Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Butterflies for Less is More

Okay last one today I promise :)

This post is for the Less is More sketch challenge. Since I kind of found my nitch in CAS cards I am super loving this challenge blog! It's funny how long you can do something without finding your own style. I'm so glad I did though It's made the process so much more enjoyable for me :)

Here is the sketch


and my take


there's that white card base again :) I stamped my butterflies (Hero Arts, Antique Engravings) on a spare piece of white then fussy cut them out. I decided to water color them with distress ink and a H20 pen. I used broken china, seedless preserves, worn lipstick, spiced marmalade, mustard seed, and peeled paint.

Here is a close up of the butterflies



The stardust stickles (it's like the white card base I can't help myself) added some fun shine. The sentiment is from Hero Arts Friends set.

Finally done posting for the day, I hope you have been inspired by what I shared with you. As always I'm so grateful you stopped by :)

11 comments:

  1. Those butterflies look super Kelly... beautiful colouring!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  2. Gorgeous butterflies Kelly
    Superb card


    Thank you very much
    mandi
    "Less is More"

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  3. Beautiful butterflies Kelly, love how bright and colourful they are.

    Hugs
    Brenda

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  4. Kelly, your butterflies are amazing! What incredible colors, and I love the Stickles shine...perfect touch! Great clean and simple card...just beautiful!

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  5. Beautiful card ... butterflies look gorgeous :)

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  6. Beautiful butterflies - really love the bright colours!!

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  7. Wonderful colours and gorgeous butterflies. GREAT card.

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  8. Beautiful butterfly card.
    luv
    Debby

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  9. Ooh this one jumped right off the thumbnail crowd at me! Just beautiful!
    Rosey x

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  10. Gorgeous butterflies Kelly wonderful colours. Janny

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