A Hemming Bird

Today, I decided to challenge myself by limiting my collage papers for creating a weird bird.

These are the materials I chose, some were sitting on my table from previous projects:


I cut out shapes and played with patterns until this Hemming Bird appeared from the coat factory family…


He (or she) was looking a little disheveled, so I added a few details to make him look im-pressive… hehe!


I hope your day “shapes up” to be extra wonderful!

Happy Weird Bird Wednesday!

Cheers! 🙂

P.S.  The weather is finally warming up in the Pacific Northwest!  Time to ditch the coats!! YAY!

24 responses to “A Hemming Bird

  1. I love the whimsical feel of your posting, starting with the title. As for the weather, we are slated to get up to the 90’s today in Northern Virginia, way above our normal temperature for early May.

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    • Hi Mike! Glad you like my weird bird today! 😃 Whatever happened to the weather warming up slowly? We had temps in the 80’s last week. We went from freezing to hot! 😳


  2. Ah Jill…you’re keeping me in stitches!

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  3. So cute! My day is shaping up already with smiles!

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  4. Such a cute little bird. Love ‘her’ stylish legs.

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  5. Ah, but it’s curtseying! (K)

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  6. Love its elegant feet! 😍

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  7. Haha, the Hemming Bird is very fancy…love her shoes and her eyes.

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  8. By the look of Hemming Birds legs I would say that’s a Mrs Hemming Bird. ❤🐦 Have a wonderful Wednesday Jill. Thank goodness for the long awaited warm up. 😁

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  9. Yay! Enjoy. Summer is way too short. But us northwestern folks know that all ready. 😉⛵🏄‍♀️🏊‍♀️🏖

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  10. I love your weird bird Jill – it’s so wonderfully creative…

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  11. So cute, clever, and creative as ever! Happy Wednesday!

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