Saturday, July 23, 2016


What does one do when your mojo has up and left????


You tube has the answer to everything?? Want to know how to knit?? YouTube. Want to learn how to paint a ceiling?? YouTube. Mine is always trying to teach me that one! So off I trudged to my YouTube. I saw video after video...... Ive been playing!! Yeah!!!!

I'll show you some of the stuff I've been doing in another post later!

Today I have a challenge card for Kaisercraft blog. This month they had a sketch.

So armed with a new stamp from my local craft shop, I was off. I was telling a lady all about what you could do with this stamp and die that I talked myself into buying it!! I've already glittered up the inserts and coloured it abit. Sneak peak below.

It is a stamp and die set called Butterfly DD928. It is soo pretty. Along the lines of the adult colouring books that are out at the moment with lots of small areas to colour.

So I decided to emboss the butterfly in gold and die it along with a second image to die cut the inserts out of smooth white cardstock. I picked out sections I wanted to colour with their new Gel Pens. These Gel Pens are gorgeous. I couldn't have a small set of 12 or even 24 I had to get the whole lot of 48! They include Neon, Glitter, Pastels and Metallic! I used a combination of just 2 glitter pens as they blend very nicely!

I used Coconut 12 x 12 cardstock and cut in half to form a 6 x 6 card. I used the paper range called Provincial. It has some beautiful blues. Most of the embellishments are out of that paper pad. I wanted to frame the LOVE so I drew a border around it and cut it out. I think that worked pretty good. All the paper panels are inked with "Bark" ink to make them pop more. The flowers are "honey" colour.

I didn't want to add too much as the butterfly is pretty busy in itself. I hope you like it.

Thanks for looking and cross your fingers for me! Ha ha. You don't know unless you give it a red hot crack!

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful card Nat. Love how you have only coloured parts of the butterfly.