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>> Tuesday, July 5, 2022

 Hi Everyone,

Lacking design inspiration, I looked back over my recent cards, and landed on this one here.  Instead of stamping the butterfly inside an inked-up oval, I tore some paper and masked off the top and bottom of my white panel and sponged some ink inside the center.  That gave me space to stamp the Filigree Butterfly multiple times and left me room for the Special Birthday Wishes Greeting.

I tried to do the random placing of enamel dots as embellishments, but I think they may need to be various sizes for the perfect effect.  

Thanks for stopping by!



Lisa said...

Great technique of the torn edge and wonderful colors for the blending Karin. This makes a wonderful birthday card and I do like the candy dots too.

Sue said...

I'm so glad you took a walk down memory lane and found your oval butterfly card, cause it really was the perfect inspiration for a fabulous card! Looks like a very quick and easy card to make yet it really makes those butterfly pop! Love it!!!

dutchess said...

This is really beautiful….loving that background it really makes the stamped images pop…take care

nwilliams6 said...

Really cool look, Karin. I love the colors you chose and this technique is super great for showcasing that lovely butterfly! Fab card. Hugz

Robin Clendenning said...

Love the background you created for your butterflies Karin, that soft ombre look, reminds me of sherbet!
Beautiful card!

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