Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Butterfly Challenge

I found a new challenge blog
and it fits my style:
It is a new blog and this is their 
first challenge:
So for this challenge I got out my
Tim Holtz butterflyand other
Tim Holtz stamps.
I right away had this idea of making two tags:
one with happy and the other with birthday.
The background of the card and the tag is a combination
of watercolor and spray inks.

I stamped the butterfly twice. Once on the tag
and the second time on another piece of sprayed paper.
I cut out the 2nd butterfly and colored it with\distress
markers. On top there is some gloitter glue.

Here you see the 2 layers.

A little bling on a birthday card is always fun.

Thanks for looking.
Have a creative day!


Toni Hinchcliffe said...

Great card/tags, Hetty! I will go check out this blog!

Lilian YF said...

This is gorgeous, Hetty!
Thank you for joining us at Creative With Stamps!
The Leaf Studio

Maxine D said...

Oh Hetty this is wonderful - what a creative way to use the tags and stamps.

Daffodil Cards said...

Such pretty and sparkly butterflies, love the 2 tags, lovely stamps and love the staples on the ribbons.

Eunice Beckmann said...

Oh wow - the idea with the two tags on your card is brilliant and I love the way you created the card :)
Thanks for sharing with us at "Creative with Stamps",
Eunice (DT)

Dotty Jo x said...

So beautiful! Thanks so much for joining us at CWS for our first challenge, Jo x

Helen F. said...

Wonderful Birthday card design, Hetty! Love the colors and those pretty butterflies on the tags. Thanks for playing along with us at "Creative with Stamps" :-)

Monika Reeck said...

Did you posted this at your Bday Hetty?
oh dear you even made a beautiful card on your bday
you are a super Cardmaker
and that butterfly so shiny I love it and the tag
ooh I love your tim holtz stamp
really vintage and can be as manly card too
great TAG card (I do card with tag too but never put two tags ) will borrow your idea one day
Thank you for joining us at Creative With Stamps for our first challenge,