Supplies and Tools:
Floral dp, Dictionary Page, Mixed Media Thinlits (Tim Holtz), Canvas, Butterflies cut and emboss (Provo Craft), Honeycomb Stamp (Art C), Text Stamp (Art C), Doily Tag (Art C), Crinkle Ribbon, Burlap String, Pearls, Ink Applicator, Sentiment (Butterfly Fancy), Watercolor Stamp & Stencil Set (Tim Holtz), Stencil Brushes, Mermaid Lagoon/Broken China/Evergreen Bough/Peacock Feathers/Walnut Stain/Brushed Corduroy/Ground Espresso Distress Inks (Tim Holtz), Coffee Stained Paper
This post linked to:
Shopping Our Stash - Fabric
Tuesday Throwdown - Texture
The Card Concept - Vintage Notes (I did mixed media)
Craft-Dee Bowz - Handmade Bow
Holy moly... I am in love! Your bright colors are just awesome, and that butterfly is too inspiring... it makes me want to go craft right now!!! Thank you for sharing at SOS this week 😁
Hello again Esther: I'm so glad you decided to create another card and share it with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH, this one is just as gorgeous as your first, love how you created the crinkled ribbon, I'm going to give this a try, it's beautiful.
Thank you for sharing and I hope you join us again at SHOPPING OUR STASH soon.
I love the colours you have used and so many lovely details. Beautifully executed. Thank you so much for joining us at The Card Concept.
This is soooooo strikingly gorgeous!!!
Thanks for coming back to play with us again at SHOPPING OUR STASH for our "Project Runway" challenge!
Considering all the different touches you've added, this is just perfect! The canvas butterfly is great! Thanks for playing along with us at Tuesday Throwdown Challenges!
Oh wow this is just gorgeous, love the beautiful layering of papers and die cuts, lovely ribbon color, and the coloring and stamping on the butterfly is terrific, with pretty pearls!
So beautiful, that butterfly is fabulous!
What a fantastic creation ,love all the colour choices and so many beautiful details
Thanks for joining us at Craftdeebowz and good luck
I too, love the rich colors in your card! An awesome butterfly, and I love the quatrefoil type background. May I please know where it comes from? I'd appreciate the help in locating it. Thanks!
Kathy, I made the background piece using a torn piece of Dictionary Page and the Mixed Media Thinlits (Tim Holtz). These dies can be found in lots of on&line stores, I bought mine off of eBay.
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