Ok so I had a lot of fun with the Cracked Chick from Simply Crafty Svgs even though I was only going to make a few for my Easter decorations. My vivid imagination took over and went insane. Not only did I make some funny Chicks but I had to make some funny pictures as well. They just might be manipulated a tiny bit 😉 oh and all chicks are downsized by 50%. No animals were harmed in the process 😉
My original idea was to make the chick in a few cute versions and one of them was a little girlie Chick. Just hatched and the remaining shell lying right beside her:
Ok so she’s a bit cross eyed and properbly not your typical little cute Easter Chick but she loves colors and wanted to pose in a pile of feathers.
The bottom shell piece is made by enlarging the shell hat of the Chick and making it a bit longer. It’s just for show.
I used an embossing folder from Darice with a cracked pattern – perfect for a cracked egg shell.
I used a white sharpie to make reflexes in her eyes and nose and the flower is one I happened to have in my stash.
That’s when things got a bit out of hand. 😀
I noticed that the Sailor Hat from SCS would fit if downsized to the right measurement and if the Chick was a sailor, he would need a boat sooooo:
…he got a boat. Made from the Fishing Boat Box, I created a sail boat by adding a pole, sail and flag. These are found in the Silhouette Design Store ID #100976 by Snapdragon Snippets and ID #61978 by Carta Bella.
I used a wood grain patterned embossing folder for the panels and sanded them slightly to make the pattern show more. Then I added a net and some starfish from my stash along with the lifesaver and oars with comes with the Fishing Boat Box file.
Now he’s a happy little sailing Sailor Chick 😀
One of my original ideas was to used the Chef Hat also from SCS to make a Chef Chick but that didn’t work out as planned. The hat was too large for the chick but the top part of the hat fit and making the chick in brown like made out of chocolate…..
…. I had my very own Aladdin Chick on a Magic Carpet.
The Top part looks exactly like a Turban and the carpet I made for him, is found in the Silhouette Design Store (design ID #85512 by Studio Ilustrado) I just added a panel on top and bend it a bit here and there for the flying look. I used patterned paper from DCWV’s Luxe Lodge Stack.
Then I added a feather and a gem to the Turban and Aladdin was ready to fly.
So once again my imagination got to run wild and I’ve had a very fun evening and morning making these cuties.
Let me know in a comment below if you like these wacky chicks and I wish you a Happy Easter – thanks for visiting