Monday, February 27, 2012

Can You Feel the Sun?

It has been some fantastic weather for February in the past few days, hasn't it? Today I would like to share my card, which I created for my sister with the help of a word processor for the design of my background and all the layers. I applied a silicon glue between layers for a bit of a height and dimension. Coloured a digi-stamp with promarkers and pencils.Made flowers... the ones which are on top of the butterflies and on the tree with the use of "tonic petal pairs" punches. The other flowers are shop bought. I also used punches, ornate edge scissors, glitter and gemstones.

To make this card I used:

digital kit - from Megan's Creations - Curious Cutie 
digital stamp of a girl - A.Fenton/Little kids-Suzy,smelling flower
punches - Tonic butterfly punch large and mini
            - Tonic - heart mini punch
            - Tonic - petal pairs punches for my handmade flowers
            - Xcut - looped fringe punch
            - Xcut - flower doily punch
ornate edge scissors - Victorian
flowers - handmade - I used a light cardstock 
           - purchased ones - from Mulberry Crafts
from stash - pink glitter and gemstones
colouring medium - promarkers and coloured pencils

This is an inspirational picture for the current challenge at

I would like to enter following challenges:

Week 8 - Summer Fever -
#Make It A Tripple - ( 3 double layered large butterflies, 3 sets of  stitching, 3 
                                                     crystal clear gemstones and 3 handmade blooms with little petals on the tree )
#Ch#59 - Is It Blooming Outside? -
Challenge 12 -Flower Power -
#Favourite Colour/Embellishments - green lime colour,my   
                                                                       handmade flowers sitting on butterflies and the tree)
#Mother's Day/Card for a Female -
#'12 Week 8 - For a Mother -

Thank you for visiting.
All Comments very much appreciated.

**  Michaela **

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