I made this card for this week's Alphabet Challenge for the letter K. The K in this card is for the Kraft cardstock and ink used and it is a thank you card for a friend's kindness. This card also fits this week's CAS challenge to "think cluster" because there are several clusters of blooms here. I have never used this color combination before and it was kind of an accident that I used it at all, but when I was done stamping, I really liked how these colors looked. I used a rectangle die to cut the front panel, then when the stamping was done, I used a smaller rectangle die to cut a frame. The frame is popped up from the middle image panel using foam strips. This card was a lot of fun to make. Thanks for looking today. ~Karen.
Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 GMT Views: 538
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Sat, May 18, 2019 @ 3:00 AM
That is so soft and pretty. I love the way the butterfly almost looks as if it was camouflaged with a floral pattern. I remember a National Geographic article from many years ago about how moths would actually change their patterns over time to adapt to their backgrounds.