Monday, June 9, 2008

Becky Inspired *sneak peek*


I've been looking at some of Becky's sneak peeks and she is just making the most darling polka dotted hens. I can't remember the name of that particular breed of chicken, but I have seen black and white hens at farms and even a few children's picture books. So I decided to try my own. I think it has way too many dots (need more white space!).

I thought Mother Hen would look great on a little welcome banner, perfect to send to a farming family. I am gearing up for a trip south in a couple of weeks and I cannot wait to be in farming country. These hen and chicks cards are making me anxious to pack my bags and hit the road.

card info: images by The Saltbox Studio, Prismacolor markers - crimson, cinnamon toast, pumpkin orange, raspberry, black fine tip pen, ribbon from my supply.

4 comments:

Becky Rusher said...

Elena, I *love* your polka dotted hen! I think she's perfect just the way she is. You can never have too many polka dots! ;) She makes a darling garden banner!

Nicole said...

Hi Elena, your card is very cute and I love speckled hens. They are called Plymouth Barred Rocks and I have 4 of them in my coop. They are beautiful and one of my favorites, they lay brown eggs. I have an Americana (lays blue eggs) and some Rhode Island Reds also. I need to get this new chicken set from the Saltbox Studio, it'll be my first purchase. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

jenstamps said...

This card is adorable and so clever to add Mother Hen on the Banner!!!

Lori Barnett said...

This is great. I don't have any Saltbox stamps....WHAT'S WRONG WITH ME! LOL. I like that you have listed the colors of markers you used. I have more prismacolor markers than Copics...so this works great for me :)