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Tweetful Cards Project by Mindy Lacefield

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Girl-House card:

I used postcard size fabriano paper and painted a neutral background with coarse bristle brushes. While the paper was drying, I stamped the bird onto some regular muslin fabric. I then cut out a piece of green felt in the shape of a house and free motion stitched the house onto the paper. Lastly, I loosely painted the girl with acrylic paints and stitched the birdie stamped fabric at the top of her head.

Bird Nest card:

This project started very organically with some free hand brush strokes loaded with watery acrylic paint. I then stamped the nest birdie onto some lined school paper and cut some long strips of vintage ephemera. I used these strips to make a nest that I adhered with gel medium. Next, I free motion stitched some leaves using felt and ephemera under the nest. Then I stitched around the nest for added texture as well as around the bird stamped paper.

Tip:

If you do not have a darning foot to free motion stitch the pieces, stitching with embroidery thread by hand would look exquisite.

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Girl-House card:

I used postcard size fabriano paper and painted a neutral background with coarse bristle brushes. While the paper was drying, I stamped the bird onto some regular muslin fabric. I then cut out a piece of green felt in the shape of a house and free motion stitched the house onto the paper. Lastly, I loosely painted the girl with acrylic paints and stitched the birdie stamped fabric at the top of her head.

Bird Nest card:

This project started very organically with some free hand brush strokes loaded with watery acrylic paint. I then stamped the nest birdie onto some lined school paper and cut some long strips of vintage ephemera. I used these strips to make a nest that I adhered with gel medium. Next, I free motion stitched some leaves using felt and ephemera under the nest. Then I stitched around the nest for added texture as well as around the bird stamped paper.

Tip:

If you do not have a darning foot to free motion stitch the pieces, stitching with embroidery thread by hand would look exquisite.

 
Tweetful Cards Project by Mindy Lacefield
Tweetful Cards Project by Mindy Lacefield
Tweetful Cards Project by Mindy Lacefield

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