I'm up on the CCEE Stampers blog with the last challenge for June.
June 20 is National Eagle Day in the USA
so we're celebrating this national symbol.
It's a time set aside to raise awareness about the bald eagle
and to preserve the bird's natural habitat.
Please use an eagle (or bird if you don't have an eagle) on your
card/project to celebrate this winged treasure!
Coincidentally, I went with my daughter and granddaughter, Alice,
to the zoo on Tuesday.
She LOVED the aviary and was fascinated by the birds,
including the eagle they had.
Praise God they are not still endangered but still protected.
I've used Altnew's Land of the Free and stamped the eagle
in Walnut ink from Lawn Fawn.
The background was from this messy technique last year
called Acrylic Pour.
I have backgrounds for a month of Sundays!
I am enjoying using them up :)
Be sure to stop by the CCEE blog and see the Design Team cards
as well as link up yours!
Thanks for stopping by!
Beautiful card, love the backgroundReplyDelete
What an awesome background for this sensational eagle!! A gorgeous card with a most meaningful sentiment for our times. I am praying that we may someday soon all come to our senses!ReplyDelete
Adorable card, Kelly!! LOVE al the birds and especially those WILD :) That eagle really pop out with the vellum circle behind! Great Acrylic Pour background and such beautiful sentiment!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous card, Kelly. Wonderful message! Loving that background.ReplyDelete
Kelly, I love the technique you used for your sky background. This is such a great message for our country!!ReplyDelete
Such a cool background for our national bird! I love the vellum circle that spotlights the eagle. Wonderful card!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful card Kelly, it's a magnificent bird and the image is fabulous. I love your poured paint background, Kate xReplyDelete