I started by stamping the adorable Chirpy (Stampavie) onto white cardstock with some black ink, and then I colored it with Copic markers. I used some fine detail scissors to cut it out.
My card base is a light blue cardstock, and I die cut some Puffy Clouds from white cardstock and adhered them toward the top of the card. I glued a small strip of light green cardstock to the bottom of the card and then I die cut the Victorian Picket Fence (Cheery Lynn Designs) from kraft cardstock and glued it near the bottom of my card. I die cut the Grass border (Cheery Lynn Designs) from light green cardstock several times, and I glued down several layers of the grass on the bottom of the card.
I stuck some Joy Foam Pads (small) to the back of my colored Chirpy image and nestled it down into the grass. I pulled some of the grass pieces out from the sides and arranged them to frame the egg. An Easter sentiment was stamped inside the card.
I love this adorable Chirpy stamp. It's just perfect for creating cards to send to young children as well as those who are young at heart. :-) As always, you can use this code, Holly-10, to save 10% off your order at Classy Cards 'n Such.
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
Cheery Lynn Designs #71 - Easter
Crafty Bloggers Network #9 - Spring or Pastel
Lexi's Creations #85 - Easter
Stamp and Create - Fur or Feathers