Here is what I did...
I extend a scalloped die to suit the dimensions of my card base.
The Butterflies images are from Marjolein
The sentiment stamp on the stack is from Marianne Design, stamped with VersaMark and embossed with clear embossing powder.
It says: "only for you".
The little flowers below the stack is an old stamp.
I stamped it with Versafine, used clear embossing powder, then I colored the image with bleach, and finally colored it again with Sakura Gelly Roll markers .
The hearts of the flowers are made with a Rhinestone.
I added little butterflies made with punches.
Date: Monday, October 28, 2013 GMT Views: 866
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 53559
Mon, Oct 28, 2013 @ 4:47 AM
What beautiful blues - lovely to see at this time of year, along with the butterflies. I really like all your layering on the stack, and using the middle panel for a sentiment. Thank you for playing along in the TLC today. (Grins, I was sure you would - I know you love trying new folds!!!).
p.s. - I noticed this wasn't showing in the TLC gallery for today, so I edited your keyword for you ;).
Registered: August 26, 2006 Location: Bellevue, Nebraska Posts: 1543
Mon, Oct 28, 2013 @ 9:14 AM
These are really pretty! Thank you for playing along with my Flutter By Wednesday Challenge!
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When in doubt-add pink, sparkle and a butterfly! http://dannisdreamscrafts.blogspot.com/
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Beautiful card Niki - I love the delicate turquoise and green colour scheme. Love the flip down fold too! Thanks for sharing your card at Lexi's Creations this time in our "Birthday Celebrations" challenge.
Registered: April 4, 2008 Location: Sahuarita, Arizona originally from New Brunswick, Canada Posts: 16598
Mon, Oct 28, 2013 @ 5:05 PM
Niki, what a beautiful card.... Love the colour combo, the elongated scallop panel and all the beautiful butterflies... also love how you put a sentiment on the centre panel... very well done... love it...