The black layer of the two small panels measure 3.25 by 2.25; they are placed ½ from the designer paper edge.
This started out as black and white card but I forgot to put the brads on before attaching layers, so out came the gems and red shows up best.
The Paisley print and butterfly are heat embossed. Butterfly is colored with Brilliance black. The edges of the butterfly and black panels are distressing with perforator tool. I also did the direct to paper with Basic Black on the butterfly panel. I glued the same amount of cardstock thickness under the outer edges of the butterfly panel so its lies even on the card. Flowers are attached with tacky glue.
Date: Tuesday, January 16, 2007 GMT Views: 3317
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Tue, Jan 16, 2007 @ 9:05 PM
Shows up as light blue and black on my screen and I thought, "Wow! I love that combo!" Then I read it is white and black......still beautiful especially with the red accent. Think I'll go stamp some light blue and black!! Hee Hee!
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