A quick and cheerful spring card to share with you today! I made this card using the little fuzzy chick image from The Stamps of Life Eggs4Easter stamp set. The chick in the middle is the "true" shape of the stamp. Because the belly of the chick stamp is open (the stamp's clear polymer doesn't completely fill the center of the stamp), the stamp can be shaped a bit, allowing for the chick to become taller, shorter, thinner, fatter! To create this grouping, I stamped the original chick once, put a post-it note mask over it, reshaped the chick stamp, and stamped the chick a couple more times. Such a fun and easy way to create a group!
It was so fun being able to give a bit of shape to these chicks! Once I had them stamped, I colored them with Touch Twin markers and added a bit of grass around their feet with a Prismacolor colored pencil. The little fatty in the front was stamped on a separate piece of paper, then cut out and adhered to the card using foam adhesive. This makes him pop out a bit from the others, and really say hello!
Stamp: Eggs4Easter by The Stamps of Life
Ink: Black Memento, Antique Linen Distress Ink by Ranger, Dusty Durango by Stampin' Up!
ShinHan Touch Twin markers: Y36, YR31, YR32, R3, R2, GY175, 0, CG.5
Paper: Neenah, Bo Bunny
Other: Prismacolor Pencil (Kelp Green), button, baker's twine, tracing wheel