Carolina Girl (Cely)
Peaches are FINALLY in!  Nothing like leaning over the sink eating a peach while the juice runs down the arm.  Humm...I say that about fresh, summer, tomato sandwiches, boiled peanuts, and this a Southern thing!  lol

I'm into dies a lot this week.  The Mother Hen Eggie is from Kadoodle, the chicken wire die is from MFT, and the idea/casing from Steph. I massed produced 5 of  The hardest part was figuring out how to get it too look like it was popping out of the fence.  I should have had a little dry corn for the photo instead of the flower...haha

A2, white highlighter pen, watercolor pencils, .01 black pen pop-ups for dimension on nose and wings

twine, font made in Silhouette Studio

11 Responses
  1. NanaConnie Says:

    This is adorable,Cely! Love the chicken-wire background. Terrific dimension!

  2. WellCely, you did a fine job if I must say so myself ...haha Keep the cards coming.

  3. Faith A Says:

    Fabulous, you really do have some brilliant ideas and love how you have got depth here.

  4. Super cute!! You did an awesome job!! Thanks for the link to my blog!! I made a file in silhouette studio for the 'explosion'. If you use silhouette I can share it with you. 😉

  5. Pat (mspfd) Says:

    Super adorable. You always make the most fabulous creations.

  6. Jackie Says:

    What a wonderful fun image and a fabulous card, I love the chicken wire die :o)
    Jackie xx

  7. *Vicki* Says:

    And I'm chicken in with you on this sweet card!! :) Love those darling eyes on this chick and the dimension is lovely!! Love the chicken wire in the background too!! Thanks for the inspiration!! HUGS

  8. Oh is this just the sweetest or what!?!? LOVE the chicken wire and how he is popping out of it!

    You made my mouth water talking about fresh peaches and tomatoes!


  9. It really does look like she's popping out. Very creative!


  10. Billie A Says:

    Awesome card and love the colors and darling image. Like the way she is popping out of the paper.

  11. Lola Says:

    This is SOOOOO cute! I love everything about it. I mean everything - even the flower! I guess you could have used can corn if you didn't have dry corn, but I still think the flower adds interest.

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