Ewe are the Best


I think I've mentioned that I'm a knitter. It's really my first crafting love. I've been knitting since I got out of college and it's been a huge part of my life. So, naturally I would add something onto my already long list of responsibilities! There is a woman that I've been buying hand-dyed yarn from for years. She had an open call for test knitters, so I volunteered to knit her a mascot chicken. It's all finished and I'm ready to mail it to her in Michigan. What better way to send it than with a hand-made card?

Recipe:
A2 size card made with kraft cardstock
Country Life Cartridge, cut at 4" and separated
Spica glitter pens for the tufts of hair
My Pink Stamper Even More Punnylicious for the sentiment

Yep, another simple, simple card!! I think I may add a little ball of yarn to the inside corner of the card, and I can think of another friend that would just love this! I may have to make a set for her. I hope everyone's looking forward to a fantastic weekend. I know I am! :)

5 comments:

snappy scrappy said...

Really cute, good luck on the test knitting!

Amy said...

How adorable!! I love cards made with the kraft base... And these sheep are sooooo cute!! Bet it will be cherished by BOTH of your recipients!! :)

I also wanted to say THANKS so much for becoming a FABULOUS FOLLOWER at www.lovetocrop.com!! I'm so glad you found me, so I could find you -- As I am HAPPY to be your newest follower!! :)

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Edna said...

Great card, and will be a perfect touch to go with your knitting :)

Crafty Katy said...

I definitely want to see your knit chicken!

CarrieAnne said...

This is very fun. I struggle to use animals in my cards - thanks for the inspiration!

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