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Friday, 16 September 2016

Butterfly scene cards (by Anne)

Good morning. For my texture project today I have made 2 variations of a butterfly scene card.



I have used ink spritzing and stamping with texture stamps to create interesting backgrounds. I have used the large gem slice stamp and heat embossing with sparkling pink powder to add a colourful textured foreground for my scene. The butterflies were also stamped and embossed, then coloured and cut out.

Both scenes were created in the same way but I took one of them a step further by mounting on a larger card with a textured embossing powder border (using heat resistant tape to adhere the powder before heating), die cut foliage and floral gems, finishing with another of the lovely stamped butterflies. Of course I just had to add PVA pearls and glitter in there too.

We have all had so much fun creating with this month’s theme of texture.


Materials:
  • Just Butterflies, Nature Fragments, Abstract Fragments and Tall Trees stamp sets
  • 12 X 15cm and 15 X 17cm white card blanks
  • 11 X 14cm watercolour card
  • Ink spritzers (lime green with mica and bright pink)
  • Watercolour pens for colouring and background stamping (green, teal, blue, pink and purple)
  • Glitter pens (blue and green)
  • Heat embossing powders (cerise with glitter, and textured mix of fine and chunky pink, black and white)
  • Inkpad for stamping trees (dark green)
  • Glitter glue (aqua holographic)
  • Alcohol markers for edging card and colouring die cuts (green and pink)
  • Floral shaped faux gems (pink and blue)
  • PVA pearls (purple)
  • Heat resistant double sided tape (Wonder Tape - for heat embossed border)
  • Foliage Dies

4 comments:

  1. Wow, such beautiful cards with an organic feel about it, like them and reminds me of using those great structure stamps again! xx Miranda

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  2. Fabulous both the cards, and love expecially the second one with all the pretty details added

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  3. Two fabulous cards Anne and the heat embossed gem slice looks great in the foreground and the two pretty scenes go with it beautifully, and I love the added larger butterfly and die cut foliage which you have added to one of them too. x

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  4. Your cards are stunning Anne, wonderful colours and images, some lovely texture too, Kate x

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