I'm sharing a late Mother's Day easel card I made for the Packhouse. Unfortunately it didn't sell but I can easily remove the sentiment and add a birthday one lol. It's the same design as the one I made for a workshop here.
The gorgeous image in the centre is from the Graphics Fairy and how I created the layers can be found in the linked post above.
I was so happy playing with the new distress oxides again when I found a way to create these beautiful delicate butterflies. I am sharing a quick post on Wednesday to show you how I made them.
The colours of the flowers in the image and the butterflies blend perfectly.
I am really going to have to check out some of my friend Jennie's tutorials on how to make beautiful handmade flowers, her's are incredible but at the moment I have lots of these bought ones I need to use up first.
I hope your week is going well. See you on Wednesday with the quick tutorial.
hugs Brenda xxx
I've never thought of using the clock die in such beautiful spring colors. This is a great card for mother's day or for the spring. It's beautiful.
Absolutely gorgeous, love the wonderful image and all beautiful embellishments.
Adorable to use the clock die with such soft colours - An amazing make Brenda!
Just beautiful xx
Stunning work...i'm sure it was just a case of to late for the date :D XXX
The focal image really is gorgeous and those butterflies are too. I love how you used the clock too, very effective! Hugs, Anne xx
What a fantastic, artwork , I just love the colours and the romantic look !!
This is beautiful, Brenda! Love that the clock frames the image. Pretty flowers and butterflies, as well.
Stunning card Brenda. The way you have created it makes is so special. The butterflies and the flowers are beautiful. Hugs Rita xxxx
I love how you've been using this clock as a frame. Another beautiful design! Hugs, Autumn
This is really beautiful Brenda, I too love how you've used the clock die cut as a frame. Sue xx
I love the way you manage to make those gorgeous pastel colours into such a great grungy style as I tend to be a bit scary of using them. It's beautiful and lush! Happy crafty week, Angela xXx
Its a gorgeous card and would be a great Birthday card for your store.
This is gorgeous Brenda. Cannot understand why it didn't sell. I love the butterflies and look forward to the tutorial.
Wow, this is stunning, Brenda!! The colors are so gorgeous!! I love the image of the bird and how you framed it with the clock!! The butterflies look amazing!! Wow!! Love this!! So, so beautiful!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)
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Beautiful Mother's Day card! You are really making some lovely artwork using those Oxides! I love the colors on this and the bird image is lovely! Your butterflies are gorgeous, and I can't wait to see how you've made them. Using the clock as a frame is genius! I had to scratch my head when you said you would change this into a birthday card since it didn't sell for Mother's Day. I forgot your Mother's Day is well before ours in the States. i'm curious when your Father's Day is?! Sending hugs!
Hard to believe this one did not sell Brenda- Gorgeously feminine and so very vintage looking! I just love it!
I love the use of that clock face as well, you really know how to showcase the dies you use!
Absolutely breathtaking Brenda! The background is wonderful with the soft colours and the lovely flourish patterns. The image is so beautiful, I just love birds and flowers, can't go wrong with that for a feminine project. Your handmade flowers turned out so amazing, wow! I miss making handmade flowers! I just adore all the detail on your butterflies, this is truly a wonderful Mother's Day project! hugs :)
This is beautiful Brenda! I also have a lot of flowers to use up!! Love how the Oxides produce such a subtle colour! Hugs, Chrisx ps guess what? I am on catch up!!!
A beautiful card and I love how you've used the clock die with pastel shades, makes a lovely focal point.
Just love this card so pretty and feminine.
I was hoping I would find the origin of that delightful sneak peek somewhere in my catching up. Lovely to see the feminine side coming out... this is gorgeous, Brenda!
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