Tuesday 23 July 2013

Stamps by Judith Summer Dorky Bird

Hi all. I thought I would post up the attached card today as it's been ages since I did anything with my lovely Stamps by Judith stamp and this card happens to be one of the techniques I will be teaching at my classes at Stamperama on August 11th.

This lovely stamp is called Dorky Bird and she / he comes as an undressed bird who you can leave as it is or dress up with the sweet accessory stamps.

I think it's really a fun thing to do and you end up with quite a comical image without it being too cute.
For this card I stamped the bird on to a piece of card and coloured with promarkers. I then stamped the shoes, hat and bag on a separate piece of card and cut them out, and stuck them on to the bird......simple!

Did you spot the cute little bees? They are stubby stamps which are just perfect for adding a bit of interest to your backgrounds. I've also added a bit od sponging and some doodling for good measure.

Finally I created my own background papers, once again using some sticks and stubbies and a bit of sponging. Hope you like it!

Here are some challenges that I would like to enter:


Thanks for stopping by today.

Sharon x


  1. Just gorgeous,fabulous image and details.xxx

  2. Dorky bird is super gorgeous. Thank you for playing along with my challenge at PFP this week & good luck. Jane x

  3. Hi Sharon, What a fun card and stamp! Love it. Hugs, Carol S.xx

  4. What a fun card! Made me smile :) Thanks for sharing it with us at Anything Goes.
    Hugs, Janine xx

  5. A gorgeous creation. Thank you for sharing it with us at the One Stop Craft Challenge this week.


  6. How cute! Love the background paper! Thanks for joining us at The One Stop Craft CHallenge!

  7. Love this easel card and the image is very cute - thank you for joining us over at the Lacy Sunshine Challenge - Lynn DT

  8. A great card, such a cute image. thanks for joining us at ACR
    Hugz Fleur xXx


I love to receive your comments, so thanks so much for taking the time to visit me and tell me what you think. Happy crafting! Sharon