Friday, April 11, 2014

Butterfly Wish

Hi, folks! Today I'm sharing a card I made for my youngest SIL. She had a fall and is recuperating. The card is in the mail now :)


I used some Martha Stewart butterfly stamps that I got on clearance at WalMart a while ago.  The inks are Memento Grape Jelly and Dandelion. The sentiment is CTMH and the sequins are from my stash. I'm entering these challenges:  The Card Concept - Use A Butterfly (Clean & Simple); Flat Friends Challenge #19 - Use a Sentiment; and Mema's Crafts April Challenge - Anything Goes.

11 comments:

  1. GREAT job on this card! Love the movement and the wavy sentiment! Your SIL will love this! Hope your SIL feels better soon!

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  2. I like the clean simple shapes and bold colours you've used here! So glad you joined us at the Card Concept!

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  3. Such a sweet CAS card to brighten your SIL's spirits!! Love those beautiful butterfly images, your color choices, and the curve of the sentiment!!!

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  4. A very nice clean and simple card, Sheila! I love purple and yellow together. Your SIL will adore this card.

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  5. A lovely clean and fresh card Shelia. I love the butterfly images and gorgeous colours. Thank you so much for joining us at The Card Concept.

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  6. A beautiful card with gorgeous colors. You are a master at CAS with a touch of class. Thanks for playing with us at Mema's Crafts and good luck in the draw.

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  7. Oh Sheila, this card is beautiful! I am so loving the colors you stamped with and of course I love the CAS look too! I hope your SIL is feeling better soon. Hugs

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  8. Gorgeous card and sentiment - I love CAS designs - right up my street :-) Thank you so much for joining us over at Flat Friends, hope you have a lovely week, Em xx

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  9. Beautiful CAS card! Love those butterflies! Sorry to hear about your SIL and I hope she is doing much better by now.

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