loving ALL these hand carved stamps! You're amazing!!!

Your hand carved stamps are killing me! I ADORE them! This bird, and the card you made with it are amazing! I think the echinaecia is still my fave, but I love them all!

I think it needs a nice little Happy Bird-day tag underneath the button with a coordinating envelope addressed to me!! "wink" ;0) Such a cute card and stamp. I like the dark brown background really makes the kraft and birdies stand out.

Love your little bird - the card is really fun.

I LOVE your hand-carved stamps! Perhaps I missed it, but did you explain how/what materials you used to make them? Would you ever consider doing a photo tutortial? They rock!

This is gorgeous Anna!!

Ohhhhhhh...I love this card. That bird is adorable!

Again...you are amazing!!! love your newest hand carved stamp and your cool card!

Ack! I LOVE this one too! I think you're on to something!

What a fun card! The little handcarved bird is absolutely adorable!! You're ever so talented sooo many areas!!

Hi Anna, Wow I absolutely love all your hand carved stamps and ideas. I'm just going to have to learn to be an artist someday and get a few of those myself. We just finished the remodel on my craft room last night..woohooo now comes the hard part organizing all my schtuff..

I love this card just the way it is. I already have way more craft projects than I will ever see to completion, but know I want to try carving my own stamps!!!
Have a great day, stay cool in TX (national news is covering the heat crisis there!) HUGS...

I love this card! These hand stamps are so incredible.

love love love this little bird. You just keep on amazing me with your talents.

I really love the folk-art look of the hand carved stamps. Just lovely.

Love this card! I love the simplicity of it!

You've got another winner. What a great card! I just LOVE your hand carved creations.

I made my own stamp a few years ago when we started Letterboxing. Yours are way better!! Love the rustic look you are getting.

Love this Anna!!!

I love it! This rustic bird is adorable!

Anna,
I love these hand carved stamped cards. You may inspire me to dig out my carving materials and try this again.
I think the card needs a little greeting, but place it on the bottom black area. Any news on the cows, I'm waiting...

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