Friday, June 26, 2009

Butterfly card for Kathy

Hi Stampers! I hope you all had a great week and are getting ready to have a nice relaxful weekend. Tonight I'm sharing with you a card I made on Wednesday for a customer. She just loved it! I hope you do, too!!

Tis card was pretty simple and a fun card to do! I used the Big Shot butterfly & top note die. I used the verse from SU's "flight of the butterfly" stamp set.

The butterfly & background is made from the Parisian DSP. I just love that paper!! Beautiful!!! The topnote used Whisper White cardstock. The ribbon is also from SU.

Thank you all for stopping in and please be sure to jot down a comment & let me know what you think of this card. I appreciate you taking the time to stop in!!
Take Care & Happy Stamping!!

Stampin hugs,


Jimmie said...

Absolutely gorgeous. I'm a sucker for butterflies anyway - more like an attraction. One question, the blue underneath the butterfly, did you draw with a white ink pen or is that just layered?

Cheryl said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous card Ret! I so loved that cardstock and will be very sorry to see it leave. I am well supplied with it ;0)

Beth said...

Wow Ret this just knocked my socks off what a beautiful card I miss when you are not around but than when you do get back what a treat you give us all.

Barb Hardeman said...

Ret! This is such a beautiful card, not that I'm surprised though. I love the soft look of the card and the butterfly is just stunning. Beautifully done...

Ret said...

Hi, thanks to all of you for you kind comments. I really appreciate them!

Jimmie, to answer your question, I drew the white line around the butterfly with a white gel pen. Gives off a layered effect.
I hope this helps you.

Nicole Tugrul said...

Amazing card! I think I'm going to have to case this one!!!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Ret, this is just gorgeous!! Really love your pretty butterfly!! :)

Back Porch Stamper said...

Such a gorgeous card! One of my favorite papers, too! TFS

Back Porch Stamper said...

Great card, Ret! The Parisian Breeze is one of my favorites,too. TFS