Sunday, 18 January 2015

Butterfly Post

Hello.  Welcome.  A special hi and hello to new followers DL.ART and fun stamping.  So glad you could join my happy little band.  Hugz all round.  

Over at A Blog Named Hero they want us to use small stamps to make a background.  What a fun idea.  So I had a think and came up with this



I used Sizzix/Hero Arts Postage Stamp set and Mustard Seed distress ink.  I cut a panel using the large die from Simon Says Stamp Bundle of Stitched Shapes and stamped the butterfly and grid.  Then I used the small butterfly stamp to stamp the background.  I cut a frame using the die in the Postage set and added it around the butterfly and grid.  I mounted the panel on a yellow base card and used the straight die in the bundle of stitched shapes to add the stitch detail top and bottom.  I liked this so much I did something I rarely do.....



I made it again using Worn Lipstick



Salty Ocean



Mowed Lawn



Frayed Burlap



Hey, 5 for the price of 1.   And they were quick makes!!  Another unusual thing for me.  

Joining the fun at
A Blog Named Hero Challenge - Use Small Stamps
Stamping Sensations January Challenge - Dies and Punches
Vintage Stamping Challenge #28 - New Year New Stash the postage stamp set and the stitched dies are all new stash.
Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge - Soft Scarf 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz


9 comments:

  1. Cards that are both beautiful and not time intensive are hard to come by. This design is great!

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  2. The yellow one packs a sunny punch - gorgeous!

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  3. Well Gail you might consider packaging them up as a gift set, they look so good. Nice to enjoy the new stuff isn't it? Thanks for joining us at Vintage Stamping Challenges this month.

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  4. Wow Gail these are fabulous.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Vintage Stamping Challenges.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x
    ShirlsCards.

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  5. If you like making quick cards why not come and join our Speed Craft Challenge http://speedcraftchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ would love to see you over there!

    Fabulous cards, love the different colours :-) xxx

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  6. An absolutely beautiful creation Gail and you have paid such careful attention to all the pretty details.

    It's lovely to see you at Stamping Sensation FlonzCraft Vintage Stamping challenges this week, thanks so much for joining in.

    B x

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  7. What a beautiful "gift set" you have just created, Gail! Genius, I say!

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  8. These are al so pretty! Thank you for sharing with us at the Curtain Call!

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  9. What a great card set!
    Thanks for playing with us at Curtain Call!

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