Category: Butterfly challenge: #73 butterflies + g is for glossy accents and/or

You have painted this hidrangea so well!! Before reading all, I have tought that this was a page of that book : Really lovely! The butterfly makes the flower pops out and the tiny candies look great with the glossy accents! Beautiful card! Your Marvy pens look like they stood in extremely well for the special brushes.

Love the look on the pretty hydrangea, and love the shading in the petals and especially on the leaves. Butterfly looks quite at home perched among the petals, and brilliant idea to add the G. Accents on the candi brads.

Glad you found the book! Beautiful colours and great stamp. Absolutely gorgeous - I thought it was stamped and painted when I saw the thumbnail in my blog feed. I'm amazed to see it was painted from scratch!

What a great investment that book is Jane. This is gorgeous Valery, I can see why you bought the book. You have won my blog candy, if you would like to get in touch with you address I will get it sent to you. Sue xx. Wow, you did a great job with this. I love that the butterfly does double duty and you were able to save the card. Using water friendly inks and water looks just as pretty as using paint and your card proves that.

You are so talented!

butterfly challenge: #73 butterflies + g is for glossy accents and/or

Your flower looks perfect to me. What a bargain you got with this wonderful book. Look forward to seeing the other flowers you paint. If you ever decide to get the chinese brushes, let me know.

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Vancouver is about 45 minutes away from me and there is a huge Chinatown area with lots of shops. I know the name sounds politically incorrect, but that is the real name of the area. The street signs are in 'chinese and it is a unique area to shop, etc. Ooh wow Mrs A both cards are gorgeous l just love the smell of Hydrangea's l have the same colour out in my garden The glossy accents looks brilliant on your card candy and the 2nd card is just as lovely too!

Lovely card, Valery.Pages Home Butterfly Challenge Wins. Tuesday, February 28, Crumbs is that the time! Need to get my skates on. I'm short of a few days for Mo's Rudolph day challenge. Determined to play along so without further ado here is my offering.

Did I just say quick? Which part of quick didn't my brain understand!! I cut the frame from various coloured card stock and mixed and matched with the images. Sentiments were cut using various Britannia word dies. Posted by Mrs A.

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Well goodness me I'm 7 yrs old today! Doesn't time fly when your having fun. So to honour the occasion I'm offering the following candy to my followers. Friday, February 24, Twins. Well two actually as it turned out to be twins, one of each.!! We have been over to see them and gosh you forget how tiny babies can be. They were the only clothes to fit especially the booties. All mth clothes fell straight off her. Anyway this is the card I made for the birth of the twins.

I made a 3 fold card by matting two card blanks together. Corner pieces are silver stickers from my stash. Creative Ladybirds Creation Anything goes. Scrapper's Delights 63 Anything goes. Crafty Creations Anything goes. Creative Moments Anything goes. Inspiration Destination Anything goes.Thank you for taking time to visit, and I hope I am even a tiny bit helpful as I have been helped and blessed by so many others.

I have been doing Calligraphy since teens, and card making for many years as well. In I delighted in the joys of stamping with ink and embossing after a trip to Cairns, Qld. In I discovered the brayer, the Cuttlebug, also have now taking to reading up on crafting blogs and lo!

Here I am, on one of my own. I live on the coast of eastern Australia. I am a Christian. It was over 40 years ago, after a Beach Mission Service at the age of 12 years. This card is just wonderful and so elegant!

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Love the butterfly with the glossy accents and the diecut panel! The tiny hearts are a sweet detail. Thanks for the inspiration! This is a beauty.

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I love your slate blue bitterfly. The card is so crisp and clean looking and oh so elegant. Thank you for fluttering into my butterfly garden. Hugs Mrs A. It's gorgeous combined with that Piestra tile inlay of the border that die can be tricky to cut too! Good job with that. It made such a classically beautiful card, and I can bet the Glossy just gleams on the butterfly. Enjoyed the wonderful balloon and sunset picture you shared. I LOVE that butterfly!

Such a gorgeous card and the blue is crisp and fresh looking behind the butterfly. Thank you for the photo shot of your beauty. Oh that flutterby! My Mom called them flutterby's! It's beautiful, as is your Aussie shot. Thank you for your beautiful post today my friend. Blessings, Betsy. I have that same die sitting on my desk just begging to be used, gorgeous inspiration!

Such a beautiful soft creation. Love your butterfly and die cut panel, both of which I think I have. That colour behind the panel is just perfect. Love it. Your butterfly is beautiful, I so love the paper you used for the background, the little hearts are just perfect to go with the sentiment.

That sunrise picture is so pretty, love the balloon you caught there too, that must be just beautiful ride early in the morning so clear like that!Thank you for taking time to visit, and I hope I am even a tiny bit helpful as I have been helped and blessed by so many others. I have been doing Calligraphy since teens, and card making for many years as well. In I delighted in the joys of stamping with ink and embossing after a trip to Cairns, Qld.

In I discovered the brayer, the Cuttlebug, also have now taking to reading up on crafting blogs and lo! Here I am, on one of my own. I live on the coast of eastern Australia.

I am a Christian. It was over 40 years ago, after a Beach Mission Service at the age of 12 years. Warning - picture heavy post :D. That's it for today - thanks dear wonderful folks - you are all such a blessing to me! Shaz in Oz. Linking over to:.

Rudolph day challenge over at Scrappy Mo's. Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra where it's always 'anything goes. Or optional theme: inspired by a song or carol. Posted by Shaz in Oz. WOYWW post below If this iPad will play ball I will post a quick post for Annie's smiles. Firstly to my desk Well here tis pretty boring.

