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Saturday, April 6, 2019

A to Z Challenge - 2019 - F is for Feathers

We've made it through one week in the A to Z Challenge!  Fortunately I have been able to keep up and tomorrow I'll have all day to prep for next week and hopefully beyond.  At least I have some idea of what I'm doing for the rest of the letters, except for a few.

Today's example from my card making file is Feathers.  This first one is to encourage a friend who may be having some hard times.  "Don't let life ruffle your feathers" it says on the outside.  There are several different types of feathers on the front of the card and the inside has more. 



You can't really tell on this one but there are sparkly gems on some of the dots and the gold one is called a Dazzle sticker.  


And the envelope.  I really have to work on the lighting I have in the new studio if I'm going to be taking pictures.  They come out too dark.  I am using my phone because it takes the best close up pictures but I can see some experimenting is in order.



The second example is a birthday card.  A little different with the types of feathers, all of which are made from paper. 




The inside and the envelope.



Aren't they fab?  Please take a minute to visit my Etsy shop.  The pictures there are much better, at least for now.  Click on the links above.  Visit the other A to Z'ers and congratulate them on the week.  Thanks to Linda for giving us an "F" word (fab) for the #SoCS! 




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6 comments:

  1. Fun feathers. Can you imagine how spectacular a bird would be sporting some of those?

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    1. Thanks Deborah! I think a bird with these feathers would be spectacular.

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  2. I love how they are layered :-)

    Ronel visiting from the A-Z Challenge with Music and Writing: Fleeting Fancy

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    1. Thanks Ronel! Layering gives them such personality I think.

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  3. Those are great feathers. Love it!

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