Friday, April 20, 2012

Happy Mother's Day!

Hello my friends! Hope your Friday is fantastic wherever you are. I have another butterfly card for you today. This time using "Treasured" set from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps. I saw that today on SCS Free for All Challenge it's to use 2 or more 3 Patterned Papers, super fun!
I am submitting my card to Tuesday Trigger "Watercolor Butterflies". Although my card doesn't include watercoloring, I used heat embossing and paper piecing technique :)


So, here is my card :

Directions:
  • Make card base from White CS.
  • Cut a piece of Patterned Paper, add stitches, tie on ribbon, and adhere it to card base. I used PP from Clothesline Collection by Little Yellow Bicycle. (Just cut one corner of the scallop paper)
  • Stamp image on Patterned paper (Nantucket Collection from Pink Paislee) in Black Soot Distress Ink, add Clear embossing powder and heat it up. Set it to cool and cut out flower and butterfly (I used a yellow and pink PP from this collection) TIP: You can enhance the colors by adding a little bit of Copic Markers.
  • Stamp image on White Cardstock. Die-cut, emboss and stencil it with Circle NestabilitiesGlue images on White piece.
  • Mat White CS piece with a Yellow Scallop CS panel. 
  • Adhere it to card base with pop dots.
  • Add brad to ribbon and Liquid Pearls


Hope you like it!
Thanks for stopping by.

Giovana

8 comments:

Natalie said...

Your card is gorgeous, what beautiful layers and design!

Valonda L. said...

love the paper piecing. The butterly looks like it could fly right off the card. :)

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

this is beautiful, love the card design

Barb King said...

You've added so much detail, very pretty!!

VanessaB said...

really pretty! :)

Madeleen said...

Wow Giovana, this card is beautiful - love the way you cut that circle die!

Monika/Buzsy said...

LOVELY! The paper -pieced flower is fabulous.

Cath said...

Hey Giovana! Thanks again for linking up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! :)

 
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