CASE Study #132 – Heartfelt Wishes Butterfly Card

Hi everyone,

I am playing along with CASE Study again this week and had some fun using up another one of the Distress Paint tag backgrounds that I made.  I took inspiration from the colours Julie Ebersole used on her card and also the butterfly (You can see the current Case Study blog challenge here).  The main technique for the card is basically to use the negative from your die cut.  This is a great way to use your die cuts for a different look and seems to have become a more popular technique with more cards around that feature it.  I created the background behind the white frame by diluting some Sunshine Yellow Dylusions Ink Spray and then painting onto the card base.

Well I am off to keep working on the projects for the upcoming In-Store Weekend Workshop at Southern Stationery.  Over the next couple weeks or so there will be sneak peaks of the projects on the Stefs Paper Crafts blog.

Thanks for stopping by,

Kristy

Heartfeltwishesbutterflycard

 

Supplies: Distress Paint (See the blog post about the backgrounds here), Tag, Dylusions – Sunshine yellow and London Fog, Hero Arts Stamp & Die Cut – Butterflies #3,Tim Holtz Sizzix – Texture Fades – Riveted Metal, Sizzix – Frame Fancy Square , White card, Archival ink – Jet Black, Hero Arts Clear Set – All Occasion Messages, Ribbon

2 thoughts on “CASE Study #132 – Heartfelt Wishes Butterfly Card

  1. love the splattering and that gorgeous butterfly! Amazing pop of colour 🙂 Thanks for playing with us over on CASE Study 🙂

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