Saturday, October 1, 2016

Hearts and a Butterfly

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This month's sponsor for a Bit More Time To Craft Challenge #29 is 
Odd Ball Art,  I have used the image #317 in the Big Eyed Girl Series




 I coloured her with Prismacolor pencils, and coated the hearts in the background with Glossy Accents to emphasize them.  I then cut the image out with an elegant S/B Labels One die.  

I mounted this over some of Lozzy's lovely paper - this is one from the Elegant series of 12 patterns of paper.


I added a simple sentiment mounted on ribbon, and added a few heart sequins.


The butterfly is is  M/B die cut from metallic paper. 


The beautiful paper by Lozzy was so pretty that I used some of it on the inside of the card.

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19 comments:

  1. Stunning card and such gorgeous colours combined ....have a lovely weekend.xx {aNNie}

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  2. This is so pretty, I love how you framed her and the butterfly is just gorgeous too! So happy you shared in my Let's Color Linky party!

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  3. Thanks for joining us at PDE Linky Party.
    ~DT Janis

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  4. This is beautiful! Thank you for playing along at Brown Sugar this week.
    We look forward to seeing you again next time.
    Hugs
    Elena xxx
    Brown Sugar DT

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  5. Such a cute image and you've coloured her in beautifully. Missed admiring all the wonderful inspiration on the blogs whilst I've been away x

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  6. Fab pencil coloring on this young lady. (love her striped mitts). Perfect choice for the elegant S/B die to shape her pretty self, and the background paper is lovely! Adding the metallic color of the butterfly was a splendid pop of bright color and I like that you made the wings in the red, but had body in the softer kraft color. Splendid work on this pretty card.TFS & hugs

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  7. Sweet card, thanks for sharing with Morgan's Artworld!

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  8. The die cut frame is awesome and really fits this lovely lady, although I do have to say these big eyed girls always look sad to me. That butterfly is awesome and now I want to go cut some metallic butterflies. I also want some arm warmers like hers, but for fatter arms!

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  9. She is a cute Image and the butterfly is beautiful using this paper...added sweet on your card..
    Beautifully made Maxine
    Happy sunday
    Monika

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  10. Beautifully coloured image, Maxine. And I like the ribbon and the die cut butterfly looks store bought. The inside of the card is equally pretty.

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  11. Wow, beautifully coloured! And you are right that paper is perfect for the inside; it makes the card complete! Enjoy the week!

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  12. I love your card! The coloring looks amazing! Thanks for linking up with us over at PDE Linky Party :)

    Jenny ~ PDE Design Team

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  13. So pretty! Thank you so much for sharing and
    joining in with us at QKR Stampede! Hugs, Pirjo Dt

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  14. Ooh Maxine I love your cutie. I never thought of using my Prismacolours to colour an image like this and now I will be having a go. What a lovely way to colour and so enjoyable too.
    You have made a super job of her and the extras you have included, butterfly, diecut shape, backing paper, all ad to the overall loveliness of the card.
    Hugs, Neet xx

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  15. Love the die cuts and colour. Thank you for sharing with us at QKR Stampede.
    Mary

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  16. Such a gorgeous card Maxine! Beautiful coloring!
    Xoxo Olga

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  17. I love seeing what you created with one of these girls. I love your soft coloring and beautiful design.

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  18. lovely - Thank you for joining us at Graph'It Markers Colouring Change xx

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