Here's a simple card I love that I forgot to post. It's using the Hero Arts butterfly design for the Silhouette. It's the last time I'll use toothpicks behind this butterfly...I promise! See my other toothpick cards here and here.
I cut the butterfly from the a sheet of digi paper from Cheery Glen by Misty Cato (Sweet Shoppe Designs). To give it some shine, I used VersaMark ink on the entire butterfly and embossed it with clear embossing powder. Sorry, you can't see the shine in my photos. I also used the same ink and embossing powder on the "Sending You" part of the sentiment.
Speaking of Sweet Shoppe Designs, I stepped down from the Hybrid Babes Design Team. I didn't have enough time to devote to the SSD community. I'll continue doing hybrid projects. Thanks, Jen, for the awesome inspiration to even try doing hybrid cards!
Stamps: Big & Bold Wishes (Papertrey Ink)
Paper: kraft (SU!), Cheery Glen by Misty Cato (Sweet Shoppe Designs)
Ink: VersaMark, Rose Red (SU!)
Tools: Silhouette with butterfly design, Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers)Other: clear embossing powder, toothpicks, Tombo Mono Multi Liquid Glue, white gel pen (Sakura), foam tape (3M)
oh I love this...great job...I love your use of the toothpicks...sooooo fabbie!!
Que linda, la mariposa luce mucho!
wow!! soo pretty!!
Love this, Anthonette!
this is beautiful! the totthpicks add so much interest and texture to this card. it's one of my fave HA images.
BTW, you should, if you hadn't, join the HA Flickr group and submit this in the pool---it'll get a lot of oooos & ahhhhs.
Thanks it was great meeting you too :) I met so many nice ladies that day!!! Maile has been a doll in letting me use some of her stamps since I literally had two sets ha ha! P.s great card! You laides are inspiration for me :)
Very pretty! Not sure if I've been by since CHA but it was so nice to meet you!
Amazing card, Anthonette!! This butterfly is a stunner. I missed the other two postings so this was a breath of fresh air to me ;)
Wow, this card is a labor of love. All those toothpicks! It's totally gorgeous.
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