Tuesday, March 24, 2015

A bright butterlfy

My second post of the day, well I am really free and bored so sat down to make a card, it is inspired by a couple of challenges.
I chose a white base, and then I adhered a pattern paper panel, and added a vellum butterfly, and then I used a vanilla card stock to die cut another butterfly, I lightly sponge the butterfly using a yellow pigment ink, and decided not to remove the die cut pieces, as the butterfly looks gorgeous with the pattern intact. I had stamped some french knot roses on the butterfly, and then added few rhine stones, and added it using a foam adhesive. The sentiment is stamped from Mama Elephant - water blooms.

Linking this card with:

CAS on Sunday
I am going with the sketch as it is without any rotation or variation.

Curtain Call
I was inspired by the soft colors of the jelly beans here.

Uniko Studio
I am going with anything goes, maybe will join again with the sketch.

Anything Goes!

The Pink Elephant
The bright yellow butterfly and soft colors have surely inspired me.

Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!


  1. This is so pretty. I love the bright butterfly & how the detail is embossed. The graphic strip of DP down the side adds the perfect amount of interest to the card and the pastel colours compliment the bright butterfly perfectly. Thanks for linking up at Uniko Studio :) Hugs Bev x

  2. What a marvelous take on all the challenges, Rahmat! The pastel panel is lovely, and the butterfly...well, you know I'm swooning over that! Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing your oh-so-pretty card in The Pink Elephant gallery!
    Hugs~c (TPE Guest Designer)

  3. That panel is beautiful. Love your card. Thanks for playing along Curtain Call Challenge :)

  4. Wow love the panel and that gorgeous butterfly. Thanks for joining us over at CAS on sunday.