Welcome back to Day 3 of Inspiration featuring the new February 2020 release from Neat & Tangled.
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I decided to create a little scene with my Butterfly Beauties today. First to add color to my butterfly, I scribbled some ink from my Karin Brushmarkers Pro onto a craft sheet. I then spritzed with water and squished a piece of watercolor paper down into the mix.
Once that panel was dry, I stamped my butterfly in Versafine Black ink and used the coordinating die to cut it out. I also went ahead and stamped some clouds from the To The Stars stamp set and die cut those out as well.
One another piece of watercolor paper, I lightly ink blended Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink. Then I spritzed with water and dabbed up with a paper towel. Before adding to a card base, I stamped my sentiment in Versafine Black ink. Then added my clouds and butterfly.
I finished off the card by adding my panel to a piece of light blue cardstock. Neat & Tangled carries a variety pack of cardstock and it has amazing colors.
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That’s a beautiful card with a wonderful motivating message! 🙂
Beautiful card with this lovely butterfly!
Love shading of blue and green.
thanks for sharing
Love the simple elegance of this beauty!
Pretty sky and butterfly.
This is beautiful!! Love your color combo!
NIce coloring and addition of sky with clouds to create the scene.
You always show us your inspiring, creative cards. I would like to comment at Neat & Tangled, but we have to have a gmail account, which I do, but it doesn’t go through to their site. Why do businesses have comments just from gmail? I’ve not yet figured that one out yet. They lose out on perhaps their most curious questions, or thanks or etc.
love this card