For today's IC challenge, and for yesterday's MIX60 challenge.
I went with the 4th of Audrie's thumbs, since it was a good opportunity to use Swallowtail, which DH got me for Christmas.
I have more printed numbers than words, since I used what looks like an old logarithmic table book and a Polish mathematics book, but there is actual text on the layered butterfly wings.
I gessoed two book pages and left them to dry while I made orange, cranberry and pecan muffins for our brunch ;-).
Stamped the butterfly twice and coloured with re-inkers. I painted a rough frame around the edge with brown acrylic paint, but then decided to add some gilding flakes ~ Copper Thunder picked up on my butterfly colours and also made me think of a real butterfly wing. The green layer of wings is popped up. I added some Stickles to the butterfly, and finished it off with a Verve sentiment.
Date: Saturday, March 22, 2014 GMT Views: 1987
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Sat, Mar 22, 2014 @ 7:13 AM
The coloring on your butterfly is absolutely gorgeous -- a great combination! I'm glad I read all of your description because I didn't know if that that "frame" was paper or what. It is amazing!!! Beautiful card, Sabrina!
Registered: March 13, 2012 Location: Southern Florida Posts: 4268
Sat, Mar 22, 2014 @ 7:38 AM
That butterfly is beyond amazing, Sabrina! And so beautifully colored!
And in answer to your comment on my card: I use that Script CAC constantly. It's one of my current go-to's. It just seems to work with everything. And it works sideways as a pattern. Do a BG with it and set it aside. You'll see, you'll be making a card and it suddenly seem like just the thing!
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