Sunday, 15 January 2012

Butterflies Or Bugs

Good morning everyone, hoping you're having a lovely weekend so far. We have sunshine here but it's freezing at the moment and very windy too.
I'm here today with the brand new challenge over at Fashionable Stamping Challenges and this fortnight we'd like to see you strut your stuff with creations showing Butterflies And/Or Bugs.
I was so pleased to see this as it gave me a chance to ink up my gorgeous new Stampsmith stamp called Butterfly Kiss and I absolutely love it as it's my favourite vintage style.


I stamped the image with VersaFine Imperial purple ink on Judikins matte krome coat card and added some colour by painting with various Distress inks when dry.
I made a patchwork style background by embossing 2 squares of olive green card with a butterfly embossing folder. The other 2 squares are some scraps of paper from the Polka Doodles All Around & Everywhere CD that I had in my scraps to use up.
I assembled the card as you see, adding some floral lace, a stamped butterfly (Crafty Individuals) and text which is part of an Inca stamp I've had for ages.

The Design Team have made some fabulously inspirational and varied creations so do hop on over for a feast for the eyes. You have a fortnight to enter your creations and hope to see you there.

I'd like to enter my card in this week's Sugar Creek Hollow challenge which is Embossing.
Thanks for looking.
Fliss xx

21 comments:

  1. How beautiful is your card. Love the colours you've used and the patchwork background is gorgeous. XX

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  2. this is delightful Fliss, such a pretty colour combo
    hugs

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  3. A wonderful card, full of spring feeling. Love the image and the textured background.

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  4. The patchwork background is a perfect setting for that lovely image! Love this gorgeous card! Happy Sunday!

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  5. An adorable image, she is so cute love your layout as well.
    Yvonne x

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  6. Really gorgeous, Fliss! Hugs, Valerie

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  7. Great card, Fliss. Very creative and perfect for the challenge at Sugar Creek Hollow. Thanks so much for joining us this week. Peggy

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  8. Very very cute and nice collage, Fliss!

    greetingssss, Alie :-)

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  9. It's little Butterfly Kisses. I am smiling as I might well have used her myself for this challenge.
    Such beautiful colours you used on your card - so lovely.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  10. Beautiful card Fliss,the stamp you've used is gorgeous ! Sue C x

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  11. Gorgeous image Fliss, love the image, really stands out on the patchwork background.
    Avril xx

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  12. Fliss, so happy to see you at Sugar Creek Hollow. I adore these embossed butterflies, especially with this gorgeous vintage image, Such a gorgeous design with your patchwork. Tfs...

    Patti SCH/DT

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  13. Beautiful card Fliss, I can almost feel that Spring is in the air! Such a lovely layout and colours scheme! Hugs, Joanna xx

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  14. Wonderful card, Fliss! I can see why you love that stamp too!

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  15. A beautiful card, the image is delightful. Caz

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  16. Wow Fliss...this is gorgeous! The image is devine. The colours so spring. The whole feel of the card so innocent and young. I love it Fliss
    Dot x

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  17. Oh Fliss! This is just out of this world! What a gorgeous design and I love this stamp! Have a great week! Best, Yvonne

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  18. Beautiful work Fliss, I love your new stamp. Gorgeous colours too
    hugs
    Claire xx

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  19. Hi Fliss another beauty, that stamp is gorgeous and you have used it so well , lovely colours and texture.

    Marie

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  20. LOVE your DT piece!

    xxx Ellie xxxx

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  21. This cards are look so good but a shining shade in this card.It color combinations are lights.

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment. Your thoughts mean a great deal to me.
Fliss xx