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Saturday, 31 January 2015

Shabby Butterflies


Hi Crafty Friends, I seem to have fallen behind catching up with your blogs but I have been under the weather with a kidney infection recently and hope to catch up soon. My Cheery Lynn Designs DT project this week that I'm sharing with you is a Shabby Style card with some mixed media on it. It is approximately 5 3/4 inches square in size.


Here is the start of the layers on my card. I cut a square of patterned paper and then placed my Dutch Daisy Border die on with some low tack tape to cut. I used my Distress Tool around the edges and added a couple of scraps of paper which I inked at the edges.

I then applied some Texture Paste through a strip of Sequin Waste to act as a Stencil. Once dry I added a little Distress ink to coordinate with the paper.


I used the large and medium die in the Sentiment Tag set, cutting white cardstock and adding a little Distress ink to the larger die before layering up and adding some Stickles around the middle. I then layered onto my Alpine Flourish.


My Butterflies were cut in patterned paper and layered up twice.

Hope you have enjoyed looking at my card and now feel inspired to try this style of card. 

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a creative weekend,


Julie x

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18 comments:

  1. Good morning Julie I really hope you get better soon. .poor you. Your butterfly card is beautiful. .so delicate. Gorgeous vintage colours. I am on the train to Flitwick to join Brenda for her workshop. .so exciting. It's snowing a bit I really hope that it doesn't settle! Take care and have a good weekend. Hugs xx

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  2. Lovely shabby chic style and soft colours make for a delightful card Julie. Hope you're feeling better soon. Crafty hugs Ruth xx

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  3. This is just gorgeous,fab design and details.xxx

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  4. Gorgeous shabby butterflies - this is so pretty. Really hope you're feeling better soon.
    Alison xx

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  5. Hi Julie ! i hope you get better soon .
    Love your card with mixed média , and the butterfly are stunning !
    Enjoy your week end !

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  6. Very pretty! I love that flourish - great touch! I hope you get well soon - thinking of you! xx Lynn

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  7. Beautiful card Julie,love those little butterflies and the colours
    Hope you're feeling better soon
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

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  8. Hope you are feeling better soon! This card is beautiful and such a splendid way to show off the beautiful butterflies! Chrisxx

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  9. So sorry that you have been under the weather, I really hope it clears up soon.

    Your card is beautiful, as always! I love the gorgeous background that you created for the beautiful die cuts to sit on. The butterflies are simply gorgeous! Hugs, Anne xx

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  10. Beautifully put together Julie, love the shabby feel of this, the butterflies are lovely!

    Hope you feel better soon!!!

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  11. Beautiful Julie, love those gorgeous butterflies and the wonderful background! Hope you get to feeling better, sending healing hugs :)

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  12. Beautiful card as always Julie. Love the whole layout. Hope you feel better soon. Hugs Rita xxx

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  13. Beautiful, those butterflies are gorgeous! Hope you are better very soon, sending healing energy your way.

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  14. So sorry to read you have been poorly Julie hope things improve soon.

    Beautiful make, as always so very elegant.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x
    ShirlsCards.

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  15. What a wonderful card ! I love it !
    I hope you feel better by now and are ready for future wonderful scrap projects.
    Thanks for your visit

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  16. That's an amazing creation, wonderful butterflies.

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  17. Good morning Julie, so sorry to hear you have not been feeling well. Gorgeous design and love the butterflies.

    Stay well.

    Diane

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  18. So delicate. A beautiful shabby chic piece. Jenny x

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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