Monday, June 3, 2019

Three Amigos Blog Hop Challenge #27-Things With Wings!

It's the 3rd of the month and time for a new challenge over at Three Amigos Challenge Blog!  This time around the challenge is to create something using the theme Things With Wings!  Use your imagination!  Here's how I was inspired:

Well, of course my wings have an owl attached!  Are you new here??  This Owl from's a Cuddlebug Owl.... there's a whole line of these adorable cuddlebug critters... and I love them all!!

I colored him with my Copics and fussy cut him out.

And the combo of that beautiful Hero Arts Woodgrain Cardstock along with the Simon Says Stamp Birch Tree Window!!  Perfect for a woodland feel for my fine feathered friend!  And those Cafe Au Lait sequins from Doodles Paper Playground... just the ticket!  Finally that sentiment from the Cuddlebug Owl set...just right!!

I'm playing along over at Unity's June Challenge in the Unity Show & Tell group on Facebook!  It's all about your Unity animals!  I'm also playing along with Simon Says Stamp's Wednesday Challenge which is Anything Goes this week!

That's me for today!  Be sure to head on over to Susan and Donna's blogs to see what they've made for you today and then head on over to the Three Amigos Blog to play along!


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Sooooooooooo cute! LOVING that owl!!!!!!

comopark1886 said...

I LOVE your coloring and the little Owl is adorable!
I had so much fun Scrapbooking with the gang this weekend! Enjoy the rest of your Vacation!

Vannessa Osbourn said...

Lisa this card is wonderful! You have colored that owl with amazing skill! I purchased him and was going to save him for Halloween! Thanks for the inspiration!

Scrapper69 said...

Awesome card! I love the way you colored up that owl! very cool!


aprettypinkpeony said...

Super sweet card! Love the owl!!

Gail said...

Lisa - you are the queen of owls! Love that tree cut in the back with that super duper owl - Thanks for sharing and for the challenge

jeanchaneyaz said...

What a sweet owl and colored beautifully, Lisa. Love that die cut too!