The PB butterfly stamp has been on my desk for some time, so when I was tidying my desk on Saturday I stamped it on some watercolour paper with Morning Mist. Today I thought that I could easily do a WFD background on the stamped panel and then add colour. So that's what I did. Image coloured with Inktense pencils and some detailing added with SN clear glitter pen, Nuvo clear drops and Stickles. I also stamped a bit of Gorgeous Grunge in white. And while it's hard to see, I trimmed almost two inches off the front of the card, so that when it's closed you can see a script stamp running down the side of the card, and you can see it through the lace borders too. (HA script stamp, in Versafine Deep Lagoon. I should have paid more attention when I was taking the photo, and may update later if I get the chance.
I embossed the button border down the side and carefully sponged a little colour onto the buttons. And to finish I added a Beautiful Wings butterfly from the container of bits and pieces on my desk.
Date: Monday, May 7, 2018 GMT Views: 427
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Mon, May 07, 2018 @ 11:12 AM
What a soft & lovely bg you achieved for this collage stamp! (like Francie, I guess I continue to add and add because Tim Holtz said I could - LOL) Yep I am catching just a hint of that script through your border lace. Beautiful card.
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Sat, May 12, 2018 @ 12:42 PM
The distressing on the card panel and the lacy cut edge make this pretty background into a beautiful card. I love stamps like that that lay out the entire little scene for you. Beautiful coloring on it.