Good afternoon, and Easter blessings to you all.
I thought I had better put this entry up before the challenges I had in mind when I made it, expire.
The sketch I used is the current Midnight Madness sketch challenge 100
I used the Bell Brocade art stencil from Layers of Color for the design on the panel to the right, sponging on Ranger Stampit wine ink.
The rectangle was cut from a pale pink paper and sponged with lavender ink (of the same brand) before being taken out of the Spellbinders Classic rectangle (lg #3) die. This was layered on the matching Scalloped rectangle cut in pink.
Before adhering this to the cream speckled card base, I cut three loop edged squares from the Cuttlebug vintage corners dies in olive green paper.
I split one in half diagonally, and laced that and the two intact ones together with the ribbon and bow before adhering to the base. The remaining triangle was placed in the bottom right corner with another bow on it.
The butterfly is from the Joyful Noise stamp set by layer of Color, stamped onto the green paper and embossed with gold ep, and painted with twinkling H2O's. I used Iridescent Gold on the wings, which gives a wonderful interplay with the light.
The butterfly was mounted on dimensional adhesive, and pink rhinestones placed for the 'flight path'
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Thank you for visiting, and may you know the richest of Easter Blessings.