Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Blue and white butterfly trail

I'm not sure how I feel about card designs that don't have a centre focal point, but every now and then I seem to end up with one that I just can't NOT make if you know what I mean. Here some faux stitching along the edge is all that holds the two focal points in this card design together.

I placed a lace butterfly on top of a dotted foam butterfly and embellished it with a sticky back jewel and a trail of sequins resembling rain drops which are going to fall on the flowers.

Above the sentiment ribbon - which I colored in from the reverse with a blue Copic marker - is a foam flower with a sequin flower on top, and two fabric flowers with beads in the centre.

At Joan's Gardens Ch. #11-4-13


Shelia said...

Love that butterfly!! Great design. Thanks for joining the DRS Designs' challenge this week!

Pam said...

Darling monochromatic look! Thanks for joining us at DRS Designs.

Pssequimages said...

Love the way the stitched border pulls this one together, and how clever to use the trail of drops to guide the butterfly! I like this card a lot.

Jennifer E. said...

Darling card! Good Luck in the challenge at DRS Designs!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Very pretty! Great shades of blue! Thanks for joining us over at 3 Girl Jam Challenges! DT Member Carri~Abusybee

Julie Odil said...

I do know what you mean about wanting things to be centered, but this is wonderful! I love that butterfly!
Thanks for entering the 3 Girl Jam challenge!
- Julie O, 3GJ DT member

jessica said...

what a beautiful card! Love the color and the sweet butterfly!
Thanks for sharing and linking this up over at the 3GJ challenge blog for our April Showers w/Ribbon Challenge :) We have a new challenge starting tomorrow so hope to see you play along again!