Have you ever heard that Lou Bega song "Mambo No. 5"??? Everytime I use this Stampin' Up color called Melon Mambo I can't help but hum this song:) I am in LOVE with this hummingbird die!!! It's from Cheery Lynn Designs and I picked it up at a stamping show last month. After die cutting it from white cs I sponged on some Ranger distress inks to give it color. The sentiment is from the Papertreyink set Ruby Rose. I wanted to use the flowers from this set in my design but after "consulting" with my dh, "we" decided they really weren't the right scale for the hummer....(again, I swear the guy needs to get his own craft room!) So I pulled out this Hero Arts Etched Flowers cling and after randomly embossing it went to town coloring it with Stampin' Up Melon Mambo, So Saffron and Lucky Limeade inks and a blender pen.
Other Materials Used: Papertrey ink white cs, Stampin' Up melon mambo and gumball green cs. Michael's black pearl
I'm going to pop this into the current Simon Says Stamp challenge: Anything Goes! Have a great day and thanks so much for commenting:)