Thursday, March 13, 2014

Crooked Edged Silk Moth Card

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I wanted to make a 'different' card when teaching this week, and saw this cut back edge technique and adapted it to 'fit' my stamp.


The image (Silk Moth by Layers of Color, now retired) was stamped in Sahara Sand Chalk ink by Tsukineko, coloured with chalks, and highlighted with a gold pen and some Kindy Glitz.


Next the right side of the card was trimmed back to the edge of the wing of the moth, and then across from the wing tip to the fold.


The inside of the card was lined with a plain paper, and then a flower was popped onto the inner edge at the top of the card.  This was made using the second Itty Bitty Flower die by Spellbinders, and sponged with Crushed Velvet ink before being rolled.  The leaves were from the same set and sponged with Bundled Sage ink before the die was removed. 

Some Kindy Glitz on the flower and a few sequins finished the card.

I am linking this to:
Through The Craft Room Door - Anything Goes
Scrap Creations - Pastels
Penny's Challenges #168 - Anything Goes
Little Red Wagon Challenge #228 - Dimensional (the flower)
Crafting By Design - Things With Wings
Crafting for All Seasons challenge #73 - Spring into Spring
The Crafter's Cafe Challenge #54 - Flowers
Addicted to Stamps Challenge #86 - Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday Challenge #123 - Anything Goes

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May your day be blessed.


14 comments:

  1. Beautiful Maxine. My favorite part of this card is that Moth. Moths can rival butterflies in color and beauty. Exemplary coloring on this one. The rest of the card very much highlights the moth. It reminds me of our Luna Moth here in the States.

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  2. Oh Maxine, this is stunning!!! I love the way you trimmed off the card for the wing and that gorgeous moth! So beautiful. The flower is so pretty and tops everything off.
    Lynn

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  3. wow! What a gorgeous card! That butterfly is stunning and which beautiful colors.

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  4. This butterfly has me bamboozled. It is so unique. This is a beautiful work of art and I thank God you shared your talent with us this week at Word Art Wednesday.
    Blessings, Carole

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  5. The butterfly is is stunning. I really like how you cut the card to follow the shape of the butterfly. Thanks for joining this weeks challenge over at Little Red Wagon.

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  6. Gorgeous butterfly Maxine!!
    Love the design of your card.
    Thanks for joining the TTCRD challenges!
    Hugs,Sandra

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  7. Really pretty and such lovely colours. Thanks for sharing with us at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge.
    Mandy x (PPCC DT)

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  8. This is so shimmery and absolutely beautiful. I made a butterfly card yesterday. They are a lot of fun. Thanks so much for stopping to share with us.
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  9. This is gorgeous!
    Thank you for playing along with us at Crafting for all Seasons. Good Luck and I hope we see you again!

    Hugs,
    Milnie DT

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  10. A beautiful spring creation. Thanks for joining us at CFAS this time. Carol DT x

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  11. Love this technique and your butterfly is beautifully coloured. Thanks for joining the fun at ATSM. Monika

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  12. Ohhhh that butterfly is just gorgeous. Your card makes me long for spring. Thanks for joining us this week at ATS&M.

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  13. STUNNING! Thanks for sharing with us at The Crafter's Cafe for our Flowers challenge..
    Blessings,
    Zella

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  14. A really pretty card - very elegant.

    Thanks for joining us at Penny's.

    Helen x

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