OLW 158 Fly away with mePosted: September 18, 2013 Filed under: CAS, OLW, Soft Wings 13 Comments
This week’s One Layer Wednesday challenge is to feature something with wings on your card. I chose this beautiful butterfly stamp and a palette of browns.
I masked the left hand side of the card front so I could sponge and stamp the right hand side. I have roughly used the rule of thirds for my stamped panel. The butterfly is stamped over both sides directing the eye from left to right. I also added a little sponging to the bottom edge in keeping with the vintage feel of the card.
OLW 158 Rules
1. A one-layer card is defined as a single layer of card stock folded in half. No other layers of paper allowed.
2. Make a card with wings on it. It could feature birds, butterflies, planes, mosquitos ; anything with wings.
3. Post your card somewhere online and link back to it here using the InLinkz button on the sidebar. If linking to a blog post, please be sure to link to the specific post and not your blog’s home page.
4. The most important rule of all…HAVE FUN!
This is gorgeous – I love the dimension you have achieved with the spongeing and the colour palette is spot on!
So so so beautiful! Love it!
Music and butterflies… a perfect combination. Beautiful in these muted tones, Heather.
GORGEOUS card Heather…wonderful combo of elements – makes your heart sing!
What a delight to look at!
So lovely. Like this sepia tone that creates such a vintage feel to your card.
I just wanted to tell you that I love absolutely every one of your beautiful cards. The color combos are gorgeous! Thank you for sharing.
GF you sponge so beautifully! Beautiful card and I love the challenge~
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Thank You for visiting my blog today. I like your challenge!
The musical border is gorgeous!
It doesn’t matter for what occasion you use the butterfly, it always looks great!