Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Flutter By in Stripes

Flutterby Wednesday - FBW164 Use Stripes
Crafty Cardmakers - #50 Butterflies
Stamping Scrapping Challenge Central - Bling

This week at Flutterby Wednesday we are looking for stripes on your creations along with your butterfly, fairy or angel!

I used the MFT Butterfly Die-namics to cut butterflies through the striped paper and sahara sand layers.  Then everything that could be outlined with my quickie glue pen and glittered, was!  Everything at my desk sparkles now, heehee. 

The sentiment is from Little Moments by Paper Makeup Stamps. 

Thanks for fluttering by!  Be sure to check out the FBW Blog for more super striped creations from the Flutterby Team!

Stamps: Little Moments by Paper Makeup Stamps
Paper: Tempting Turquoise, Sahara Sand, Kaisercraft Utopia DP
Ink: Tempting Turquoise
Accessories: MFT Butterfly Die-namics, Circle Punches, Quickie Glue Pen, Grosgrain Ribbon, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Gems


Anonymous said...

Very pretty, I love the bright teal color that you did the butterflies in!

Jennifer Shults said...

Oh my. How gorgeous is this? I love the cut outs!!! Fantastic card Michelle!

June Houck said...

Fantastic apertures and I love the corner ribbon treatment. Very pretty, Michelle!

Deb said...

Love this card! It's so well done and so eye-catching. The cut-outs into the card are perfect.


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Carma said...

Fabulous "cut-out" butterflies!! What a GREAT idea!! (And you've got lovely striped butterflies to put on something else :)

Nancy said...

Michelle, I love this, especially the fact that they are cut through the paper!! Beautiful work!

Harriet Skelly said...

Michelle I love that you used the negative butterfly punches! Beautifully done!

Teresa Kline said...

this is gorgeous, I adore the butterflies...thanks for the inspiration, I have been wanting to play with this challenge...hope your weekend is awesome!

enjoy *~*

Danni said...

Sparkle is good!! LOL!! Very pretty card!!

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Dawn Mercedes said...

I like how you used those flutterby dies! wow!