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Hey there! Our Stampers Dozen Blog Hop theme for January is Sale-a-bration. Every time you spend $50 from January 4th through March 31st you get to choose something FREE from the Sale-a-bration brochure! yay!


I created with the already-so-popular-stamp-set-it's-already-on-backorder, Hey Chick!


I embossed the So Saffron layer with the Hexagons Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, which give a chicken-wire-ish look!


After I stamped the hen with Early Espresso ink I colored her body lightly with a Basic Black Watercolor Pencil. I colored her feet and beak with a Pumpkin Pie Watercolor Pencil, and her comb with a Real Red Stampin' Write Marker. I lightly scribbled some ground around her feet with an Early Espresso Watercolor Pencil.

After coloring I cut with a Layering Oval Framelit, then adhered to an Early Espresso scalloped oval.

Hey Chick!, which comes in wood-mount (includes coordinating wood blocks) or clear-mount (red rubber ready to attach to clear blocks) can be yours when you order at least $50 before tax & shipping in my online store:

Inside I stamped the crazy-headed chicken with Early Espresso and added a sentiment with Real Red ink.  I stamped the envelope flap with the Butterfly Basics chickenwire-looking image.


Click on "Next Blog" to see what Judy Garza has created for us.Click on "Previous blog" to go backwards to Laura Milligan.



Use this supply list to order everything you need to make your own Hey Chick card!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


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