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Sunday, June 3, 2018

BUTTERFLY SQUIGGLE

CASology's challenge this week (squiggle) made me think outside my "flower box" and finally came up with something.  Had a small alcohol inked piece on my desk, so die cut the PTI butterfly as my starting point.


The gold embossed flourish is also from PTI.  I cut out three more butterflies to give my butterfly a little weight and backed it with some more gold as there was gold foiling on the AI piece.  Sponged on some broken china DO, spattered with water, added a few Nuvo drops and done!  The CAS in my card is mostly monochromatic with lots of white space.  Definitely an easy card to reproduce and great for using up scraps.


Thanks for stopping by and always enjoy your kind comments.


 

12 comments:

  1. Betty, this is a stunner! So much depth and movement in the inks but still CAS perfection. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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  2. Beautiful butterfly with the squiggly trail, Betty! Just love the wash behind and all the drops!!

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  3. Gorgeous card Betty! Love the pretty colours of your AI butterfly lined with gold. The pretty flourish is the perfect "squiggle"! xx

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  4. Beautiful card, Betty. The AI butterfly is gorgeous and great inking on the background. Love the colour combo too x

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  5. Beautiful card! Love the paper you used for the butterfly - and pairing with the gold flourish is perfect! Thanks for joining us at CASology!

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  6. Oh my goodness--CAS perfection, Betty! I love how you sponged on the blue & the AI with gold is gorgeous!

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  7. Gorgeous butterfly, Betty! I love how you added the flourish to create movement and how you highlighted it with your blue sponging...so elegant!

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  8. A gorgeous CAS beauty indeed!!!

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  9. Oh, what a lovely card. Thanks for sharing how you did it!

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  10. So beautiful!! Love the butterfly!! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CASology! Anna xo

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  11. Beautiful butterfly, and perfect for the challenge Betty.

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