The other day I made a die-cut card where I used the negative of a butterfly cut and added smaller butterflies over it. I used the wonderful sketch from Clean & Simple #274. I really like how the card came out and it seemed to have been quite popular so I decided to make the ladies birthday cards for February (at church) with the same layout. I realised that I'm going to be sitting with a lot of off-cut butterflies so decided to use the off-cuts on another card (for the anniversaries). And here's how it came out:
1. The original negative and positive die-cut butterflies
Sentiment from Unity's "Everything Wonderful"
All papers were from the same paperpack, Prima "Meadow Lark". Doing this technique works best with co-ordinated papers.
It's Moving Along With The Times' new challenge and it's something FEMININE. For young or old ladies and any occasion, not just birthdays (although those are popular of course :D). I thought I'd make an inspirational card:
Apologies to my team for the late post of the card for DS4J's GLITTER & SPARKLE challenge! I was a bit sick and then we had a major power outage (almost 24hours)!
So quickly without further ado:
This was a bit tricky to photograph since the sentiment die-cut is INSIDE the card and I cut the front through the DP and cardbase.
Here's the sentiment if you would like to use it - maybe even for our challenge!! That would be AWESOME!