Sunday, 12 October 2014

Twinkling H2O Butterfly


Hi, I've made another panel using flowers diecut from scraps of vellum.
I used twinkling H2Os to paint them, all the same colour this time.
The butterfly is also coloured with twinks, although it's a bit hard to see the sparkle in the photo.

I'm linking up to a few more challenges.
Snippets means I can visit the playground at Pixie's Crafty Workshop.

At Addicted to Stamps & More it's an anything goes theme.

At Seize the Birthday it's also anything goes birthday.


Since I've used browns and bronze again I'm adding another entry to the fall challenge at 

Supplies:
Memory Box Fancy Blossoms and Savannah Border dies; vellum; Hero Arts Antique Engravings butterfly stamp; Versafine ink & clear embossing powder; twinkling H2Os; foam dots; bling and sentiment sticker.

Thanks for visiting,
Cathy x

23 comments:

sandie said...

This looks so tricky with the small pieces of vellum. But you have rocked it. I do love the stunning way you colour butterflies and the sparkle makes all the difference x

Liz said...

Beautiful card! The flowers and trailing leaves look stunning against the black, and I love the colours on the butterfly.

Neets B said...

This looks really classy in those rich autumnal shades. You've coloured your butterfly beautifully and that looks like really intricate work with the vellum flowers. Thanks for playing along at ATSM this week, Anita x

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Beautiful card the black background and layout is fantastic. Shirleyx

Brenda in IN said...

Another pretty card with the soft colors. Love the butterfly.

Loll Thompson said...

Another beauty with the vellum and Twinkling H2O's. LOVE the butterfly --- so gorgeous. xx

Elizabeth said...

Beautiful card, Cathy. I love the panel of greenery and flowers - beautiful autumnal colours - and the butterfly is stunning. Elizabeth xx

Sue said...

Gorgeous card Cathy love that panel and the colours you've used..huggles Sue xx

Andrea Ockey Parr said...

This is so lovely and you have such a talent for making each butterfly so unique and special. On this one, I adore its colors and pattern and how you've made the circles on its wings stand out, yet still blend nicely into your color palette. You have such great eye detail and I think the butterfly looks stunning alongside the vine with the vellum flowers. I thought it was brilliant, too, to give the butterfly a bit of bling on its body. Thank you so much for sharing this card with us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

*Vicki* said...

Really beautiful card!! Love the vellum flowers and the butterfly is the perfect accent to them as well!! HUGS :)

Julie Beech said...

Very pretty, I love the soft butterfly and the trailing flower vine.
Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM this week. :)

laurie said...

That is such a gorgeous butterfly, and a beautiful card!

Janet Zeppa said...

Such a gorgeous classy card! Love the use of Twinks!
I'm so glad you joined us at Seize the Birthday!

Deepti said...

Oh my those flower and the butter fly are so pretty :) love the copper tone to them

Mrs A. said...

I love your trailing leaves and tiny flowers. They really compliment your gorgeous butterfly. Hugs Mrs A.

Shana Gaff said...

Really pretty! I love the colors you used. That black panel is really lovely with the butterfly fluttering over it. Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM. :)

Di said...

Oh this is beautiful Cathy! Wonderful colours and the flowers and leaves look just perfect with that stunning butterfly!

Hugs

Di xx

OttawaMom said...

This is such a pretty card! The flowers and butterfly are so pretty in those colours. Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday!

Betty Keefe said...

such a pretty card, Cathy! i love it when someone i don't know comments on my cards and then i find another blog with great cards to follow - thanks so much!

Hettie said...

I could see this as I was typing my last comment so had to peek. I love this card. The colours are gorgeous.
Well done you.
Hugs
xx

Daria said...

Beautiful and elegant. I love the colors and design. TFS.

American Handmade / Printed Greeting Cards said...

Beautiful card. Can you please tell me what type of card stock you were using for their card🐹

Maudieroff Roffey said...

This just struck out at me while scrolling - it is gorgeous!!! Mxxx