Here's today's card -
Coconut White Card with the Creative Expressions Tulip Twist Embossing Folder. I edged it with Clear Perfect Medium using a Perfect Medium Pen and my Tim Holtz Ruler. I added CS Silverlight Brilliant Sparkle Embossing Powder and heat set. I matted onto Pale Grey Card and then Coconut White Card.
I popped 3 drops of Rich Crimson and 3 drops of Blue Violet CS Intense Pigment Stain into 2 separate mister bottles with some water and mixed. I misted both colours onto a piece of Watercolour Card and blotted off using another piece of Watercolour Card (I used the latter on another project).
I cut Sue's Stained Glass Butterfly Die out of Silver Mirror Card and matted onto a piece of my spritzed background using Quickie Glue. I added some 3mm White Pearls and matted onto Pale Grey Card.
Sue's Lace Butterfly Die twice - once out of Silver Mirror Card and once out of my spritzed background. I shaped them and glued them together just at the body.
Sue's Birthday Wishes Die out of Silver Mirror Card.
8mm White Pearl to each corner.
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Beautiful card x xhazelReplyDelete
Thoroughly gorgeous card. Love the colours!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card., love the simple clear lines.
Marion S x
A very effective simple way to use the stained glass window die Lovely colours I must get my misters out againReplyDelete
Beautiful card, love the butterfly and the colours are so pretty.
Thanks for sharing,
A beautiful card, am loving the stained glass die samples.
Lovely card, Julia.ReplyDelete
Very pretty card. Great look with the ink stain mist and then blotted. Thanks for the visual and technique. I will definitely give this technique a try.ReplyDelete
What an elegant card - love the touches of colour. Thank you, Julia.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love your creations with these stained glass die and the butterfly, just up my street...the background is so beautiful...thank you Julia...luv Ursula xxReplyDelete
A truly beautiful creation JuliaReplyDelete
Aww WOW! Beautiful work Julia.ReplyDelete
Elaine H x
Another beautiful card. Thank you for sharing another way to use Sue’s Stained Glass Butterfly Die. Your step by step tutorial makes so easy to understand how you’ve created this card.
Beautiful Card. Such a pretty background and lovely dies. I saw the demo of this technique and the one with using the tube from your misters which was great, it makes sense to me now, lol. Thanks for sharing.
The Gallery pictures are great and a big thank you to the crafters who allowed us to see their makes.
Lovely card JuliaReplyDelete
Hi Julia such a pretty card I love the soft colours of the pigment stains on the backgroundReplyDelete
Hello Julia, beautiful card this morning. I always enjoy reading how you create your back grounds. Watch your shows again on hochanda and enjoyed them...WendyReplyDelete
Julia i absolutely love this card, those colours with that die are just so pretty.ReplyDelete
I really love this.
Lovely card - a different perspective on the stained Glass theme. Thank you for that.
Ooh that butterfly!
Love Myra x
Hello Julia, a beautiful card, love the versatility of these stained glass window dies. The butterfly die is gorgeous too, and the way you have switched the coloured pieces with the silver around is very effective. Take care. BxReplyDelete
Really like this die- tempted to buy it! Lovely card.ReplyDelete