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Hummingbird treat

hummingbird treat Heather Telford

I went searching for my bird feeders yesterday but couldn’t find them. I have been a bit discouraged in the past when my bird feeders have doubled as squirrel feeders. The hummingbird feeder is a different deal to the seed feeders of course as it needs syrup. I do know where that is so perhaps I can tempt some hummingbirds to hover in my garden.

These hibiscus and the hummingbird were inked with memento inks, spritzed with water then a little blending added after stamping. You can see I added a generous amount of splatter around the leaves too.

hummingbird treat closeup Heather Telford

Supplies:

Stamps: Sweet visit(PB)
Inks: Nautical Blue, Espresso Truffle, Cottage Ivy, Bamboo Leaves, Cantaloupe, Tangelo, Potter’s Clay Memento markers (Imagine Craft/Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Fabriano hot pressed watercolour paper

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9 Comments on “Hummingbird treat”

  1. April Story says:

    Love this watercolor. For some reason I can’t get my watercolor to look like this as mine always seem blurry instead of artsy. But I won’t give up until I can get it. 🙂
    April

  2. Lynn Leduc says:

    Very pretty.

  3. Judith says:

    Lovely! I’ve never done any stamping. This makes it look like a lot of fun! I’ll add that to my “want-to-do” list.

  4. Jan Castle says:

    Go for it Judith!!!!
    Thanks Heather for your lovely hummingbird inspiration!!!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  5. Daria says:

    Beautiful card!

  6. Pat says:

    This is so beautiful Heather and the colours are so brght and pretty. Just enough water to mix the colours but keep the shape and form of the stamping. x

  7. Cath says:

    Really lovely.

  8. Lindsey says:

    A hummingbird and I startled each other on our deck just a few days ago! They always seem to like the nasturtiums I grow, not that they’re anywhere near blooming yet. I really like the loose watercolour look of this card.

  9. Lagene says:

    Beautiful card!


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