Sunday, January 24, 2016

Featured Stamper Challenge

Happy Sunday!  I haven't played or posted in Splitcoast Stampers in forever!  I should pay them more attention because that's where all this blogging started way back then. 
Today is their Featured Stamper challenge and we are CASEing  Michele Greenwood (Whimsey on SCS).  I just adored this card she made and had to case it.  I've always loved black, pink and's so Parisian!  I started by die cutting the base of the butterfly in black dot paper and three times from white.  The frame was die cut from paper that I had sponged with spun sugar and picked raspberry distress inks.  I adhered all of them together then adhered it to the base.  Then I sponged another piece of paper with the picked raspberry and punched out the border with the scallop border punch.  That and the black dot paper was adhered to the bottom.  I added the sentiment and sequins to finish it off.
Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps:  Enclosed: butterfly (PTI)
Paper:  Recollections white, bitty dot basics 2008 (PTI)
Ink:  Versafine onyx black, spun sugar, picked raspberry
Accessories:  Enclosed:  butterfly die, scallop border punch, sequins



Michele (mitchygitchygoomy) said...

Love it, Lisa! A phenomenal case; I can see the bold beauty that drew you to this. Yes indeed, very lovely and very Parisienne.

Gerrina said...

That ombre-pink looks so great and jet subtile...a beautiful card! (And one that I would dare to sent to a guy even with the pink on it...) Hugs, Gerrina


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