Saturday, 21 January 2012

Butterflies card

 More pink again.......but with a bit
of blue  this time too!
It's week 51 over at 'Less is More'
 & the theme is.......
                   CUT IT OUT
I used a butterfly die ( provocraft)
& cut an aperture in some blue card
I had printed ( wishy washy watermark
pattern on it).After edging the panel
with distress ink, I 3d'd it to the main
card. I used a couple of stamps,
a wording one and a swirl and embossed
behind the butterfly aperture. Then I
added some distress ink ( spun sugar)on
top of the stamping. I added some tiny
punched butterflies , which where also
coloured with ink and stamped in blue
in places.I added some clear gems to
complete it.Hmmm now not sure if we
had to make the aperture in the actual
card itself ??
Just to add I am so thrilled to be chosen
again to be in this week's showcase over
at Less is More.Thankyou so much C&M
you made my day yet again :O)
My new grandson is now much better too
I can report. After some jaudice and feeding
problems he is looking much better.Can't
wait for my next cuddles now.


26 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Viv, love the butterfly cut out, Gay xxx Enjoy those cuddles LOL Glad he is better! x

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  2. Congratulations on your show-cased card Viv! This butterfly card is another great idea! Good to hear your little grandson is getting better too. Take care, Vicky x

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  3. This is really pretty Viv
    you were well deserved to be showCASed
    Sorry i'd not picked up on your little grandson's ehalth problems. Glad to read he is now doing better

    Thank you very much
    mandi

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  4. Love this card Viv, it looks like all the butterflies are escaping! Glad Charlie is on the mend, enjoy your cuddles:)
    Sorry about the delete I think I had an attack of dyslexia:)
    Val x

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  5. Very pretty butterfly card...congrats on your show case card

    Anne

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  6. Wow this is gorgeous Viv. Lee x

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  7. Very pretty Viv, glad to hear your grandson is improving. Carol x

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  8. This is lovely - I do like the subtle pattern in the background!

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  9. wow how super is this little card ... I love all the little flutterbyes ... I am just doing a bit of blog hopping ... happy crafting and love sandy xx

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  10. Hola Viv, i hope your little boy is better soon.
    Beautiful card, pretty butterflies, well done Viv.
    Blessings for your family and specially for your little grandson.

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  11. another absolutely gorgeous card, viv!!! love, love, love it!!

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  12. Your aperture is just perfect Viv!
    Enjoy all these special cuddles... they are tiny for such a short time!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  13. Glad little treasure is improving - this is lovely Viv. Colours are really soft and pretty.x

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  14. So glad to hear your grandson is doing better - hope he continues to improve. Well done on being showCASed - very well deserved - and another fab creation this week!

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  15. Beautiful card Viv, and a great twist on the usual cutout cards :o)
    Jackie xx

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  16. More pink you say? fine by me!! LOL!

    Love your cut out card Viv.... very simple, but very elegant!

    Hugs
    Christine x

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  17. So soft and gentle! And I'm so happy for your grandson and that you can get more cuddles!

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  18. Great card Viv, gald you're Grandson is on the mend
    Margaret x

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  19. Beautiful card Viv and big congrats on being showcased. xx

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  20. Well done on your showcasing. Love the cut out butterfly with the splash of pink behind. x

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  21. Gorgeous Viv. Love the splash of pink in your cutout butterfly.
    Lynne xxx

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  22. Very simple but very elegant Viv!
    Lizy x

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Thankyou so much for leaving a comment, everyone much appreciated :) Viv xx

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