I'm barely on time with this one. Kristina's deadline is in less than 5 minutes! Ack. Here's my card for the Kristina's Reader's Choice Color Inspiration No. 4.
The colors this week are from a great bright and colorful photo. I remember voting on this particular image. I love jelly fish! I didn't want to shy away from the bright colors. I designed about 4 versions of this card and I kept coming back to the photo. The bright blue and pumpkin pie orange had to be dominate in my design. So, I went with it. The SU! butterfly stamps were a great surprise gift from Makeesha Byl who lives in Australia. Thanks, Keesh! I should've used the sentiment that came with the stamps, but I used a sentiment from Papertrey Ink's Butterfly Dreams set. The Prima rhinestone pearls give my butterflies motion. That's it! Have a good day!
Stamps: Butterfly Dreams (Papertrey Ink), Butterfly Prints (Stampin' Up)
Paper: Pacific Point, So Saffron, Whisper White, retired SU! designer series paper
Ink: Bashful Blue, Pumpkin, Ruby Red
Tools: Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers)
Other: rhinestones (Micheal's & Prima), foam tape (3M), Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Spread Your Wings and Fly
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Lovely card! Your butterflies are so pretty!
Que tarjeta tan linda!
Wow! Awesome card for this challenge! I looked at the challenge for about 5 minutes, then gave up! ha!
This card totally ROCKS! Love those challenge colors and what you did with them. :)
LOVE the butterflies and the bling! Great card!
Yours was one of my favorites! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a congrats!
Love how you used the rhinestones with the butterfly images. Very pretty card. Love it!
cute! but, i'd think that the butterfly hanging over the edge of the card would make enveloping problematic .. unless you handmade an envelope too! TOUCHE! so, ignore me. cute!
Very pretty card. Love it! Irene (from Portugal)
Love this card! The flourishes are such a great idea to use as the butterflies flight pattern! Love it! Thanks for sharing!
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