Siproeta Stelenes (Malachite) & Papilio Trolius (Spicebush Swallowtail) landing on a nearby flower when we visited The Butterfly Garden at Bostonís Museum of Science.
April 19, 2006
I applied the alcohol inks to both some remnant photo paper and the admission ticket stub by adding inks to my Ranger Non-Stick Craft Mat and the papers along with Ranger's Blending Solution and a misting bottle of Rubbing Alcohol.
The lime green behind the top layer of ribbon is visible in real life, but the scanner bed was at an angle due to the mild lumpiness so it only shows the sliver under hte bottom edge in my scan... sorry!
Date: Saturday, April 29, 2006 GMT Views: 638
Paper: Club Scrap - Painted Desert Stem & Flower, Let Me Count The Ways Cherry;
Ink: Ranger - Alcohol Inks in Lettuce & Bottle, Adirondack Dye Ink Pad in Red Pepper, Distress Ink in Worm Lipstick; Tsukineko - Brilliance Ink Pad in Gamma Green; Jaquard - Pinata Alcohol Ink in Rainforest Green;
Accessories: Ribbon - from stash; Ranger - Non-Stick Craft Mat, Blending Solution; Misting Bottle of Rubbing Alcohol; Ticket Stub; Arial Black Computer Font;
Thank you! You know that this is only a 6x6 layout.. if I'd printed it larger there's even more clarity! While the walls and dirty windows weren't so photogenic the plants and butterflies in this tiny Butterfly Garden were!