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Dress the Owl!!

Hello BRI friends Waleska here, today I want to share a set of cards I created with the fun Sunny Studio Happy Owl-o-ween Stamp Set, this Owl can be dressed in different ways to create different cards it is a very versatile stamp set, I like a lot.

 

For my first card I dressed the cute Owl as a pirate with all the different elements on the set.   All the cards have a base of  3x5.5 inches, I combined different stamp sets to create the little scenes and lots of distress ink colors. Back to my pirate card I used distress inks Squeezed Lemonade and Carved Pumpkin for the sky and for the water I used Salty Ocean.  The palm tree and island are from Island Getaway Sunny Studio too.


My second card is a Spooky scene, I dressed the cute owl as a witch on a brum.  For the background I used the same colors from the prior card but to give the background a night feel I sponge the edges with Black Soot Distress ink.  I added some bats and the brum from the Halloween Cuties Stamp and the fence is from one of my all time favorite MFT Halloween set Frightful Friends. (there are some at the shop and they are on sale!!!)


For my last card I dressed the owl as a Bee surrounded by the cutest birds from the A Birds Life Stamp Set.  For the background on this one I used the same colors from the other cards plus Worn Lipstick Distress Ink.  I color all the images with markers and used Versafine Onyx Black and clear embossing powder for more black images.


This cute owl can be dressed in many different ways let me share all the options you will have with this adorable set:

I hope you like my cards, have a nice day!

You are OWLsome!


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  1. Wonderful cards. The backgrounds are great and your coloring is perfect.

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  2. Aw this is just too cute. I really like all the three cards and the different ways you dressed up the owls. Thanks for sharing this! I will be forwarding this to other people looking for such articles asap!

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