Saturday, 18 April 2015

Saturday Slot

Do you ever have an idea rolling around in your head, but struggle to tie yourself down to create it? Well the sketch from Happy Little Stampers has been drifting on the back burner for a while so when I saw that it would be possible to combine it with a couple of other challenges the time to sit down and get on with it had come.

These are the challenges I'm entering my card into:
Happy Little Stampers sketch, Uniko Studio Things with Wings and Time Out inspired by words - 'You can't make a Rainbow without a little Rain'.

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I started by stamping a panel of rainbow coloured flowers and matting it onto plain white card.


The butterfly was stamped onto vellum, heat embossed in white and hand cut before adding three colours to the reverse side. Love how the colours shine through the vellum.


The sentiment was die cut and stamped onto a banner and popped under the butterfly which is mounted onto foam pads. Finally a trio of different coloured pearls was added and I was done.

Supplies:
Stamps: Uniko Studio, English Country Garden Butterflies & Background Builders Flower Power; LOTV, April Showers
Inks: SU, real red, tangerine tango, daffodil delight, wild wasabi, marina mist, rich razzleberry, wisteria wonder; Memento, tuxedo black; Versamark
Colours: Promarkers, violet, purple; Flexmarker, shocking pink
Embossing: Stampendous, opaque white
Die: Clearly Besotted, Tag Along
Embellishments: Doodlebug mini pearls, Spring asst.

A great peace has now descended on my mind - well at least until the next time!

Thanks for looking today. Hope your weekend is going well, I'm dog sitting the gorgeous Murray tomorrow - looking forward to that.

And keep crafting! 

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13 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous Jane, love the floral rainbow pattern and great use of your Uniko stamps.
    Thanks for joining the Uniko challenge and it could also work at Less is More this week as the challenge is 'up in the air'
    Worked for you this week! Have a fun weekend. Sarah x

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  2. I absolutely love this Jane. What a clever way to use the Uniko background stamp. Fab CAS design. Thanks for joining UNiko and TO

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  3. Awesome design. Love the rows of pretty flowers in the rainbow of colours. Your vellum embossed butterfly is so pretty! Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers.

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  4. Oh I love your rainbow stamping! Fabulous! Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!

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  5. Love the rainbow of flowers and the lovely vellum butterfly! Fabulous CAS card:) Thanks for playing along with us at Uniko and TO!

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  6. wow, this is stunning! I love the rainbow stamping. Such a great use of those flowers! Beautiful butterfly too! Thanks so much for playing at Happy Little Stampers xx

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  7. Well done getting that design in your head down onto cardstock!! I had to create a card the other day because the design wouldn't leave me alone! This is stunning and love the way you did the butterfly. And such pretty stamps for your rainbow too. Gorgeous card and I'm so glad you joined us at TIME OUT!!

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  8. I love the pretty rainbow of flowers and the lovely delicate vellum butterfly. Super sentiment too. Thanks so much for playing along with Uniko Studio this month!

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  9. I have this problem ALL the time Jane! But WOW, what a CAS beauty. Love the rainbow of flowers and the delicate butterfly addition is beautiful. Thanks so much for linking up at Uniko Studio and also for taking the TIME OUT and joining in on the challenge. Hugs Bev x

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  10. Those rainbow-colored flowers are so pretty! Super sweet and pretty CAS card. Thanks for playing with us at TO! :o)

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  11. This pretty rainbow butterfly card is so sweet! Great way to use a "rainbow" too! Very pretty! Thanks for playing along with us over at Time Out!
    Take Care,
    Michele, GDT

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  12. That happens to me a lot Jane and then sometimes what I end up with is nothing like I imagined! I love the way you've managed to combine all three challenges and create such a gorgeous card. Stef x

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