Birds of a Feather by Lynne Moncrieff


Sharing a small card with you, I don’t share cards very often.


(Other Character Constructions stamps MTP No. 10, Queen of Tarts No. 1)
Walnut Ink (substitute with Ranger Walnut Ink Distress Spray or Distress Ink)
Extra: Stained Fibres


Apply walnut ink to cardstock. Just before it dries, splatter more walnut ink, producing a lovely mottled effect, perfect for nature inspired projects. Once dry, tear cardstock into size required, adhering to cardbase.

Stamp image directly and onto scrap pieces of walnut ink cardstock, stamp label, egg and branch. Fussy cut all. Attach fibre to egg, dangle from branch. 

Apply copper paint onto pair of wings, slightly bending. Once dry, place onto image and finally, apply paint to edge of cardbase, I like to apply with my fingertips.

Until next week,



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  1. A beautiful vintage style card Lynne and love all the shabby chic texture on there too.
    Fliss xx

  2. She's a very beautiful image Lynne with the sentiment working so well with your theme. The finger is the only way to apply those Metallic Paints :))
    Hugs & Wishes Tracey x

  3. So very lovely , Lynne, beautiful with the copper tone and walnut together, and love you fussy cut the branch too . Gorgeous with your fibers to add texture, a most beautiful card, dear. xxx

  4. A wonderful image on your lovely card, and the touches of copper give it a beautiful warmth.
    Alison x

  5. A beautiful piece of collage art Lynne! xx

  6. So beautiful dear Lynne!
    Jackie xx

  7. Truly beautiful Lynne, I love the addition of the speckled egg, I’m very tempted by this stamp set after seeing what awesomeness you create with it!
    Donna xx


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