Thursday, 23 February 2017

Watercolour Wings | Happy Butterfly Card

The weather here at the moment is a little crazy, we've gone from a string of days with top temperatures of up to 42˚C, to days where it is almost cold (especially a few nights ago where it got down to about 4˚C). Suffice to say, my body isn't happy with the dramatic temperature changes and I've ended up a little under the weather. The resulting brain fog has caused significant issues with my creative mojo, so I find creative challenges perfect for times like these.

So the card I want to share today was created taking inspiration from This weeks Global Design Project #075 Winged Creatures theme challengeThe Paper Players Clean-and-Simple Challenge #332 & the CAS(E) this sketch! Challenge #209.





Here is my card:



My card uses the negative die cut technique for the Happy which cuts through the butterfly.

Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my creation.

I will be putting a PDF tutorial together soon on how I made this card and it will be available to purchase on my blog once finished. I will update my post with the details as soon as possible.


**EDIT: I now have a PDF tutorial for this beautiful card available to purchase via my
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The tutorial includes my tips for the negative die cut technique. Purchase your copy now :)


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Whisper White A4 Cardstock (106549)

So Saffron A4 Cardstock (108611)

Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Pad (126982)

Island Indigo Classic Stampin’ Pad (126986)

Bermuda Bay Classic Stampin' Pad (131171)

Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad (132708)

Watercolor Wings (Photopolymer 139424)

Hello You Thinlits (137363)

Big Shot Machine (143263)

Magnetic Platform (130658)

Subtles Enamel Shapes (141679)

Bermuda Bay 1/8” Stitched Ribbon (140569)

Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755)

SU Snail Adhesive (104332)

Tear & Tape Adhesive (138995)


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12 comments:

  1. Kirsten, what a beautiful and bold butterly. I like how you layered the sentiment directly over it. Perfect for our challenge this week at The Paper Players! Crystal, DT

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  2. Gorgeous Kirsten. I love the colour palette you've chosen. It's so clean and fresh and summery! Thanks so much for taking part in this week's Global Design Project.

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  3. Great CAS card, Kirsten! I love the butterfly as a background to the bold sentiment and all the great white space. Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players!

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  4. Love the simple beauty of this card!

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  5. Love the color palatte of this card and that the word is layered over the stamp set

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