Monday, 14 March 2016

Bellina Butterfly Collage.


Good morning friends, followers and visitors..

Sharing my DT card today for  Poppystamps Blog. http://poppystamps.typepad.com/ 


On today`s card I have used this Poppystamp die "Bellina Butterfly Collage"  this cut`s  out of the card and leaves the negative behind, top layer in cream card adhered to white card,  at the same time I cut a circle to stamp through, with Open Studio Circle layers.

I first cut out in card for a mask, which I could add ink colours and shading through to my main white card, below! 





I used distress inks in orange shades, dark at the centre butterflies, going lighter towards the edge.


Main card piece, I then adhered over these shaded butterflies. 
Close up of these butterflies, I decided it needed something to emphasis the cut out, used a black pen to make random dots. 



Next I stamped this beautiful Memory Box Sentiment in black ink,through the circle cutout, then I   cut a scalloped circle with "Stitched Scallop Circles" had to remove the centre cut out next as the die is to large to use together. Adhered this on the card.
Two Hampstead Corners to finish,  double cut the flowers to layer in up, orange and white.
Embossing folder from my stash for the background. Crafters Companion  Texture.
Glitter and black beads to finish.


Thank you for stopping by today.. Pam x.




Items used.
Poppystamps. Bellian Butterfly Collage.
Hampstead Corner.                               here
Memory box . Open Studio. Stitched Circles. 
Stitched Scallop Circles.                             here
Memory Box "Kindness of people stamp.
Crafters Companion "Texture" embossing folder.
Distress inks.                                                 here 






37 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

Oh Pam aNOTHER'die on my wish list...it's getting longer and this card result is stunning.xx

Doreen said...

This is gorgeous,love the design.xxx

Wendy L said...

This is so beautiful, xxx

Sandma's Handmade Cards said...

This is beautiful Pam. I love the way that you've shaded the butterflies through the die, it looks really effective. All the elements just come together perfectly. X

Monika Weclewska said...

Beautiful card Pam, so elegant. Love it X

Deb Bradley said...

Stunning card with a fabulous technique love it Debbs xx

Denise Fletcher said...

Another lovely card, Pam x

Olga Direktorenko said...

So beautiful, elegant and charming! Love it!

my craft cupboard said...

Stunning card Pam, I adore the colours and I love the butterfly technique.
A fantastic idea.
Enjoy your Monday.
hugs
sharon :)

hazel c UK said...

Love this card anything with butterflies is sure to be a favourite with me. I really must try this method of joking thru the die. So many ideas to play with.

Have a good week.
Hazel c uk

bolletjelucky.blogspot.com said...

What a stunning card Pam. Love what you did with the butterflies, beautiful shading. Thanks for your explanation.
Greetings Miranda

cuilliesocks said...

Hello Pam, just gorgeous, love the colours you've chosen and the butterflies are just so pretty, wonderful design, love it all, Kate x

Linda Simpson said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Loving the design and butterflies.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow Pam. Not only is this gorgeous, but it must have been pretty darned tricky to line up those butterflies like that! Amazing! hugs :)

Loz said...

This is Stunning Pam..Loz

Crafty Moone Cards said...

Gorgeous card Pam.x

Patricia Howarth said...

Ohhhhhh, Pam, this is absolutely beautiful, the technique is fabulous and the colours are gorgeous, I love it !!
The little pen dots must have taken you ages to do, but so, so, effective.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Pam this is a stunning card those butterflies are beautiful. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Deborah Artliff said...

Absolutely beautiful Pam and I like the colours and the design is gorgeous.
Debs xxx
{Debs Cards}

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Pam. Sorry for not commenting lately, such a lovely selection of cards I have missed. All so beautiful, and I love the butterflies on today's card.
Hugs xx

Sherri said...

This is gorgeous! Love the way you sponged the background & adding all those pen dots just made it spectacular!

accessolace said...

Oh...wow...it is too beautiful beyond words!!!

Elborgi said...

gorgeous card! I love the butterflys!
elma

Jenny L said...

Hi Pam,
another stunning card, and such a very super design as always.
Love those fab butterflies, and the gorgeous colour behind them,and the wonderful flower corners also.
You are a very talented lady.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Maria Illsley said...

Hi Pam
The butterflies are lovely the spring colours you have used really make them pop xx

Donna said...

Beautiful. You really did this die set justice, Pam :)

Lynn Dalby said...

Lovely Card, I really like the simplicity and the colour scheme.

Sandy said...

Pam your card is out of this world gorgeous - I love the colors - and you have so many wonderful ideas plus the fact you are so dang good!!!!! Thanks for telling us how you did it too!
sandy xx

Babs said...

Absolutely stunning, I just love the butterfly die, you have made it look so elegant,the colour is so lush, I think this die will be going on my birthday wish list..
Hugs Babs x

Leslie Miller said...

It's always so lovely to see the details in your cards. Love the dotted edges you added to the butterflies and the layered flowers in the corners. Inspiring!

Beth Norman said...

Thank you for showing us how you created your beautiful card. I never think to use the negative space. You showed me how well it can be done. Beautifully done.

Maureen Reiss said...

Sooo Pretty!!

Donna Ellis said...

Oooh! Incredible card design, Pam! Beautiful card! XO

lydia jordan said...

Morning Pam,
A gorgeous card, love the butterflies.
Lydia
X

Stamps and Paper said...

Love the design of your beautiful card Pam

Anne

Lea Brawn said...

A very delicate card. Beautiful work Pam x

Olga Direktorenko said...

Brilliant as always Pam! I would like to ask a question - how do you create this tiny brown neat border around the panel?

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