Monday, June 23, 2008

Double butterfly

Can you see the two butterflies on this creation? I'll bet you can pick out the first one. lol

Yes, for this limited supply challenge we were to make a shape other than the typical card. I found a nicely shaped butterfly online and enlarged it to a standard card size and cut it out. I outlined that with my black marker. Then I stamped friend on it using black craft ink and clear embossed it. Isn't that a surprise? lol I used my SU! markers to color in the word, then stamped a few flowers around to fill in the white space. But wait! It needs something more! Ribbon? Sure, but how? So, I decided to make a ribbon butterfly. Yes, if you look closely you will see I trimmed the ends of the ribbons to resemble the shape of the wings on my main image. I used the rhinestone brad for the body. I really like the look. What do you think?

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