Teal Peacock

Playday is like payday 😀 I’m so happy that I’m part of the solution for this terrible pandemic. I left the CAS Mix Up design team to help another team, here in my part of the world, at the vaccination clinics . Sadly I haven’t been able to blog as much, but I’m always excited to get back in my crafty corner. Today I’m playing to the Less is More #443 sketch #26 theme along with the Color Hue #18 of purple and teal ….to match my new blue gigs in the photo.

Hoping you are now vaccinated or on the path of being so. Take care all and thank you so much for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna

Supplies: Crackle paste, Brushos, Penny Black tweets, Andy Skinner stencil, feather, Copics

9 thoughts on “Teal Peacock

  1. A lovely cluster of texture and colour, great take on the sketch. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x
    And thanks so much for your part in the vaccination process, I’m happy to say I’ve had both of mine 🙂

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  2. Love, love, love this, my dear friend! It is so playful and fun from the crackle background to the blue feather and sweet bird! An awesome card, Jo! I admire your art and your heart! ❤

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  3. Good for you being working at the vaccination clinic! I’ve had my first shot! Sure wish we could convince all the people who are hesitant or refusing to get theirs. Love your card – gorgeous textures and colour combination.

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  4. Thanks for all you do at the vaccination clinic! You are among our medical heroes. Your card design is wonderful, and that peacock’s feather is stunning next to the purple textured square! Thanks for joining us at Color Hues!

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