Thursday, June 18, 2015

The Card Concept #37 - The Butterfly Effect

Hi Everyone! The challenge at The Card Concept is to use this beautiful photo of butterflies as your inspiration.



I started looking through some of my older stamp sets and realized that I have a lot of wonderful sets that weren't getting any love.  So I went with this retired SU set called Shapes & Shadows. Do you remember it?  I've always thought those little butterflies were so cute!




I stamped up the right side of the card in a rainbow of colors and added the sentiment. That's what makes a Clean & Simple card. Right?

I've loved seeing everyone's creations so far and can't wait to see more in the coming week.  Thanks for stopping by!!


SUPPLIES:
Stamps: Shapes & Shadows (SU retired), Think Big Favorites #22 (PTI)
Paper: Neenah Solar White, Hawaiian Shores (PTI)
Ink: (Starting from the top) Winter Wisteria, Spring Moss, Simply Chartreuse, Aqua Mist, Hawaiian Shores, Lemon Tart, Summer Sunrise, Sweet Blush, Pure Poppy, Tropical Teal (PTI); Versafine Onyx Black
Other: dimensionals


Edited 6/24:   Yippee!!! My card was chosen as one of the winners for this challenge!



4 comments:

The Apple Crate said...

I LOVE your layout! Those butterflies look so fresh and fun in the rainbow colors!

Geri said...

Stunning simplicity and perfectly balanced design! Love the ink colors that you chose and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE all the glorious white space! Awesome sentiment too. Thanks so much for sharing your card with us at the Card Concept Challenge :)

Jen W. said...

Saw this over at the Card Concept and I love it! It's inspired me to go and dig out this old SU set. :)

Hello From Texas said...

First, congratulations on becoming a design team member.

I saw your card and remembered that set. It took me a bit of time but I found it and have it out on my craft table to use. I've been away from my craft room for some time and went looking for some inspiration this evening and you have certainly inspired me. Thank you.
Carole

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