This was suppose to be a simple and fast card...NOT! Once again episodes of True Blood interrupted my crafting groove and I couldn't make up my mind on what butterflies to make. I ended up with a small pile if different butterflies, punched, stamped and several different colors before settling on the Cuttlebug Combo butterfly done with Coredinations Vintage cardstock.
Cuttlebug Butterfly Combo
TPC Studio Rustic Garden paper
Coredinations Vintage cardstock
Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch
Stampin Up Tag Punches
Imaginisce Glam Rocks
The larger flower layer is one that came from Iam Roses, a wonderful company that has awesome flowers for a fantastic price! A few friends of mine had been talking about this company and then my friend Tricia sent me a few *okie thinks a few is quite the understatement* and I loved them. I told Linda about the place and she and I ordered some to see how we liked them...we LOVE them!
Tomorrow's card is my favorite I did during my "get back in the groove of card making" weekend!
Beautiful card Okie!!!!ReplyDelete
I love this butterfly die too.
I lost the die once and trying to find it was a job in itself :)
Glad you posted this one. I was thinking about my magic mesh/drywall mesh in my stash last night and what I could use it for!ReplyDelete
Pretty card! and yes I still have drywall mesh that i borrowed from my hubby. hehe. I still like to use it every now and then also. I've never seen this butterfly before. It is so pretty.ReplyDelete
Sandy R. MN
Love the butterflies. The mesh looks like part of a butterfly net.ReplyDelete
Great card, Okie. Oops... Forgot to be mean.ReplyDelete
Hmmmmmm Your card sucks, Okie!
Great card, Okie!ReplyDelete
Oh, yeah. I forgot to be mean. This card sucks, Okie.
So pretty! Makes me want spring even more...not another 6 inches of snow! :)ReplyDelete