My good friend's son's pet parakeet just died. I've lost three birds myself, they are quite fragile creatures, so I know what he is going through. So I made him this sympathy card. I know its a parrot image, and not a parakeet image, but I'm sure he'll appreciate it nevertheless. I probably should have looked up how parrots are colored, I colored him like a lovebird, cause that what I know, I don't know how parrots are colored, but I was too lazy/busy/whatever. LOL! Anyway, I can't tell you who designed this bird image because I picked it up at a local scrap booking store where they literally had a child's swimming pool filled with unmounted stamps. It was so overwhelming because you had to dig through this pool of stamps and then try and figure out what the image even was when its backwards on the stamp and there's no picture of it. It was so frustrating. The images were three for a dollar, but I don't know if the experience was even worth the cost savings. LOL!
Anyhow, onto the details of my card. The sketch is from last week's Paper Craft Planet Sketch Challenge, and the papers are Cosmo Cricket. The sentiment is retired Stampin Up! Have a great day! Amy
Great card, Amy, and very kind of you to make it for him! We've lost two parakeets, too, and it's very hard on little ones! Beautiful coloring on the bird!ReplyDelete
WOW Amy your coloring is beautiful! You are so super sweet to make this for them...It is so hard to lose a pet you so much love!!!ReplyDelete
What a thoughtful person, you have probably cheered the little boy up! The image is great and the colours perfect! Liz xReplyDelete
Oh that is so sad. It is so hard to lose a pet. This will ease his pain. What a great stamp. I like the way you colored it.. Great job.ReplyDelete
It is so sad to lose a much loved pet, what a wonderful idea for a card. So thoughtful of you and the card is lovely.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful and thoughtful card! I'm sure he'll appreciate your kindness, Amy! :)ReplyDelete
Fantastic Amy ... you have a good heart!ReplyDelete
I think this is very nice of you to make a card even if the image is not the same as the bird that passed on.ReplyDelete
I have often wondered where stores get those huge bins (or pools in your case) full of stamps (or embellishments, etc). I sometimes look but usually, even for a cheap price, I get too frustrated with the digging so I don't even bother.