Monday, September 16, 2013

Butterfly Inspiration

Hello Everybody!

Don't you love it when you experiment and you like it?  You take that 50/50 chance.  It could turn out great....or another file for the trash bin.

Well between last night and this morning I took a chance on a technique I wanted to try.  And I think it worked.  I think ;)

Here's my card:

I used The Crafter's Workshop stencil Elevator Gate and Light Modeling Paste by Liquitex.  Here is TCW's picture of the stencil:


It's a little hard to look at but it produces beautiful results!  So I used the paste over my white card stock panel.  Then I took a flower stamp from Sparkle N Sprinkle's Stamp Set 429 Blossoms and stamped it into the bottom part of the modeling paste.  It's a crazy effect.  

I let it dry over night.  I wasn't so sure about it.  Then this morning I took a little broken china distress paint and watered it down with a water brush and painted the sky.  That seems to look pretty cool.  For the flower centers I used Close to My Heart Sunny Yellow Re-Inker which I also diluted with water.  Once those centers were painted I fell in love-or like anyways with the little scene I had created.

The butterfly die is from Cheery Lynn Designs.  Here is a side view of the card.  I think the shadow from the butterfly is cool. :)  Also, I inked the edges of the card with Dusty Concorde distress ink.  It needs just a little definition.


All of this wouldn't be possible without the wonderful inspirational photo at Inkspirational Challenges #37-photo inkspiration.  Yay! :)


Until next time my friends...what techniques are you waiting to try?

7 comments:

sandie said...

wow Katy you rocked this technique-it really does make for a stunning card! Well done for being brave and giving it a go, must feel great that you like it so much-hope we see some more like this! Thanks for joining us at ATSM

Mynnette said...

Katy, this looks amazing!!! LOVE the texture you created--and the daisy images are so fabulous with that butterfly! Thanks for joining us at Inkspirational! :)

Ruth M said...

So soft and pretty Katy and an amzing job on that technique, you should be very happy indeed how your fresh, beautiful card turned out! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Inkspirational! Ruth x

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

So beautiful!! LOVING that butterfly!!!!

Meighan Wheller said...

Wow cool technique. Love the butterfly Katy. Thanks for sharing with us at Inkspirational this week. Meighan DT

Angi Barrs said...

It's so fun to take a chance when you are crafting. Love how this turned out.

Chantal Vandenberg said...

This is stunning!