Sunday, 19 October 2014

Butterfly and tag layers


Hi again, I've had the top layer of this butterfly sitting around for about a week and finally got to use it in a card tonight.

The top is die cut from card painted with twinkling H2Os and kindy glitzed, while the bottom is cut from vellum and painted with the same twinks.

I hand cut a tag from white card and embossed it with PTI's giga guide impression plate. I cut another tag from vellum, inked the edges with versamark and embossed in silver. You can just see the embossing on the tag under the vellum, it looks better in real life. There are a few tiny pieces of double sided tape holding edges of the tags together.

The base card is embossed with PTI's woodgrain impression plate.

I'm linking up again to a few challenges:

At Addicted to CAS  it's vellum.

Inkspirational has a colour challenge.

At the Butterfly Challenge, Mrs A's theme is to use a butterfly and a tag.

Allsorts has an embossing theme.

Supplies:
Papertrey Ink Giga Guide & woodgrain impression plates; Memory Box Darla & Vivienne butterfly dies; vellum; versamark & silver embossing powder; twinkling H2Os; kindy glitz; pearl bling; sentiment sticker; silver cord.

Thanks for visiting,
enjoy the rest of your weekend,
Cathy x

18 comments:

  1. I love the delicate look you have created with this card. The vellum butterfly is so sparkly. Thankyou for fluttering by #16. Hugs Mrs A.

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  2. What a great way to use the butterfly..such a pretty card!

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  3. Love the sparkle on the butterfly and using this with the vellum is perfect. The woodgrain looks stunning in the purple. thanks for joining both Ink and ATCAS

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  4. Stunning Carol!!! huggles Sue xxx

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  5. Cathy, this is beyond gorgeous. Love the sheer look that you have on this silvery butterfly and the tag is beautiful. The background is so pretty with the lightness & airiness of the other elements. TFS & Hugs

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  6. Your card is beautiful Cathy and I love that we used the same butterfly dies....great minds think alike LOL! My butterfly also started out as vellum but I changed my mind:) The silver on your card looks amazing too - hugs xx

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  7. What a stunning butterfly!! Love the pink wood background too!
    Lucy x

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  8. OH my gosh, that butterfly is so so pretty! I love how you've made it shimmer on vellum too! Very creative and I love the pretty pink color!

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  9. So lovely with the embossed edges of the tag and the sparkly butterfly!

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  10. A very elegant creation Cathy.

    Thank so much for joining in at Allsorts challenge this week.

    In case you didn’t know, we have some great candy to be won at our sister challenge here

    B x

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  11. Cathy, this is so pretty and shiny. That is a soft, sweet butterfly on a pretty tag. I'm catching up and your last three cards are great. I love the orange flower card as well. That candle die is really pretty and so versatile. The new spellbinders embossing folder is really deep and your butterfly on that card is so realistic looking. Great cards all.

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  12. MMmm stunning purple card and gorgeous butterfly - would be very pretty as a pink baby card too!!! Mxxx

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  13. Such a pretty and delicate butterfly ,fab card! x

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  14. This is gorgeous Cathy! I love the butterfly

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  15. Lovely card for our embossing challenge at allsorts Tracy x

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  16. What a fun, bright card! I like the ink around the tag and the butterfly is perfect for this design. Thanks so much for playing with us at Inkspirational!
    - Shauna

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  17. Beautiful card, Cathy. I love your vellum butterfly and the pale pinks are so beautiful. Thanks for joining us at ATCAS. :)

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  18. Your vellum tag and butterfly are beautiful and I love the soft color scheme. Gorgeous card. So glad you joined us at ATCAS this week
    jaydee

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