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Thursday, 5 June 2014

A Kaleidoscope of Butterflies (by Debbie)

 
I admire Artists who can create beautiful pieces art that can be
that can be hung around the home.
When I saw the butterflies on the Harebell and Briar Rose Butterfly
 stamps sets to and gathered all my scraps of marbled card then stamped them with black ink.
 
  
 
 
I cut out the butterflies and arranged them around a canvas.
My first thought was to have them flying in one direction but was unhappy with the layout. 
I decided to have them sitting in a tree so I lightly sketch a tree design
 onto a canvas that had a coloured green and blue resembling a landscape.
When happy with the shape I painted with black and arranged the butterflies. 
 
 
 
 Here is the canvas hanging proudly in our living room.
 
Here is a small note card coloured with Coloursoft Pencils and a lightly inked edge.
These stamps are so detailed and beautiful to colour.
 
 
Thank you for visiting
Debbie
 
 


16 comments:

  1. Your canvas is so beautiful delicate coloured! Must be a pleasure to look at! And the card is also delicate-coloured; beautiful!

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  2. Beautiful canvas, love those stamps

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  3. These are fabulous and loving the canvas.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  4. That butterfly tree looks amazing.

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  5. What a pretty art piece. You are so creative.

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  6. Beautiful. You've got to be enjoying your new piece of art on your wall.

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  7. Lovely way of using the butterflies other than on a card. The colouring on the card is great.

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  8. I love the canvas and what a great idea to use the butterflies as leaves on the tree. The harebells are so softly and delicately coloured too. x

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  9. this is stunning - I'm so glad you showed the full size of it too! brilliant piece xx

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  10. Debbie I love your piece of art work and your card is pretty too
    Jackie x

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  11. The canvas is great fun & in true Chocolate Baroque style with a nod to Essence of Nature - I too was struck by all the different sizes of the same butterfly across these two sets. Your canvas looks lovely in situ. Your soft colouring of the Harebells really captures the ethereal translucence of the flower heads & I particularly like the way you have edged the card panel with soft blue to bring out the colour of those flowers. The matting is exquisite against the white with the scalloped edges echoing the flower heads & the butterfly's wings.
    Paula (PEP)

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  12. I love the canvas especially, really delicate and gorgeous composition!! Coco x

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  13. The canvas is beautiful! It looks great on the wall. The card is lovely too.

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  14. Fantastic work Debbie.
    Flo x

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  15. OMGEEE! The canvas is fantastic. I have some large canvas and I've not been sure how to use them until now - thank you so much Debbie - so very inspiring and I will try to CASE with what I have - will let you know if I do TFS Karen xx

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    1. Sorry I forgot to say the card is gorgeous too xx

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