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Friday, February 9, 2024

Bird of freedom ...

Good morning,
Many changes taking place in my life these days and I’m trying to manage each one the best I can …

One of those changes involved a rather fast and furious move to the other side of the valley I live in and that means I have to downsize my crafting stuff that just got tossed into boxes and moved.

I’ve been working on it little by little and I have made great strides but I still have more that needs to be attended to.

Anyway, I have a box of half-finished projects that I have now started to deal with and one of them was this ornament bird kit from Darcies that I have had so long I absolutely can not remember where I got it from. Which makes sense as the kit was released in late 2010 I believe.

It is a 3-D type ornament that uses wood and acrylic shapes and creates a bit of a shaker window on either side.

But I love and decided to finish it. I used some positive, confirming sentiments I had from Unity Stamps because I feel like this bird represents me right now.
  • Acrylic Ornament, free bird from Darcie’s
  • Design paper from Close to My Heart (Scrap piece)
  • Embossing folder from Spellbinders (Music)
  • Ink from Tsukineko (Versafine clair), Stampin Up! & Ranger Distress Ink
  • Seed beads & twine from my stash
  • Sentiments from Unity Stamps

Thanks for stopping by!
Hugs, Cara

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