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Monday, March 14, 2016

one adventure leads to another

After I posted yesterday's bright butterfly birthday card, I noticed that I had overlooked the butterfly prompt at Cards in Envy.  When I remembered that I still need sympathy cards, I used the same supplies, with neutrals from The Colour Tree:
stamp sets - Butterfly Basics, Wetlands; ink - Chocolate Chip, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake; card stock - Soft Suede, Tip Top Taupe, Very Vanilla; Wink of Stella - gold; Tea Lace paper doily; Big Shot with Hexagon Hive embossing folder, Butterfly and Bold Butterfly thinlits

While I had sympathy cards on my mind, I remembered thinking how well the Watercooler Wednesday reflection technique challenge and the House of Cards silhouette prompt would work together:
stamp sets - Teeny Tiny Wishes, World of Dreams; ink - Blackberry Bliss, Elegant Eggplant; card stock - Perfect Plum, Elegant Eggplant; washi tape - Bohemian; Big Shot with Ovals collection framelits







Edited to add: I forgot to link the stunnin Fine Art America photo, which inspired my card.

8 comments:

Kathy S said...

Gorgeous. Love the nature elements on this beautiful butterfly card entered at Cards in Envy. Thank you so much for sharing your work Kathe - always appreciated.

Mynn Kitchen said...

These are both AMAZING! I LOVE the gorgeous texture you added--fabulous cards! Thank you for joining us at House of Cards! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Toni said...

Very cool reflection on your card--love it! thanks for playing along!

Toni
HOC DT

Glittered Paws said...

Beautiful and what a nice sympathy card this image makes. Love the technique. Thanks for joining us at House of Cards this month. Shirley H.

Donna said...

These are both stunning! Glad you joined us at House of Cards. Donna HOC DT

Bronwyn Eastley said...

Love the texture on your butterfly card. It looks great in the neutral colours. Thanks for joining in at The Colour Tree.

Sybrina K said...

What a pretty card! Love that reflection element and the way the sentiment strip mirrors the background pattern. Thanks so much for joining us at Cards in Envy. :)

Sandy Trefger said...

Beautiful butterfly! Thanks for sharing it with us at Cards in Envy!