Friday, 23 October 2015

Everything is Small Stuff

Hello.  Welcome.  Still on a black and white plus none high. 

I was inspired by Greta's card.  Greta is the muse for this month's CASE playground over at Stamplorations.

I started by sponging versamark through stencil and embossing with white powder. 

I added a border of washi tape.

I stamped the butterfly and sentiment from Trendy Butterflies on vellum and embossed with black powder.  I fussy cut the butterfly and cut the sentiment with Spellbinders Labels 21.  I used my embossing tool to add some detail to the sentiment and mounted on a piece of black card.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Stamplorations Flash Fall Flower Linky Party
Stamplorations October CASE Playground
Stamplorations Anything Goes Challenge 
Country View Challenge 32 - Add Some Texture 
Scrapyland Challenge 28 - Embossing + Die 


  1. Oh my goodness, Iona--this is fabulous! The stenciled & embossed flower is so striking & I love the butterfly & sentiment on vellum and of course, perfect Washi frame! I'm so honored you chose to CASE my card!

  2. Thanks for showing each step of your card making process! It was fun to see - and like I was in your craft room with you! It's beautiful, and an amazing inspiration from Greta's card. Thanks for joining us in the Scrapy Land Challenge! Hope to see your pretty projects again.
    happiness and hugs,
    {Creative Smiles}

  3. Gorgeous card Gail!!! Love the colors palette you chose for this make and such fantastic embossing work!
    Thank you so much for joining our challenge at Scrapy Land!

    Samra GDT
    Paper Talk with Samra

  4. Very elegant looking black and white card! Love that flower! Thanks for playing along with us at Scrapy Land Challenge #28!

  5. That stark white flower is gorgeous against the black! Thanks for joining in at CASEplorations

  6. This is fabulous! Love that border, very creative :) so glad you payed at CASEplorations !


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