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Another Year Flies By!

>> Monday, June 20, 2011


Congratulations to

Stacie (craft-princess)!



You have won this Butterfly Vine Postage Frame (939H) that you can see on my card below!
Don't delay, you have 7 days to contact DRS Designs with your mailing address to claim your prize.


I've used the Butterfly Vine as the focal point on my card front and added the Butterfly Ribbon Slide (681D) to the postage/photo area. Both were colored with Copic Markers. I stamped, cut out, and colored 2 of the butterflies and overlapped them. I added 3 brads to the butterfly bodies to hold them together and adhered them in place to give the illusion of a "flying" butterfly.

The card front was stamped with the "Another Year Flies By" Greeting (489F) that I split up to fit my layout. An embossing folder, a decorative border punch and some rhinestones created a very elegant birthday card. Wouldn't you agree?
The Stamp A Day Giveaway is still underway. Make sure to leave a comment on this post to enter tomorrow's drawing. Good Luck to you all and thanks for playing along!
Hope you all have a great Monday!

Smiles,
Jennifer

30 comments:

Chellie said...

Wow! That butterfly looks like it's ready to be caught in a net! What a clever card! :)

craftymom205 said...

Lovely card.

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karen freiberg said...

very pretty card...

robann said...

Beautiful butterfly card.

Roberta

yoyomaker said...

Love those ribbon slides....great use of the postage stamp !! I could surely use that.

Sammibug said...

Oh wow! Love Love Love this image! Very cool! Great card, too!

Stacie (craft-princess) said...

WOW! Versatile stamp! Thanks so much! I am off to e-mail now! The card is very gorgeous!

CarolB said...

I think that's a very clever way to use that vine stamp. I wouldn't have thought of it myself. Thanks for sharing.

Sue said...

What a great card Jennifer! I love the double butterflies and the shading on them is fantastic! WTG!!!

Designing with Debbie said...

Beautiful card. I love how the butterfly pops out. Gorgeous colors.

Pam said...

Jennifer, this is a real beauty! I love anything to do with butterflies and your flying bf is now exception. Beautiful coloring, too!

Karin said...

Jennifer, this is just so beautiful! The color is gorgeous and I love the 3-D butterfly! Awesome design :)

Jingle said...

This is such a pretty card! Love that butterfly!

Barb O said...

Beautiful card and color combinations. Such a realistic looking butterfly. The embossing adds a nice touch. Good Job!

Stephanie said...

Beautiful card! I love the butterflies.

Hollyk said...

Beautiful card, love butterflies.

Karolina B said...

What a fun and creative way to use that stamp.

Sue D said...

Great use of the postage frame stamp--love the butterflies.

Leanne said...

WOW! Fabulous project & stamp.

Mama Bear Stonich's Craft Blog said...

Love the butterfly

Ginny said...

Beautiful card. I love the butterfly,the colors are great and the swiss dots are my favorite. Trying to win again tomorrow. Can't wait to see what you have then.

Kathy Vogel said...

The blue butterflies are gorgeous. I love butterflies & especially like to visit the butterfly house & have them land on me. The blue background is lovely as well. The dotted Swiss embossing folder is great too.

Diane G said...

love this stamp another great card

rstuck2003 said...

That is absolutely GORGEOUS! Thank you so much for sharing!!

jaymack said...

I love all the blues on this card.

Anonymous said...

This card wants to make you smile with the colors of blue and the butterfuly. Well done!

Casmiles said...

Beautiful card - I love the butterfly trail...

Michelle said...

The frame is a neat prize. Fun to work with!

LouiseP said...

This card works in many ways: the blue "pops". The texture of the background and then the 3D butterfly! Perfect!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Gorgeous, Jennifer! Your butterfly is beautiful and I love the blues and terrific layout.

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