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Winged things 1

Hello Heather Telford

I have more Penny Black prettiness to share today, this time of the creative die variety. There are so many beautiful dies in the new release and this butterfly is one I will probably reach for again and again.

The butterfly on the card above is two layers but cut from three different pieces of cardstock. The underside of the butterfly is a solid red butterfly cut using the ‘flights of fancy’ die. I used the co-ordinating ‘swirling wings’ creative die to cut a lacy butterfly from white cardstock and from watercoloured cardstock. I kept the frame of the watercoloured butterfly for a card I’ll share tomorrow but popped out all the inserts and inserted them into the white lacy butterfly. I splattered some of the same watercolours onto the white card panel and die cut two sprays of flowers with the ‘flower frolic’ die. The little curly ‘hello’ is from a set of three called ‘doodles’ which will be wonderful to use.

Make sure you visit the Penny Black blog and facebook this week; there are giveaways along with all the new inspiration.

Supplies:

Creative Die: Doodles, Swirling Wings, Flights of Fancy, Flower Frolic (PB)
Inks: Dusty Concord, Victorian Velvet, Ripe Persimmon, Spiced Marmalade distress stains (Ranger) 
Cardstock: Fabriano 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, Neenah Solar white, red cardstock

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8 Comments on “Winged things 1”

  1. What a gorgeous butterfly and fabulous card! xxx

  2. Kathy Miller says:

    What an Absolutely Beautiful Card!!!

  3. Pat says:

    I love the butterfy dies and the diecut flowers coming in from the edge look so pretty and then the finishing touch of the curly sentiment. A really beautiful card Heather. x

  4. Lindsey says:

    So very pretty! I love the look of the watercolored insets.

  5. Maria says:

    Beautiful card Heather ! sorry but my fav is winged 2 🙂

  6. Paulette S says:

    Heather, it’s lovely! I had to read the butterfly layers 2 or 3 times. LOL The water color pieces really pop inside the white outline. I will definately have to try this.


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