I'm tidying up desk working area from making two DT cards which naturally I cannot show you! As Julia would say there are two pairs of scissor. Lovely pad and ribbon that may give a clue for one of the two cards. There is at right rear, a corner rounder punch large size by Fiskars, another hint which I love and works much better than first one I bought, which was a dud of different variety, but same brand, which Spotlight changed over for me even though i couldn't find my receipt pretty kind I thought.

And you can see the clock says it is past three in the afternoon, when I took it. Two monkeys are falling over because a wooden stamp fell off its perch and knocked them over. I've some cards to share also,which if finished mostly as presents to folks who had birthdays at end of Feb.

I've some friends who Iove hand made cards and don't have time to craft. Then mounted stamped image upon card. U sed a new birthday die I bought on very cheap salePoppy Stamps Happy Birthday Die cut to in purple and laid it on vellum.

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Card 2: I love this card, it was so snippety, everything was just bits laying around craft room, cardmaking detritus. Verse printed off ages ago most of sheet used, I inked up the background I.Stunning cards l love the stitched butterflies thay Glenda has on her card and just loving the shrinking plastic butterfly effect on yours Mrs A and of course the slate blue is gorgeous too!

Welcome to Glenda, her stitched butterflies on the card are just stunning! Beautiful vellum envelope, too. Love both your cards, and expecially the second one, it's so sweet!

butterfly challenge: #73 butterflies + g is for glossy accents and/or

Wow, gorgeous inspiration cards! Congratulations to Glenda - I especially love the stitched butterflies! I love your little shrink plastic butterfly!

It's so cute!

butterfly challenge: #73 butterflies + g is for glossy accents and/or

Both of your cards are stunning! This is definitely a challenge I can do, and I already have an idea so I'm planning to be back to play along again! Will try not to wait until the 11th hour this time! Thank you for inspiring! Congratulations to Glenda on guesting! Her stitched cards are always so amazing to me!

Beautiful DT cards! I'm just playing for fun. Sorry it has taken me so long to play with a butterfly and link up!! Hugs, Darnell. Welcome to Glenda as your Guest Designer. I am enchanted with her lovely embroidered card!! What spring-fresh colors and sweet design with the butterflies fluttering out of the vellum envelope!

butterfly challenge: #73 butterflies + g is for glossy accents and/or

Love your wonderful samples, too, Mrs. Brilliant technique embedding the gems in the Glossy Accents on your shrink plastic butterfly embellishment. Wonderful shabby layers on your other card. Thank you for another fun butterfly challenge!!

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I love your challenges and you prepared lovely inspirations, I love this little vellum envelope! Her card is fantastic and all that wonderful sewing too.Magiczna Kartka is having a winter candy giveaway, a new collection called 'Unique'.

Click on the picture to go to the blog for further details. Labels: blog candy. Wednesday, 11 October Merry Christmas Card. Stamp: Penny Black 'The Wonder' clear stamp. Sentiment: freebie from craft magazien. Finally have time to do paper crafting after months of being busy preparing my kid for the school final term exam. First time using water colour to paint the cloud and sky background.

Painting is really not my forte. Penny Black is holding special holiday challenge. Click on the picture for further details.

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Labels: Penny Black. Monday, 4 September A Christmas Tilda. Image: Magnolia Tilda. This holiday themed card is part of my contribution as Guest Designer for Paradise of Magnolia September challenge. Labels: Magnolia Tilda.

Wednesday, 24 May Decoupaged Recycled Tin. Stamp: Magnolia Mini Tilda. Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities 'Beaded Ovals' die, Flourish die freebie from Papercraft Essentials magazine, Coredination cardstock, Sakura flower punch, Copic, serviette, recycled tin. Another decoupage altered tin that I have done sometime ago but only managed to decorate it now.

Will be using it as part of my stationery holder or caddy. Labels: Magnolia Mini Tilda. Labels: layout. Saturday, 20 May Birthday Card. Stamp: Penny Black. Thursday, 18 May Thank You Card.

Labels: thank you card. Wednesday, 10 May Tulips for mom. Recyle empty tin. Tools: gesso, serviette, flower punch, butterfly punch, glitter, Copic, ribbon, empty tin.

Have been thinking to recyle some empty tins which I kept and keeping dust in my craft rack. Labels: candy. Sunday, 7 May Happy Mother's Day. Tools: Faber Castell watercolour pencils, scallop deckle scissor, lace, diy peony flower, button, pink yarn, Sizzix Flourish embossing folder, Martha Stewart Frond punch.What an absolutely brilliant technique. One I have not seen done before. This is gorgeous. I love the splash of coloured in butterfly.

Thankyou for fluttering by my challenge with this unique card. Hugs Mrs A. This is a very unusual card but perfectly done. Thanks for playing at Butterfly challenge this fortnight. Thank you for taking a look at my blog and maybe leaving a comment! Please come back soon! To comply with the new EU ePrivacy Regulation: Those leaving a comment on any post on this blog do so on the understanding that their name and personal details will be visible to anyone who visits this blog.

On entering a piece of artwork into any competition or giveaway that I might promote, they do so in the knowledge that their name and blog link are visible to all who visit this blog and in so doing have published their own personal details and consented to our use of that personal information should it be selected as a winner - thanks. Sunday, 26 February Spotlighting Technique again. This is when colour is added to just one part of the image.

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