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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Butterfly Kisses



Hi there, welcome to my blog  :)  Today I am sharing one of my recent tv samples created with beautiful Chocolate Baroque stamps.  I have used the Butterfly Blush, Just Butterflies, Patchwork Butterfly and Tangled Peacock sets, the Butterfly stencils; Distress Inks, Mica powders, white gel pen, Versamark ink.



I created the background panel by blending Distress inks onto a piece of white card.  I then used DI through the stencil to position the butterflies.  I dotted around the three large butterflies with a white gel pen.





Next I stamped the large silhouette butterfly that matches the stencilled ones onto white card with Versamark ink then brushed Mica powders over the ink.  I then inked up a stamp from the Tangled Peacock set and kiss stamped the butterfly, removing some of the Mica powders to reveal the pattern.  I repeated this technique twice, once on white card and once on black.  I used hairspray to fix the powders then cut the butterflies out.  





I took a white base card and stamped one of the butterflies from the Just Butterflies set around the edges of the card with DI and blended some ink as well.  




I stamped the Irish Blessing from the Patchwork Butterfly set with DI onto the background panel, then matted and layered it onto the base card.  



I shaped the butterflies and attached them to the card then added some gems to the bodies.





I love this card, it turned out even better than I thought it would!  The colours work really well together and the design is a great worker card for lots of occasions.  
Thank you for visiting my blog today, I hope you like this post and will pop in again soon  :)  

6 comments:

  1. Stunning piece of crafting Penny, so many different techniques, really fab and what gorgeous colours, brilliant stamping, Kate x

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    1. Hi Kate, thank you so much hun, I'm glad you like it :) xx

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  2. Gorgeous card Penny. Lovely drop shadow effect with the butterflies. So clever.
    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs Flo x

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    1. Hi Flo, Thank you so much for your lovely comments :) You have a great one too hun xx

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  3. Gosh I looked at this and thought I commented. You are so inventive and so inspiring that I hope I can be as good as you. I just love your work!

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    1. Hi Birgit, thank you so much hun, what a lovely thing to say :) If my work brings happiness to others, then that makes me happy too. I try to explain everything I do so that anyone can have a go at making the project. Take care xx

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