Monday, April 30, 2012

Inspired by Nature Butterflies


This card was created for Hand Stamped Sentiments Inspiration challenge (HSS#115) found here.  The card base was made using the Square Scallop Die for the Big Shot. The Wisteria Wonder Butterflies were die cut using the Butterfly Embossilit. Pearls were added the center of the butterflies. The "grass" was stamped in Pear Pizzaz (retiring color!) using the stamp from Inspired by Nature (I'm sad this set is retiring). Wisteria Wonder Baker's Twine was tied at the bottom. The sentiment is from Sincere Salutations...another one of my favorite sets that will be retiring soon.

Thanks for looking!

7 comments:

Diane Vander Galien said...

Very Pretty!!! Love ths soft color combo and the Butterflies are perfect accents!! Great use of the scallop square die!!! Thanks for playing along with Hand Stamped Sentiments, Diane

Bada-Bing Creations said...

This is very soft and fresh, just perfect for spring! I love the simplicity of it! Thanks for playing at HSS!

Erika Clark said...

Aww, I love your delicate butterflies in the long grass! Very pretty, and the scalloped square shape makes it even more special! Thanks for playing at Hand Stamped Sentiments! Erika

Krista said...

What a super sweet card. I love your color combo and the cute little butterflies. Thank you for joining us at HSS.

Dawn Braun said...

such a fun shape and I love how you've used the grass stamp with your beautiful purple butterflies! Thanks so much for playing along this week over at Hand Stamped Sentiments! :)

ebeth9267 said...

OO this card is stunning! I am loving the soft and relaxing feel your card has. Thanks for being a part of the Spring challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments. Smiles, Elizabeth

Diane said...

Kari, I have been playing at Hand Stamped Sentiments for the past month or so and wanted to stop and let you know how much I enjoyed your card this week. So soft and sweet! Love the butterflies in the grass. I hate that this stamp is retiring. I have only been a demo for a little over a year and just haven't had enough time with it yet. :)

Diane Squires www.joyfulstampin.blogspot.com